6) Ederson Santana de Moraes
Ederson started his career at the Brazilian club São Paulo and then joined Manchester City in 2017 for a 35 million Euro fee. He won the golden glove in the 2019-20 and the 2020-2021 seasons in the Premier League. He had a great role to play in winning the last two EPL titles for Man City. The Brazilian is a very skillful player and could surely score or assist a handful of goals if allowed to play up front.
Ederson is undoubtedly among the best goalkeepers in the world. He has good technical shot-stopping quality. Ederson has 73 clean sheets in 145 league games for The Sky Blues. He might not be the first choice goalkeeper for the Brazil national team but he is a pretty dependable goalkeeper for the English Club.
5) Thibaut Courtois
The 6’6” man always stands tall between the sticks. His huge stature gives him a dominant edge over the opponents while still allowing him to get down efficiently and fast enough to save some low-effort shots. It is a real struggle for the forwards to find a way past Courtois.
He had been so bewildering for Chelsea in his time in England but the Belgian had a rather shaky start to his career with the Los Blancos, but he did manage to revive his form after one disappointing season and helped Real Madrid win their 34th La Liga title keeping 18 clean sheets and conceding only 20 goals in the league in 2019-20 season. He has won silverware everywhere he has gone and is comfortably among the best in Spain right now.
4) Marc-André ter Stegen
Ter Stegen might be very close to dethroning Neuer as Germany’s no. 1. He is a remarkable player and is not only a fan-favorite among the Barcelona supporters but he is loved by almost every fan base in the world. Ter Stegen moved to Barcelona from Borussia Mönchengladbach for 12 million Euros in 2014.
He is very good at stretching across to stop highly powered shots that are aiming for the top corners and is also very good with the ball at his feet. The talented German rarely makes an error and has 114 clean sheets in 278 games played for the Catalunya club.
3) Alisson Becker
Alisson has been a colossus between the goalposts for Jurgen Klopp’s men. The big-money signing has lived up to his price mark in his time with The Reds. He is a ruthless shot-stopper and good passer of the ball as he knows how to calmly switch the play every once in a while when his defenders are under pressure. Liverpool owes a lot to the Brazilian in their winning campaigns for both the Champions League and the Premier League.
Alisson has played 100 matches for English champions keeping a clean sheet in 46 for them and conceding only 77 goals in the Premier League. He won 3 golden gloves in 2019 (Premier League, Champions League, and Copa America). He bolstered the Liverpool team with his arrival from Rome, winning 3 major trophies within 12 months.