Mane, Salah and Mahrez compete for the award for the best in Africa

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool – Egypt), Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City – Algeria), Sadio Mane (Liverpool – Senegal), Bertrand Traore (Aston Villa – Burkina Faso), Platé Toure (Pyramids – Burkina Faso).

Edmund Tapsoba (Bayer Leverkusen – Burkina Faso), Andre Frank Zambo Anguissa (Naples – Cameroon), Karl Toko Ekambi (Lyon – Cameroon), Ali Maaloul (Al-Ahly – Tunisia).

Vincent Aboubacar (Al-Nasr – Cameroon), Youssef Mchangamma (Gangamp – Cameroon), Frank Casey (Milan – Côte d’Ivoire), Sebastien Haller (Ajax Amsterdam – Côte d’Ivoire).

And Mohamed Abdel Moneim (Al-Ahly – Egypt), Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal – Egypt), Mohamed El-Shennawy (Al-Ahly – Egypt), Musa Barrow (Bologna – Gambia), Naby Keita (Liverpool – Guinea), Namplis Mendy (Leicester City – Senegal).

Aliou Diang (Al-Ahly – Mali), Hamari Traore (Rennes – Mali), Yves Bissoma (Tottenham – Mali), Ashraf Hakimi (Paris Saint-Germain – Morocco), Sofiane Boufal (Angers – Morocco), Yahya Jebran (Wydad – Morocco).

Yacine Bono (Seville – Morocco), Moses Simon (Nantes – Nigeria), Edward Mendy (Chelsea – Senegal), Kalidou Koulibaly (Naples – Senegal), Salio Cisse (Nancy – Senegal).

The award ceremony will be held on the 21st of this month in Morocco on the sidelines of the Women’s African Nations final, after a break during the previous two years due to the circumstances of the spread of the Corona virus.

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