Ronaldo, having sealed a dream return to Manchester United in the summer, scored 18 goals in 30 games in his first season back in the English top flight after 12 years away at Real Madrid and Juventus.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner takes the central striker spot in the XI, though controversially at the expense of Son, who scored 23 goals and won the Golden Boot.
The team, lining up in a 4-3-3 formation, features six players from Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, who won two domestic trophies.
Three of Manchester City's title-winning heroes deservedly earn a place, with Kevin De Bruyne, Joao Cancelo and Bernardo Silva all shining as Pep Guardiola's side won the league for the fourth time in five seasons following a dramatic comeback against Aston Villa on the final day.
De Bruyne in particular stepped up to the mark with big goals and performances - including that ridiculous four-goal haul against Wolves in the business end of the season.
Antonio Rudiger's impressive final campaign for Chelsea before his free transfer to Real Madrid saw him make the side for the first time in his career.
Here is the team in full:
Alisson - Liverpool
Trent Alexander-Arnold - Liverpool
Virgil van Dijk - Liverpool
Antonio Rüdiger - Chelsea
João Cancelo - Manchester City
Kevin De Bruyne - Manchester City
Thiago Alcântara - Liverpool
Bernardo Silva - Manchester City
Sadio Mané - Liverpool
Cristiano Ronaldo - Manchester United
Mohamed Salah – Liverpool