There’s likely to be plenty of changes from the 2012/13 team.
As the season draws to a close it’s getting towards the PFA Team of the Year announcement and this term it could be really close to decide who gets in.
A lot has changed in the last 12 months; Jose Mourinho has returned as Chelsea manager, Manchester United have had their worst campaign to date and are not even close to defending their Premier League title and Liverpool could win the championship for the first time since 1990.
This transition makes us feel that the Team of the Year is going to look a lot different to that of the 2012/13 campaign – which for those of you interested is in full below:
We expect there to be wholesale changes from this starting XI, not least because the Red Devils quartet (barring David de Gea) have all been relatively poor and Juan Mata is now struggling at Old Trafford himself.
As for the Tottenham Hotspur duo, Gareth Bale has since become the most expensive player of all time and left for Real Madrid, whilst Jan Vertonghen has been in and out of a Spurs side that has been leaky at the back.
So read on for the 2013/14 PFA Team of the Year and why they have been selected.