The seven were named in the shortlists revealed on Monday, in recognition of a sensational year.
Aguero's inclusion in the 30-man list marks the seventh time the Argentine ace has been named in the annual award shortlist, which is presented by France Football.
With 26 goals in 2019 alone, Aguero starred once again to help City clinch an unprecedented collection of English silverware, as Pep Guardiola’s men clinched back-to-back Premier League titles, the FA Cup, Carabao Cup and Community Shield.
Across 46 appearances in all competitions in 2018/19, our all-time top goalcorer bagged 32 goals and provided 10 assists.
City’s Etihad Player of the Year Bernardo enjoyed a stellar campaign, playing a pivotal role in the Club’s success, netting 13 goals in 51 displays, creating 14 assists.
Ten of those goals were scored in 2019, before the Portugal star then guided his country to UEFA Nations League success.
Sterling enjoyed a stunning season for City and also shone at international level with England.
He not only scored 17 league goals in our historic 2018/19 campaign - and claimed three hat-tricks across 2019 - but was also voted both the PFA Young Player of the Year and the Football Writers Player of the Year.
Having joined City from Leicester in the summer of 2018, Mahrez also enjoyed a memorable first season at the Club, playing an important role in our success on four fronts.
He scored seven league goals, as well as providing four league assists, and also added five goals in all other competitions.
He then capped an incredible season by leading Algeria to glory at this summer African Cup of Nations and Mahrez's impact has been to the fore for City with a series of superb displays in the first two months of the 2019/20 season.
Despite being hampered by a number of injuries over the course of the 2018/19 campaign, Belgian midfield marvel De Bruyne still made a significant impact, scoring twice in 19 appearances as well as adding two assists.
And he then weighed in with a man of the match display from the bench in our 6-0 FA Cup final victory over Watford and, fully fit and refreshed, has made a superb start to the 2019/10 campaign.
Ederson, meanwhile has been included on a 10-man shortlist for the first ever Yachine Trophy. The award is in recognition of the year's best goalkeeper with the Yachine Trophy', named in honour of the legendary former Soviet Union goalkeeper Lev Yashin.
The Brazilian international enjoyed a superb 2018/19 season, keeping 20 clean sheets to help City retain our Premier League trophy, while his superb tactical awareness and natural footballing ability also saw him credited with two assists!
White is yet to feature for City since signing from Birmingham during the summer due to injury, but the forward enjoyed an unforgettable World Cup campaign with England, finishing third in the Golden Boot awards.
The striker netted six times in France - the same amount as Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan of the USA, who retained their title.
The 30-year-old's sensational displays also saw the forward break an England record, as she became the Lionesses' all-time top World Cup goalscorer.
Congratulations to our magnificent City seven!