According to Opta date, Tim Fosu-Mensah was the Premier League’s fastest player in the 2018-19 season, clocking a top speed of 35.32km per hour.
The defender spent last season on loan with Fulham before returning to United in April with a knee ligament injury.
1: Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Fulham (Manchester United) | Top speed: 35.32 km/h
2: Kyle Walker, Manchester City | Top speed: 35.27 km/h
3: Ruben Vinagre, Wolverhampton Wanderers | Top speed: 35.20 km/h
4: Leroy Sane, Manchester City | Top speed: 35.18 km/h
5: DeAndre Yedlin, Newcastle United | Top speed: 35.17 km/h
6: Gerard Deulofeu, Watford | Top speed: 35.13 km/h
7: Felipe Anderson, West Ham United | Top speed: 35.11 km/h
8: Divock Origi, Liverpool | Top speed: 35.04 km/h
9: Sergio Rico, Fulham | Top speed: 35.01 km/h
10: Patrick van Aanholt, Crystal Palace | Top speed: 34 km/h
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