Premier League: Best XI with Only One Player per Team [2017/18]
11 players from 11 clubs - who makes the cut and who doesn't?
Thus ends yet another Premier League season. For many, it was quite an underwhelming one. Neither were there any final day surprises nor was there a real title race in the final months.
Manchester City had dominated the league so much that they played in second gear towards the end and still set records while Chelsea and Arsenal dropped to the Europa League in what was a tough fight for the top four.
Just as with every season, we tried to pick the best XI. But this time we added a twist. Only one player per club could be selected. So who makes the cut?
David de Gea won the Golden Glove this season with 18 clean sheets but, unfortunately, he doesn't make our lineup. Sadly, since only one player per club makes the squad, another Manchester United player makes the cut.
In his place, though, is another capable goalkeeper who could be going to the FIFA World Cup in Russia next month. Jack Butland may have been relegated with Stoke City, but he was one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League this season.
No goalkeeper made more saves than the 25-year-old - 144 saves! Amidst the ruins of the Potters' poor season, Butland stood tall and kept them in the contest in many games this season.