Palmer named Premier League Young Player of the Year.

Cole Palmer has been named Premier League Young Player of the Year after impressing for Chelsea. The 22-year-old has scored 22 goals and provided 10 assists in his first season at Stamford Bridge. Establishing himself as one of the most exciting young players in Europe.

Palmer’s impressive form, which includes four goals against Everton. And a hat-trick against Manchester United, has helped the Blues climb from mid-table to sixth, ahead of their final day clash with Bournemouth UFABET

He began the season at City, with Palmer opting to move to Chelsea in search of regular first-team football. And his decision has proved correct, having played 32 of the Blues’ 34 Premier League games since joining. With just 10 minutes of City’s three top-flight outings, and is now a regular in England’s Euro 2024 squad.

Palmer plays on the right wing and as a number 10. Although he has also occasionally deployed as a centre forward.

For Palmer, he beat Erling Haaland, who won the award last year. Former Manchester City team-mate Phil Foden, Manchester United midfielder Kobbie Menou, Arsenal’s William Saliba and Bukayo Saka and Tottenham’s Destiny Udogie to claim the award.

Meanwhile, Palmer is also in contention for the overall Premier League Player of the Year award which he would battle it out with similar competitors.