Salah's closest challenger for the Golden Boot is Kane on 25 goals, and the prolific England star has been nominated for the Player of the Year award for the fourth year in succession.
Concise News gathered that the winners of both accolades will be revealed at an event in London's Grosvenor House on April 22.
De Bruyne and Silva have, literally, been central to City rise to the Premier League summit this season.
However, Salah has emerged as a real challenger to the Belgian after maintaining his outstanding form in the Premier League.
Kane and Salah had a phenomenal 54 Premier League goals between them heading into the weekend.
The second of City' trio to feature, David Silva has enjoyed something of a renaissance this season as, despite having his campaign interrupted due to some personal issues, he has eight goals and 11 assists to his name.
Two of De Bruyne's teammates, Leroy Sane and David Silva, also made the short list.
His City counterpart Ederson has proved to be an excellent addition for his club after goalkeeper proved a problem position for Guardiola last season.
Kane, 24, is also up for the PFA Young Player of the Year award.
While you wouldn't automatically assume Kane would be included in this list, its easy to forget how young he still is. He has been instrumental in Fulham's push to reach the Premier League, scoring 14 times in the Sky Bet Championship.