EA has released a shortlist of eight players who have been nominated for the award, with voting open now.
Take a look at who could receive a new SBC card in FUT 21 below.
Voting for the Premier League Player of the season closes on Thursday, 3 June, so make sure to have your say before time runs out.
With the deadline not far off, expect the winner of the award to be announced sometime next week.
Kevin De Bruyne
Despite playing just 25 matches, Kevin De Bruyne still produced the second-highest number of assists in the league with 12.
The Belgian maestro is an instrumental player in the Manchester City machine and could make it back-to-back Player of the Season awards.
Liverpool snuck into the top four on the final day of the season, but without Mohamed Salah it may have been a different story.
The Egyptian forward scored 22 goals for the Reds as they struggled for large parts of the season.
With the most goals and most assists in the Premier League this season, Harry Kane is our favourite for the award.
Despite Spurs’ struggles, Kane found the net 23 times and provided 14 assists for his teammates in an incredible season.
Tied with De Bruyne on 12 assists, Bruno Fernandes' total of 30 goal involvements this season is nothing short of sensational.
The highest-scoring midfielder in the league with 18 goals, Fernandes inspired Manchester United to a second-place finish.
Arguably the signing of the season, Ruben Dias has transformed Manchester City’s defence since his arrival from Benfica.
With a total of 15 clean sheets in the 32 matches he played, Dias has played a significant role in Ederson picking up this season’s Golden Glove award.
One of Dias’s main rivals for the signing of the season award is Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Soucek.
Soucek is one of the key factors in West Ham’s revival this season with his incredible work rate and goal-scoring ability from midfield.
Where would Aston Villa have finished if Jack Grealish had not got injured?
In just 26 games, Grealish scored six and provided ten assists as Aston Villa achieved their highest finish in the league since 2010/11.
Mason Mount’s goal involvements may not be up there with some of the other nominees, but his role in the team cannot be underestimated.
Mount’s energy and quality on the ball keep Chelsea ticking and he will be a crucial player for England this summer.