Although the PFA Player of the Year Award won’t be officially announced until Sunday night, The Sun newspaper is reporting that Gareth Bale has won the award and has achieved the honor of winning it for the second time alongside other two-time winners Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo.
If Bale will be announced as the winner, the Welsh midfielder/forward will have beaten fellow nominees Robin van Persie, Juan Mata, Eden Hazard, Michael Carrick and Luis Suarez.
The winners are selected by fellow professional footballers from across the English leagues.
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Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Gareth Bale is PFA Player of the Year for 2012-13 — The Sun
- Sir Alex Ferguson suggests Robert Lewandowski move a possibility — The Guardian
- Harry Redknapp says wage inequality has ruined QPR’s team spirit — The Guardian
- Man United would have won the league without Robin van Persie says Wenger — Telegraph
- Ferguson will look to emulate Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund says Gary Neville — The Mail
- 5 players Southampton must sign to chase European football — Sabotage Times
- PSG are trying to get Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal this summer — 101 Great Goals
- Newcastle fans have every right to boo, says anxious Alan Pardew — The Guardian
- Chelsea TV labels Frank Lampard a “former Chelsea player” — Off The Post
- Maynor Figueroa could be out for the rest of the season after he suffered injury — Sky Sports
- Paolo Di Canio promises to take the plunge if Sunderland reach safety — The Guardian
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