My 50 Most Naturally Talented Premier League Players- Season 2019-20 (20-11)


20- James Maddison (Leicester City)

James Maddison is an extremely talented player. He may have only had six goals and provided five assists in Premier League Season 2019/20.

19- Teemu Pukki (Norwich City)

Teemu Pukki scored 11 goals and provided three assists, despite playing for the last team on the Season 2019/20. He should be signed by a Premier League Season 2020/21 based on the quality of player that he is.

18- Nathan Ake (Bournemouth)

Nathan Ake nearly kept Bournemouth in the Premier League Season 2019/20. He has been signed by Manchester City. That clearly shows how talented a player he is!

17- Danny Ings (Southampton)

Danny Ings scored the equal second most amount of goals in the Premier League Season 2019/20. He scored 22 goals for the Season, which is impressive.

16- Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea)

Antonio Rudiger has been a quality player for Chelsea in the centre of defence. They are a better team with him in it.

15- Harry Maguire (Manchester United)

Harry Maguire leads by example; if not for him Manchester United would probably have missed the top four in Season 2019/20.

14- Willian (Chelsea)

Willian is a quality player with plenty of natural talent. He has signed a deal to join Arsenal. Hopefully, he plays every game. In the Premier League Season 2019/20 he scored nine goals and provided nine assists.

13- Kyle Walker (Manchester City)

Kyle Walker is a player that has the ability to make marauding runs forward. Manchester City are a better team with him in it.

12- Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City)

Riyad Mahrez showed that he is a quality player in the Premier League Season 2019/20. He scored 11 goals and provided 14 assists!

11- Marcos Alonso (Chelsea)

Marcos Alonso deserves to play every game in Premier League Season 2019/20. In the Premier League Season 2019/20 he had limited game time, yet scored four goals and provided four assists!

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