Mohamed Salah: 9/2
Mohamed Salah has three Premier League golden boots in five years since joining Liverpool back in 2016 and unsurprisingly he is one of the favourites again this year.
Salah shared the golden boot with Heung Min Son last season, mainly down to his electric start, where the 30-year-old scored 10 goals in his first nine league matches, including a hat-trick at Old Trafford.
The fact Salah takes penalties only increases his appeal and you can almost guarantee he will get at least five from the spot again.
Egypt failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, meaning Salah will get a winter break, a luxury not afforded to most of his rivals for the award, with the exception of Manchester City’s new man Erling Haaland.
Teemu Pukki: 8/1
Norwich City will be looking for a third promotion in as many attempts from the English Championship following their relegation from the top flight last campaign.
They have managed to keep the majority of the squad together, meaning their talismanic forward Teemu Pukki will get another go at ripping the division up.
In two seasons, Pukki has 55 goals and won the 2018-19 golden boot when he fired Norwich to the Championship title.
There is no real other stand out candidate for the award in the league this season, with Joel Piroe at Swansea the second favourite.
Ciro Immobile: 4/1
One of Europe’s most under-rated forwards, Ciro Immobile has an incredible record since joining Lazio, with the 32-year-old scoring 150 in just 208 Serie A matches.
Immobile has four Capocannoniere awards already, the most recent coming last year, outscoring Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic by three goals.
Lazio didn’t have the best of campaigns, finishing fifth; however under Mauricio Sarri they are one of the divisions most attacking sides and only Inter bettered their 77 goals last term.
Romelu Lukaku is favourite for the award, although he returns to Inter on the back of an awful season with Chelsea and there must be some question marks as to whether he can compete with Immobile.
Kylian Mbappe: 4/7
Last season Kylian Mbappe took his game to another level as Paris Saint Germain won their Ligue 1 title back in convincing fashion.
Incredibly the 23-year-old has won four consecutive Ligue 1 top scorer awards and you’d be a brave man to bet against him this time around.
At 4/7 his odds aren’t the greatest, but they are short for a reason, he is almost a shoe-in for the golden boot!