Raheem Sterling Reveals Which Liverpool Legend Inspires Him

Raheem Sterling Reveals Which Liverpool Legend Inspires Him

Raheem Sterling Reveals Which Liverpool Legend Inspires Him

Van Dijk, who is the second consecutive Liverpool player to earn the accolade after Mohamed Salah past year, is a pivotal reason behind the Reds' success in both the Premier League and Champions League this season.

Liverpool's Dutch defensive colossus Virgil van Dijk will be unveiled as the 2018-19 PFA Player of the Year, according to reports in the English press.

Pogba was picked for the team, which is voted for by Premier League players, despite having an up-and-down season.

Meanwhile, Sterling is the favourite to win the Young Player of the Year award, with Silva, Marcus Rashford, Trent Alexander-Arnold, David Brooks and Declan Rice also on the shortlist.

It is Van Dijk, however, who has arguably had an even more impressive impact on Jurgen Klopp's team, not just with his own ability in defence but in how he has influenced the entire side.

Liverpool fans would have been hoping for a favour from Barnes and his Burnley teammates, who took on Manchester City on Sunday afternoon.

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Van Dijk, obviously, he's been the toughest by far.

The victor will be confirmed by the PFA on Thursday, before the awards ceremony is held in London on April 28.

"The official announcement is due on Thurs" to become the PFA Players' Player of the Year for 2019.

Sterling can consider himself pretty unlucky not to win the award after scoring 17 goals and assisting another 10 in the league this season.

For now though the night and the season belong to Van Dijk, the first defender to be named Players' Player of the Year since John Terry in 2005.

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