Mohamed Salah, Manet and Moses among the contenders for the title of Footballer of the Year in Africa
Became known names of 30 players who claim the title of the Best African football player of the year.
A list of players was announced, which will compete for the Best Player of the Year award in Africa.

23 of 30 nominees perform in European championships, but among them there was no place for the current holder of the Riyadh Marez award.

All applicants: Vincent Abubakar (Cameroon, Porto), Karim El Ahmadi (Morocco, Feyenoord), Christian Atsu (Ghana, Newcastle), Pierre-Emerick Obamaime (Gabon, Borussia), Erik Bayi (Côte d'Ivoire, MJ), Cedric Bacamba (Congo, Villarreal), Balde Keita (Senegal, Monaco), Christian Bassogog (Cameroon, Henan Zangye), Yves Bissuma (Mali, Lille), Khalid Butaib (Morocco, Yeni Malatiaspor), Yassin Braimi (Algeria, Porto), Essam Al-Hadari (Egypt, Al-Tawun), Junior Kabananga (Congo, Astana), Fakson Kapubu (Zambia, Zesco), Nabi Keita (Guinea, RB Leipzig), Ali Maaolul (Tunisia, Al Ahli) (Senegal, Liverpool), Moussa Marega (Mali, Porto), Victor Moses (Nigeria, Chelsea), Ussef Msakni (Tunisia, Al-Duhail), Michael Olunga (Kenya, Girona), Fabrice Ondoa (Cameroon, Sevilla), Denis Onyango (Uganda, Mamelodi Sundowns), Thomas Partey (Ghana, Atlético), Mohamed Salah (Egypt, Liverpool), Mbwana Samata (Tanzania, Genk), Jean-Michel Seri (Côte d'Ivoire, Nice), Percy Tau South Africa, Mamelodi Sundowns), Bertrand Traore (Burkina Faso, Lyon), William Troost-Ekong (Nigeria, Bursaspor).

The winner will be announced on January 4 by voting results of coaches and technical directors of national teams, members of the Committee for Technology and Development of the Confederation of African Football, and a number of media representatives.

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