The nominations were announced at San Siro in Milan with the winners revealed at the Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony, also in Milan, on Monday, September 23.
Guardiola is probably the favorite to take home this award, such was City's dominance in England, but Klopp will push him all the way after delivering a sixth Champions League title for Liverpool. The Liverpool defender remains in a strong position to contest against Ronaldo, who scored 28 goals last season and helped Juventus win Serie A, as well as Barcelona's Messi, who netted 51 times in all competitions and won La Liga. He guided the Lionesses to the semi-finals of this summer's World Cup, but saw his side beaten in France by eventual winners USA. She's up against England's Phil Neville and Sarina Wiegman of the Netherlands.
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The Netherlands Oranje fans have been nominated for their support of their nation at the FIFA Women's World Cup, while Justo Sánchez, a Uruguayan father who does not miss a single game of his team's rival in memory of his deceased son, completes the top three.
Alisson had the edge on his City counterpart in terms of Premier League clean sheets last season, with 21 to his Brazil team-mate's 20, earning the Liverpool man the Golden Glove.
His challengers are Juan Fernando Quintero of River Plate for his long-range free-kick against Racing Club in February and 18-year-old Daniel Zsori for a stunning overhead kick for Debrecen against Ferencvaros in February. The three goalkeepers who reached the podium are: Christiane Endler (PSG), Hedvig Lindahl (Kristianstads DFF) and Sari van Veenendaal (Atlético de Madrid).