Premier League goalkeepers - 2023/24 power rankings

  • The best goalkeepers in the Premier League based on current form
  • Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal stoppers expected to feature prominently
  • The Premier League plays host to some of the best players in the world
Briony Painter

Revered as the best and most competitive division in the world, the Premier League, understandably, plays host to some of the best footballers around.

Along with world class forwards, dynamic midfielders and stout defenders, the league is also the home of a number of brilliant goalkeepers too. Performance levels fluctuate, however, with each going through different peaks and troughs during the course of the season.

90min's power rankings attempts to pick out the seven most in-form goalkeepers of the 2023/24 Premier League campaign.

*Updated 16/04/24

7. Neto (down 2)

Norberto Murara Neto
Neto's performance levels have been consistently high / Visionhaus/GettyImages

If you're looking for a consistent performer between the sticks, look no further than Bournemouth captain Neto.

His dependability, regularly making at least four saves per game, has allowed Bournemouth to turn their season around in 2024, with a top-half finish now very much in Andoni Iraola's thinking.

6. Ederson (down 2)

Beaten by a thunderbolt / Michael Regan/GettyImages

One of the greatest ball-playing goalkeepers of all time, Ederson is an integral component of Pep Guardiola's well-oiled treble-winning machine.

The goalkeeper's distribution is the key reason why he's so bloody good, and he's also getting better - albeit slightly - at shot-stopping it seems.

5. Guglielmo Vicario (down 3)

Guglielmo Vicario
He's impressed / Visionhaus/GettyImages

It's fair to say Tottenham Hotspur fans are happy with their club's new number one.

Guglielmo Vicario has been heroic with an, at times, patched-up defence in front of him and quickly won over Spurs supporters with his eye-catching saves. Teams have started testing him more aggressively from corners, though, which is a tactic that could exploit an aerial weakness.

4. Dean Henderson (new entry)

Dean Henderson
Dean Henderson has faint Euro 2024 hopes / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Not many punters would have fancied Crystal Palace's chances at Premier League title contenders Liverpool, but they failed to factor in the Eagles' love of a big result away from home.

Dean Henderson more than played his part in Palace's win at Anfield, providing a timely boost for new boss Oliver Glasner.

3. Emiliano Martinez (new entry)

Emiliano Martínez
Emi Martinez enjoyed his return to north London with Aston Villa / Catherine Ivill - AMA/GettyImages

Aston Villa's Champions League momentum had started to slow down in recent times, with some indifferent results blighting the progress made by Unai Emery's side.

But a superb display at Arsenal from Martinez and his outfield players, coupled with a Tottenham slip-up, means their top-four ambitions are fully back on track.

2. Andre Onana (up 1)

Andre Onana
Onana is finding his feet at United / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages

Andre Onana initially struggled at Manchester United, conceding all sorts of goals but mainly ones that he should have stopped.

However, with a new year has appeared a new Onana, who is starting to look more authoritative in every area imaginable. The Red Devils aren't delivering the consistent results that his recent performances merit, but he's certainly being given plenty to do.

1. David Raya (-)

David Raya
Raya is slowly improving / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/GettyImages

Raya's early-season shakiness has worn off, coinciding with Arsenal's incredible form in 2024.

The Spaniard has shut up shop this year, aided by some superb defending in front of him, and has been far more impressive of late with the ball at his feet.