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Jan Kirchhoff, Fernando Forestieri, JJ Hooper and Danny Hylton have been named the PFA Fans Players of the Month for April. Sunderland boosted their survival hopes in April, earning six points from their five matches, and Kirchhoff was a key part of Sam Allardyces side.The 25-year-old, who moved to the Stadium of Light in January from Bayern Munich, played 420 minutes out of a possible 450 in the holding midfield role as Sunderland kept three clean sheets. Pick your team Aguero? Ozil? De Bruyne? Pick your Fantasy Six-a-Side team for the chance to win £10,000 Kirchhoff has helped relegation-threatened Sunderland to six points in April Kirchhoff saw off competition from Newcastle winger Andros Townsend and Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge to win the award.In the Championship, Sheffield Wednesday forward Forestieri has won the award for the third time this season.The 26-year-old scored two goals and created an assist in April as Carlos Carvalhals side secured the final play-off spot in the Championship. Fernando Forestieri has won the PFA Fans Player of the Month award for the third time Forestieri saw off competition from Leeds United striker Chris Wood and Rotherham defender Greg Halford.Port Vales Hooper topped the poll for the League One award ahead of last months winner Will Grigg and Millwall forward Steve Morison. Watch JJ Hooper score for Port Vale in their 4-1 thrashing of Rochdale in League One last month The 22-year-old forward scored three goals as Port Vale collected nine points from a possible 15 in April.Finally, the League Two award went to Oxford United striker Hylton, who claimed more votes than Bristol Rovers striker Matt Taylor and Accrington Stanleys Tariqe Fosu.Every month throughout the English football season, fans will have the opportunity to vote on for who they think has been the best player in the Premier League, Sky Bet Championship and Leagues One and Two after Sky Sports teamed up with the PFA to be the digital platform for the Awards. Oxford United striker Danny Hylton picked up the League Two award Before the vote opens each month, an expert panel produce a shortlist of contenders. Fans are then able to vote for the player they think deserves the award.The panel includes Sky Sports football pundits Paul Merson, Ian Holloway and Peter Beagrie.That trio are then joined by Mike Riley, general manager of Professional Game Match Officials, and Malcolm Clarke, chairman of the Football Supporters Federation, as well as the winning fan from each month.The winning fans who will take their places on next months shortlisting panel and make the awards to players will be announced in due course.PFA Fans Player of the Month awards for MarchPremier League: Jan Kirchhoff (Sunderland)Championship: Fernando Forestieri (Sheffield Wednesday)League One: JJ Hooper (Port Vale)League Two: Danny Hylton (Oxford United) Also See: Past results Meet the panel PFA Fans PotM news Live on Sky With the European transfer window opening up again on January 1, takes a daily look around the soccer world at the latest rumours and reports heading into what is sure to be another busy period of transactions. Dutch Devil? Manchester United has been attached to Netherlands international midfielder Wesley Sneijder for the better part of the last decade, but The Daily Mail reports that the 30-year-olds move to Old Trafford could finally be in the offing. With his Turkish side Galatasaray struggling with financial issues, Sneijder could be one of the high profile players sold by the Istanbul club as a means to shed debt. The allure of United would be obvious for Sneijder, who would be afforded the chance to again play under his former national manager in Louis van Gaal. The former Real Madrid and Inter man has been with Galatasaray since January 2013 and reports of him being unsettled in Turkey have been numerous over the past two years. United wouldnt be alone in their pursuit of the £9 million-rated Sneijder, though. Southampton, with another manager with whom Sneijder is also familiar in Ronald Koeman, are also reportedly interested in the player with an eye to solidify their run for a European place next season. In 12 league games this season, Sneijder has three goals. Galatasaray sits second in the table, one point behind leaders Besiktas. Got heem? Add Bayern Munich to the list of teams interested in Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling. The 20-year-old England internationals future has come into question as of late with the Reds yet to secure him with a long-term contract extension and reported suitors Real Madrid and Chelsea waiting in the wings. Bild (in German) reports that Pep Guardiolas side views Sterlingg as a Plan B to Borussia Dortmunds Marco Reus.dddddddddddd The German international reportedly has a £20 million release clause that Bayern intends to meet this summer, but Dortmund would be loath to deal with their German rivals, especially after losing star striker Robert Lewandowski to the Bundesliga champions on a free this past offseason and Mario Goetze the season before. Reus, himself, could refuse a move to Bayern out of loyalty to Dortmund and instead move outside of the Bundesliga with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Real Madrid having previously shown interest. With Luis Suarezs move to Barcelona, a series of injuries to Daniel Sturridge and Mario Balotellis goal-less drought, Liverpool has been, perhaps, overly reliant on Sterling to produce offence this season, something that the player might be able to use as leverage in any upcoming contract negotiations. Staying Fer Now? Fernando Torres will not be leaving Milan in January. Well, at least Rossoneri vice-president Adriano Galliani doesnt think he will be. I don’t think he will leave, even if the market is unpredictable, Galliani said. Torres has been unlucky. He has struggled with injuries and is coming from a different league. We need to be patient. Currently in the first season of a two-year loan with the 18-time Scudetto winners, the 30-year-old striker has struggled mightily since coming over from Chelsea, where he fell behind Diego Costa, Loic Remy and Didier Drogba in the forward pecking order. Torres has netted just once in 10 appearances for Milan, currently sixth in the Serie A table and 12 points adrift of leaders Juventus. There has been talk in recent days of a return to one of his former clubs in Liverpool or Atletico Madrid. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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