4- Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)
Despite finishing second in the league, it is unlikely that Manuel Pellegrini’s men will reflect upon this campaign with much fondness. The only aspect of their season that may bring a smile to their faces will be the continued from of Sergio Aguero. The Argentinian claimed the golden boot this year, having found the back of the net 26 times. If there is one player that the Citizens would like to keep this summer, there is little question that the 27-year-old would be that man.
3- John Terry (Chelsea)
With Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, and Rio Ferdinand all calling time on their Premier League careers this summer, you would be forgiven for thinking that the 34-year-old would be the next of England’s supposed golden generation to consider enjoying the twilight of their career in the football retirement homes of MLS or the Middle East. However, his efforts this season have been as crucial to Chelsea’s title victory as they were when they won the Premier League for the first time a decade ago. Age appears to have done little to his game, so he could still have a couple of years left at the heart of the Blues’ defence.