1. Bruno Fernandes- The indispensable Portuguese playmaker changed the fortunes of Manchester United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after his arrival from Sporting Lisbon. Fernandes demands nothing but the best from himself. He has 87 chances created from his fine display more than Grealish and De Bruyne.
2. Jack Grealish- Aston Villa's homegrown talisman seems to get better and has stepped things up a level once again in 2020-21 campaign, administering 75 chances with the likes of Watkins and Barkley finishing from his fine chances he creates.
3. Kevin De Bruyne- The all time Manchester City midfielder has registered tremendous progress in the premier league with 73 chances created, he has been a standout for the champions-elect.
4. Mason Mount- He has 73 chances created this season. He is a midfielder- left central at Chelsea. One of the Mount's greatest strengths is his versatility, the ability to alot into various roles depending on what the manager wants from him in any particular game.
5. Pedro Neto- The Portuguese winger plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers. He has 61 chances created this season. He is one of the most exciting young prospects in English football. Neto along with Bruno Fernandes are the latest Luso talent to attempt building on the imprint left on the Premier League by Christiano Ronaldo during his spell with Manchester United.
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