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Tom Cairney of Fulham makes a major assertion on Cole Palmer of Blues this season.



The 22-year-old forward came to the Blues from Manchester City in a £40 million trade last summer (Sky Sports). Surprisingly, less than a year later, that seems like a great deal.

Palmer has made 44 appearances for Chelsea in all competitions, with 14 assists and 25 goals.

Tom Cairney, a midfielder for Fulham, boldly declared that Cole Palmer of Chelsea has been the finest player in the Premier League so far this year. Considering the caliber of quality in the division this year, particularly at title rivals Man City and Arsenal, it’s a great praise.

Despite his enormous influence at Stamford Bridge, he continues to select him as his Premier League Player of the Season.

Palmer, I’m giving it a go. Palmer is, in my opinion, both Player of the Season and Signing of the Season, Cairney stated on the BBC podcast The Players Channel.

“After being acquired for £40 million, he has essentially carried the team on his back. He refused to give the ball to anyone, even during those major penalties early in the season.

He has been the main man. I think he’s done more spectacular things than anyone else while wearing a Chelsea shirt.

Will the Chelsea star get an individual award?
Palmer has strong competition to win Premier League Player of the Season, but he made the eight-man shortlist.

The eight candidates are listed below:

Philadelphia’s Phil Foden
Haaland Erling (Man City)
Newcastle United’s Alexander Isak
Chelsea native Cole Palmer
Alan Odegaard (Martin)
Aaron Rice (Declan Rice)
Dijk, Virgil (Liverpool)
Ollie Watkins from Villa Victory                                                                                                                                                      Palmer should have a good chance with his 22 league goals and 10 assists. On the last day, when they play Bournemouth at home, he hopes to add to it as well.

The Chelsea Chronicle does anticipate that the top player will narrowly lose out to Phil Foden in the voting.

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