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Karine Grigoryan

24-04-2019 | 16:59 Football

Raheem Sterling reveals who he voted for as Premier League Player of the Year

Few days ago the six man shortlist of the PFA Player of the Year nominations has been announced and it includes players like Virgil Van Dijk, Raheem Sterling, Sadio Mane, Sergio Aguero, Bernado Silva and Eden Hazard. The ceremony will take place on Sunday, April 28. Ahead of the ceremony, Raheem Sterling has revealed who he has voted for. “It’s nice to be recognised on that front but, to be honest, if we don’t win the Premier League, I don’t really want to be in contention," said Sterling. "What I want to do is win the Premier League, win the FA Cup, then think about stuff like that, even though the awards are before that. "Without that, it doesn’t mean much to me, really. I voted for Harry Kane. My vote for him is because he scores so many goals every year, he does so much for the team, gives so much for his team. "There was a lot of talk about Virgil van Dijk. I knew he would have a lot of the votes, so I looked at someone I thought being around him in the national team, how he puts in his work, his work ethic, how he looks after himself. "He’s always there, especially coming back from injury, as a professional I looked at him and that’s my reason for voting for him, seeing him on a day-to-day with the national team.”

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