5. Sergio Aguero
Aguero’s days at Manchester City looked to be numbered early on in Pep Guardiola’s tenure, but the Argentina international has demonstrated his enduring quality to climb back above Gabriel Jesus in the center-forward pecking order.
In his first season, he helped the club to secure its first-ever Premier League title by scoring a dramatic late winner in the last game of the 2011-12 season against QPR. Since then, he never looked back and now stands as the club’s greatest goalscorer ever.
The 32-year-old’s combination play and ability to press from the front have improved under Guardiola’s tutelage. The club has already announced that this is his last season with the club. Many big clubs will look to secure his signature in the summer.
4. Luis Suarez
Luis Suarez is well-known for his scoring abilities as well as for his controversies. Talking about his scoring abilities, he has been one of the best strikers in recent years. He may be entering the latter stages of his career, but Atletico Madrid’s lead marksman still has one of the sharpest tool kits in the trade. At his peak, Suarez was among the very best in the world and perhaps was even the best striker for a time.
Before Atletico and Barcelona, he was plying his trade in Premier League with Liverpool. In 2014, he was named the PFA Players’ Player of the Year and the FWA Footballer of the Year as well as winning the Premier League Golden Boot, and sharing the European Golden Shoe with Cristiano Ronaldo.
He has already scored 19 goals for the Spanish capital club in his first season with the team. He is not showing signs of slowing down just as yet.