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Man Utd's Giggs sees Liverpool threat to Player of the Year voting

Ryan Giggs doesn't believe Manchester United will dominate the PFA Player of the Year award this season.

It looked likely that a Manchester United player would scoop the prestigious prize, with Cristiano Ronaldo hoping to lift the trophy for a third successive year.

Giggs, who has never won it despite his 10 Premier League titles, and Nemanja Vidic are also among the front-runners.

However, the former Wales captain feels there are other contenders from outside Old Trafford, with Liverpool pair Steven Gerrard and Xabi Alonso sure to grab a high volume of votes.

"Gerrard and Alonso have been terrific this season," Giggs told United Review.

"Frank Lampard has had another good season as well so there are a lot of players who have done really well."

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