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GOAL brings you all this season’s leading marksmen from England’s top division – who will come out on top?
The race is once again on for a coveted Premier League Golden Boot, with established superstars being joined by big-money summer signings in a battle to be crowned the English top-flight’s leading goal scorer.
Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez, fresh from moves to Manchester City and Liverpool respectively, are among those to have added their particular skill sets to a collection of world-class forwards that already includes the likes of Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Anfield talisman Mohamed Salah.
With nets set to bulge on a regular basis throughout the 2022-23 campaign, GOAL is on hand to monitor the exploits of the most prolific marksmen around.
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Idrissa Gana Gueye says he told Paris Saint Germain there was only one club he would leave the French giants for – Everton.Play VideGetty1Erling Haaland | Manchester City | 10 goalsA move to England for Erling Haaland always felt like being a matter of time, and Manchester City won that particular transfer lottery in 2022. The prolific Norwegian could be the bargain of the season at £51 million, with his track record suggesting that he will have rival defenders running scared.Getty2Aleksandar Mitrovic | Fulham | 6 goalsFulham No.9 Aleksandar Mitrovic re-wrote Football League history books last season when hitting 43 goals. His record at the very highest level has been questioned during previous stints in the Premier League, but the Serbia international is determined to silence any doubters.Getty Images3Harry Kane | Tottenham | 5 goalsA man that already has three Golden Boots to his name, Tottenham frontman Harry Kane certainly knows his way to the back of the net. The England captain has a World Cup to think about this season, but he will not allow anything to distract him from the pursuit of more goals at club level.Getty4Ivan Toney | Brentford | 5 goalsHaving hit 33 goals when helping Brentford to promotion into the Premier League, Ivan Toney backed that return up with 14 efforts last season. The powerful Bees striker is a handful for any defender in the air and on the deck, while he is also more than useful at penalties.Getty5Rodrigo | Leeds | 4 goalsSpain international Rodrigo is yet to repay the sizeable show of faith made in him by Leeds, with only 13 goals recorded across two seasons at Elland Road. He is, however, a capable marksman and his work rate often helps others to flourish around him.Getty6Wilfried Zaha | Crystal Palace | 4 goalsWilfried Zaha remains the go-to man for Crystal Palace when they are in need of attacking inspiration. The Ivory Coast international winger is integral to the Eagles’ plans due to his creativity and ability to provide assists, but he also knows his way to the back of the net.Getty Images7Alexis Mac Allister | Brighton | 4 goalsAlexis Mac Allister is not the most talked about Premier League midfielder, but there is plenty to like about the diminutive Argentine with Scottish and Irish heritage. Technical sound with an eye for a pass, he will be key if Brighton are to build on their successful 2021-22 season this time out.8Raheem Sterling | Chelsea | 3 goalsRaheem Sterling made a brave career call when leaving Premier League champions Manchester City for Chelsea. The England international will have a leading role to play for the Blues and will want to show that remains a 20-goal frontman.
Getty9Marcus Rashford | Manchester United | 3 goalsMarcus Rashford endured a disappointing season in 2021-22, with only five goals recorded in all competitions, and he is looking to rediscover a spark. Regular outings as a central striker for Manchester United should aid that cause.
Getty10Roberto Firmino | Liverpool | 3 goalsAfter Sadio Mane’s departure in the summer of 2022, Roberto Firmino – along with Mohamed Salah – will have to shoulder the responsibility of taking Liverpool forward this season. He is accustomed to doing just that and has reached 100 goals for the Reds.
getty11Luis Diaz | Liverpool | 3 goalsIn his first full season with Liverpool, Colombian forward Luis Diaz has big shoes to fill as he will operate from the left flank which used to be Sadio Mane’s region of expertise. A bright start to life at Anfield suggests that there is more to come from the South American.
Getty12Pascal Gross | Brighton | 3 goalsGerman midfielder Pascal Gross has been a model of consistency for Brighton across his five seasons with the Seagulls. His ability has never been in question, with admiring glances attracted from afar, but he will feel that more goals can be added to his game.
Getty13Martin Odegaard | Arsenal | 3 goalsMartin Odegaard has taken on the captaincy at Arsenal in 2022-23, with a midfielder that already occupies the armband with Norway now an on-field leader for club and country. He will be looking to lead by example for the Gunners, with a goal threat posed from late runs into the box and over set-pieces.
Getty14Gabriel Martinelli | Arsenal | 3 goalsGabriel Martinelli has been patiently waiting on an opportunity to prove his worth at Arsenal after bursting onto the scene back in 2019-20. The Brazil international boasts quick feet and a keen eye for goal that should stand him in good stead now that regular game time is being enjoyed.
Getty Images15Gabriel Jesus | Arsenal | 3 goalsGabriel Jesus collected four Premier League titles across five-and-a-half years at Manchester City, with Arsenal acquiring themselves a proven winner. The Brazil international is expected to flourish when being allowed to fill a favoured No.9 role on a regular basis.
Getty Images16Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | 2 goalsLiverpool superstar Mohamed Salah secured himself a third Golden Boot last season – a second that has been shared with others – and more of the same is expected from him this term. With a new contract under his belt, the Egyptian forward appears set to remain the King of Anfield.
Getty17James Maddison | Leicester | 2 goalsJames Maddison appears to have slipped down the playmaking pecking order for England, but the Leicester talisman could still force his way into that picture before the 2022 World Cup. He remains a key man for the Foxes due to his passing ability and skill over set-pieces.
Getty18Che Adams | Southampton | 2 goalsScotland international Che Adams is yet to break into double figures across any given season as a Premier League frontman, and that is something the Southampton star will want to put right. His tireless running means he is worth much more than goals, though, to the Saints.
Getty19Bernardo Silva | Manchester City | 2 goalsPortuguese playmaker Bernardo Silva has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona, but his value to the Manchester City cause is not lost on Pep Guardiola and he continues to play a prominent role for the champions of England.
Getty20Josh Dasilva | Brentford | 2 goalsArsenal academy graduate Josh Dasilva endured an injury-ravaged 2021-22 campaign at Brentford and will be looking to make up for lost time. He showcased his full potential during a promotion-winning campaign and is now eager to make his mark on the top flight.
Getty21Ilkay Gundogan | Manchester City | 2 goalsManchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan has added a goal-scoring touch to his game over recent years, with double figures reached again across all competitions last season. Two of those efforts helped the Blues to title glory on the final day, with more heroics expected this term.
Getty22Callum Wilson | Newcastle | 2 goalsStaying fit has proved to be an issue for Newcastle striker Callum Wilson, but there is no doubting his finishing ability when fully firing. The Magpies will be desperate to see him steer clear of the treatment table this season as they look to deliver on the ambition of wealthy owners.
23Anthony Gordon | Everton | 2 goalsAnthony Gordon enjoyed a breakout 2021-22 Premier League season, providing Everton fans with some much-needed hope in an otherwise dire campaign. He will be even more vital for the Toffees this time out, and expect him to considerably improve his goal tally.
Getty Images24Fabio Carvalho | Liverpool | 2 goalsAfter impressing with Fulham in the Championship, Fabio Carvalho earned a move to Liverpool in the summer. Still in his teens, the winger is very much one for the future at Anfield, but still expect him to contribute right from the outset for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
25Julian Alvarez | Manchester City | 2 goalsErling Haaland’s transfer stole the headlines, but signing Julian Alvarez was an equally impressive move by Manchester City. Rated as one of the brightest young forwards in the world, he will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of his compatriot, City legend Sergio Aguero.
Getty26Jadon Sancho | Manchester United | 2 goalsJadon Sancho endured a difficult debut campaign at Manchester United in 2021-22, but there is no doubting his quality. If the Red Devils can get him firing, then the England international winger could prove to be a useful source of goals and assists.
Getty27Brennan Johnson | Nottingham Forest | 2 goalsThe Wales international was an important part of the Forest team that sealed promotion to the Premier League, scoring 16 times in the regular season and another two in the play-offs.
Getty28Bryan Mbeumo | Brentford | 2 goalsThe former Troyes star has been a reliable attacker for the Bees, having been a vital part of the team that won promotion to the Championship and maintaining his place in their first season in the Premier League.
Getty29Leandro Trossard | Brighton | 2 goalsBelgian forward Leandro Trossard has been a consistent performer for Brighton across his time in England. He can always be relied upon to chip in with a useful tally of goals.
Getty30Daniel Podence | Wolves | 2 goalsDaniel Podence is a regular at Wolves due to his creative qualities, with the Portuguese another impressive winger to have illuminated Molineux. He does, however, know his way to the back of the net.
Getty31Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg | Tottenham | 2 goalsPierre-Emile Hojbjerg has never managed more than four goals in a Premier League season, with his game all about winning the ball back and frustrating opponents. He is allowed to drift forward, though, by Antonio Conte.
Getty32Luis Sinisterra | Leeds | 2 goalsLeeds moved for Luis Sinisterra after seeing him register 23 goals for Feyenoord last season. The Colombian forward has a £21 million ($24m) transfer fee to live up to at Elland Road.
Getty33Yoane Wissa | Brentford | 2 goalsCongo international forwad Yoane Wissa made it to double figures in all competitions last season. He is another of those at Brentford that can provide useful assistance to top marksman Ivan Toney.