Kevin De Bruyne picks Spurs star for Young Player of the Year & it’s not Dele Alli

Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne picks Tottenham’s Davinson Sanchez

Ahead of Wednesday night’s Champions League match between Liverpool and Man City, Kevin De Bruyne has sat down with BT Sport.

De Bruyne has used the occasion to reveal his picks for the top PFA, Premier League end of season awards.

The Belgian playmaker has confirmed he’s voted for Mohamed Salah as hisPremier League 2017-18 player of the year.

To be clear, under the POTY voting rules, players are unable from voting for another on their own side.

When it came to voting for the PFA Young Player of the Year, De Bruyne went for Tottenham’s Davinson Sanchez.

For worth it’s worth, De Bruyne could have picked Dele Alli, but he chose the Colombian instead.

Man City’s favourites: Sterling, Sane & Gabriel Jesus

It’s easy to buy into the belief that the PFA Young Player of the Year 2017-18 award will head to Man City.

Man City are certain to win the Premier League this term, while Pep Guardiola could end up winning three trophies.

The Sky Blues have already won the League Cup, while they take on Liverpool in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

According to Paddy Power, Raheem Sterling is the favourite to win the Young POTY award.

Sterling, 23, has scored 15 goals and chipped in with 8 Premier League assist. He’s the 1/2 favourite to win the award.

Second favourite for the esteemed award is Man City’s German international winger Leroy Sane.

The 22-year-old flyer has nine EPL goals and 11 assists on the board this season.

Leroy Sane is priced at 13/8, while Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus is third in the ranking at 25/1.

Paddy Power: PFA Young POTY 2017-18 odds

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