The English #Premier League in review: our writers' make their choice of the best players of the season after the league came to an end on Sunday with Chelsea already crowned champions the previous week. The Premier League was very intense with their arrival of high profile coaches and players.

Premier League 2016/2017 review: Player of the Season

Chelsea FC players would certainly populate this list from our writers' because they have were spectacularly brilliant at one point or the other during the course of the 2016/2017 Premier League season.

Top 10 players emerge as most voted by our writers for #player of the season. They are:

N'Golo Kanté (Chelsea FC)

- On the off chance that he can keep Cesc Fàbregas out of the Chelsea team, he should be a decent player.

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- In the event that you could bottle the soul of Kanté and market it to football clubs it would be a blockbuster. He has a capacity to improve others around him, to makes a game plan faster to execute.

- The way he conveyed his Leicester qualities so effortlessly to Chelsea, to be transformative in a split second, merits every one of the applauses and awards he has received.

- The splendid, dedicated, modest and amiable N'Golo Kanté merits all the player-of-the-season grants right now jumbling his mantelpiece, however Christian Eriksen's should be mentioned after 13 assists and eight Premier League goals. César Azpilicueta likewise merits a mention.

N'Golo Kanté was voted by 4 writers

Eden Hazard (Chelsea FC)

- Eden was given a free-role by Antonio Conte's tactics, gave the cut and pushed without delay which motivated Chelsea to their title achievement.

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Given his works last season as he battled with a hip injury, his restoration was attractive.

- Back to his absolute best. His capacity to have the effect when it makes a difference the most stamps him out. The champions were not just "an extremely defensive team", they were likewise the most obliterating and savvy team in the last third because of his return to form. As a result, their attack was fierce.

- After last season's vacation, Eden Hazard rediscovered his magic in exciting style and found the consistency to run with his unbelievable ability. N'Golo Kanté was a commendable beneficiary of the PFA and FWA awards, however Hazard was Chelsea's match-victor on such a large number of events.

Eden Hazard was voted by 4 writers

Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City)

- Sigurdsson was straightforwardly involved in 22 of Swansea City's 43 goals. For a player to consistently make and score such a large number of goals in a team that spent nearly the whole season battling relegation is worth a mention.

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- The Iceland man specifically added to half of Swansea's Premier League goals and, essentially, without him they would have been relegated.

Gylfi Sigurdsson was voted by 2 writers

Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

He [Kane] has been the remarkable single player in the Spurs' team, though he was helped by the defensive midfielders to actualize: top scorer, group man and with simply enough comic-book star quality.

César Azpilicueta (Chelsea FC)

It presumably doesn't make a difference which Chelsea hopeful gets the vote, so in light of a legitimate concern for sharing things around I will go for César Azpilicueta. He is by all accounts ready to play in any position over the back line and his consistency and determination are unaffected.

Jordan Pickford (Sunderland FC)

Just in Sunderland's initially group since David Moyes was not able draw Joe Hart on credit to Wearside, the 23-year-old pulled off the noteworthy deed of making himself a standout amongst the most looked for after youthful goalkeepers in Europe in spite of playing in the Premier League's most exceedingly terrible team. In spite of the fact that he's inclined to the inexorably uncommon blunder, it's hard to pick gaps in any part of Pickford's play and it's no distortion to state that without him, Sunderland may well have been consigned before the locating of this present spring's initially swallow.

Diego Costa (Chelsea FC)

Diego kept Chelsea going all through the pre-winter games that successfully showed their class, at the same time remaining in character as "an angry striker". We'll miss his engaging nearness when he's no more in the Chelsea team if eventually he leaves to China.

Dele Alli (Tottenham FC)

Seventeen Premier League goals at 175 minutes for each strike for a #10 is beat class. At 21, a player with that edge every world class player have needs to show signs of improvement.

Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City FC)

While whatever remains of last season's champions lost their direction, the goalkeeper was the main Leicester player to move forward. Yes, there was that 6-1 crush by Spurs at the same time, taking a more extensive view, Schmeichel was a case to every one of us in these agitated circumstances.

Me (Ifeanyi Matthew):

I am an author also. My pick is the 'Blue Hazard' - he is a noteworthy wellspring of supply for the Chelsea team. So sad for him, he couldn't bring home any award in view of the splendor of Kante this season.

Who is your player of the season? Have your say! #Football