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The best mid-price FPL midfielders for 2021/22

Having scoured the Fantasy Premier League (FPL) price list for the pick of the budget midfielders, we now switch our focus to the best players in the mid-price bracket.

For the purposes of this piece, we are looking at the best FPL midfielders with a starting price between £5.5m and £7.0m inclusive.

THE BEST FPL MIDFIELDERS… BIG-SIX STARTERS AND BACK-UPS

Hat-trick hero Torres making late-season claim as powerful FPL differential

After scoring five goals, including a hat-trick, in Manchester City’s final seven league games, Ferran Torres (£7.0m) is a watchlist candidate heading into the new season.

As ever, trying to predict Pep Guardiola is a fool’s game but based on Champions League line-ups we might expect the Spaniard not to be part of City’s ‘best XI’.

We’ve got every position covered, so take your pick!

Torres’ colleague Bernardo Silva comes in at the same price. The Portugal player is probably more assured of minutes but lacks Fantasy appeal, having notched just nine attacking returns over the course of 2020/21.

Jesse Lingard (£7.0m) currently wears a Manchester United shirt on FPL. His transfer situation is one to monitor after he bagged nine goals and five assists in half a season at West Ham.

Of Arsenal midfielders who played over 1,000 minutes last season, only Nicolas Pepe (£7.5m) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.0m, FWD) amassed a goal chance quicker than Bukayo Saka (£6.5m).

The England international also created the joint-most big chances for the Gunners (5) along with Willian (£6.5m). Lagging just behind on four is Emile Smith-Rowe (£5.5m). It appears as though Martin Odegaard will not be coming back to the Emirates, though transfers are a fickle business at the best of times.

“Real Madrid have been clear that they would like me back. So then it will be time to go there when the training starts up again. Of course it has always been a dream to play there. I have been in the club for over six years now and that has always been the goal.” – Odegaard speaking to TV2

However, after an eight-goal loan spell at Newcastle, Joe Willock (£6.0m) could put a spanner in the Smith-Rowe works. If he remains at Arsenal, Willock would also be vying for one of Mikel Arteta’s attacking midfield spots.

As Chelsea’s first-choice penalty taker, Jorginho (£6.0m) deserves a mention considering his consistency of minutes. The Blues do begin with a difficult run of games but spot-kicks can arrive in any fixture.

Depending on who takes the manager’s hotseat at Spurs, Dele Alli (£6.5m) could make a resurgence as a Fantasy asset. The midfielder broke back into the Tottenham team in the final five Gameweeks of the season under Ryan Mason, picking up two assists along the way.

“For me, Dele was excellent. I don’t really like singling out players but it’s hard not to because I’m sure everyone felt it. He ran, he competed, he pressed, he created opportunities. I’m sure he’s disappointed not to get a goal himself. [But] it was an excellent number 10 performance, I’m really, really pleased.” – Mason on Alli’s performance v Wolves in BGW36

The Liverpool midfield in this price bracket is a slight wasteland, with Fantasy bosses unlikely to use up a precious Reds spot here.

THE BEST… NEWLY-PROMOTED ASSETS

Using the ‘per 90’ tool to assess FPL midfielders with the best goal threat 1

Ismaila Sarr (£6.0m) is a known quantity in Fantasy terms, having scored five goals and provided seven assists in Watford’s 2019/20 campaign.

The Senegal international was the Hornets’ top scorer (13) in the Championship last season. He also chipped in with four assists, playing first as a right midfielder before Xisco Munoz took over and employed a 4-3-3 system where Sarr was given greater attacking licence.

Ken Sema (£5.5m) played on the opposite side from Sarr in Watford’s three-man attack under Munoz. Over the season, the Sweden international contributed five goals and five assists. Sema scored all five of those from a wide-left attacking role, while Sarr notched eight of his tally from the other side.

At Brentford, Bryan Mbeumo (£5.5m) is the standout mid-priced pick. The winger amassed eight goals and ten assists in 37 Championship starts. Mbuemo may struggle for suitors, however, considering Bees striker Ivan Toney (£6.5m) is available for an extra £1.0m.

Another former Fantasy favourite is Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell (£5.5m), who scored six times and notched two assists during the 2019/20 campaign.

The Canaries’ opening fixture run is nothing short of horrendous, so Cantwell can take a place on the watchlist as we assess this season’s version of Norwich before the fixtures turn for the better in Gameweek 5.

THE BEST FPL MIDFIELDERS… TOP-HALF OPTIONS

Raphina celebrating by hugging a teammate - mid-priced FPL midfielders

In this entire bracket, Raphinha (£6.5m) is probably the standout pick. The brilliant Brazilian scored six goals and contributed 10 assists in his debut season at Elland Road.

Only nine players had a higher expected goal involvement (xGI) over the campaign than the Leeds winger. Apart from Matheus Pereira – who was on penalties – only Mason Mount (£7.5m) is anywhere close in price to Raphinha on the rest of that list.

Leeds may have a mixed fixture list over the first six Gameweeks but their style of play lends itself to attacking returns in any game. At £6.5m, Raphinha could prove a real bargain in his second campaign under Marcelo Bielsa.

Team-mate Stuart Dallas (£5.5m) joins Raphinha in the midfield bracket, having lit up FPL last season as a £4.5m defender. The Northern Ireland man struck eight goals from an xG of 4.25 and his reclassification will dent his appeal, particularly considering Raphinha’s price.

With Ezgjan Alioksi’s contract expiring at Leeds, there is also the chance that Dallas ends up at left-back in a cruel twist of Fantasy positioning fate. That situation is one to monitor ahead of August.

Jack Harrison (£6.0m) is expected to join Leeds on a permanent deal this summer. He totalled 18 FPL goal contributions for the Whites last season, two more than Raphinha in around 500 more minutes.

Both James Maddison and Harvey Barnes have remained at £7.0m this season. The Leicester City pair managed around 2,000 minutes each, with Maddison (eight goals, seven assists) just outdoing Barnes (nine goals, five assists) in terms of goal contributions. On Barnes’ form in the earlier part of the season, Maddison commented:

“He was a threat in every game. He was blowing teams away. There were some games we’d come in at half-time and it would be, ‘Get Barnesy the ball’. I remember a few games, and especially one in the Europa League, I remember the gaffer saying at half-time, ‘There’s your match-winner, just get him the ball’, because he was so direct and in that red-hot form.”

A knee injury, which required two operations, sidelined Barnes for the final three months of the season. He is one player in particular where pre-season minutes will tell us a lot ahead of the Gameweek 1 deadline.

Maddison is also in that bracket, having been plagued with his own injury issues and some off-field discrepancies over the campaign.

Youri Tielemans (£6.5m) is a much safer Leicester option in terms of minutes, having made 37 starts last season. The Belgium midfielder returned four goals and six assists over those appearances, deputising for Jamie Vardy (£10.5m, FWD) on spot-kicks. Tielemans created a chance for his team-mates every 67 minutes and was the Foxes’ chief set-piece taker by the season’s end.

The aforementioned Lingard will be key in determining the viability of West Ham assets in attacking midfield, where Jarrod Bowen (£6.5m), Said Benrahma (£6.0m), Pablo Fornals (£6.0m) and Manuel Lanzini (£6.0m) all compete for places. Andriy Yarmolenko (£5.5m) will also be seeking minutes, having proved his fitness at EURO 2020.

Tomas Soucek (£6.0m) has been given a £1.0m price hike after his goalscoring exploits from central midfield last season. While the Czech Republic player bagged 10 goals, along with two assists, just one of those strikes came in the final nine games of the season.

At Everton, now undet the management of Rafael Benitez, both Gylfi Sigurdsson and James Rodriguez come in at £7.0m. The latter began the season on fire, with three goals and four assists in the opening six Gameweeks, before tail-offs in form and fitness saw Rodriguez burn out as a Fantasy option.

Spot-kick taker Sigurdsson, meanwhile, ticked along with six goals and five assists over the season. His minutes were patchy, totaling 2,244. While we wait to see who Benitez’s preferred personnel are at Goodison, the jury remains out on Everton midfielders.

THE BEST… OF THE REST

Emiliano Buendia (£6.5m) could rival Jack Grealish (£8.0m) for a place in our FPL squads for an Aston Villa midfielder. The ex-Norwich man had a quicker chance creation rate (30 mins v 38 mins) than Grealish during the 2019/20 season.

However, Grealish did create more chances (66 v 59) and more big chances (9 v 6) than Buendia. Nonetheless, the Argentina midfielder should offer creativity in abundance if he nails down a spot in Dean Smith’s favoured 4-2-3-1 formation.

With potential starter Jacob Murphy coming in at £5.0m, the £5.5m options at Newcastle are of little appeal and Allan Saint-Maximin (£6.5m) has been reclassified as a forward. Murphy himself has limited appeal considering Matt Ritchie (£5.0m) also plays as a wing-back but is classified as a defender.

At Wolves, a knee injury means Pedro Neto (£6.5m) will not be available for the beginning of the season. With a tough first three Gameweeks, FPL managers can probably sit back to assess Wolves and players such as Adama Traoré (£6.0m) before considering investment in Gameweek 4.

Eberechi Eze (£6.0m) is in the same boat as Neto, injury-wise.

Eze’s team-mate Wilfried Zaha is available at his usual £7.0m price tag. The Ivory Coast international had his best Premier League scoring season over the last campaign, netting 11 goals. As with several of the options on this list, Crystal Palace’s early fixtures lack appeal and the club are also yet to appoint a replacement for Roy Hodgson.

Southampton’s ever-present captain and penalty taker James Ward-Prowse (£6.5m) logged eight goals and seven assists during 2020/21, earning himself a price rise of £0.5m heading into the new season.

With players such as Raphinha in the same price bracket, Ward-Prowse may get overlooked but he is the definition of a ‘set-and-forget’ outfielder.

On the opposite side of that argument, Graham Potter’s leaning towards rotation makes Brighton midfielders a risky-pick area. Leandro Trossard (£6.5m) appears the most viable Seagulls option here, following a five-goal, six-assist season.

Over at Burnley, Dwight McNeil (£6.0m) had a paltry campaign in Fantasy terms with two goals and five assists. Only Fulham (27) and Sheffield United (20) scored fewer goals than the Clarets (33) last season, suggesting we might be better off looking elsewhere for midfield options. We hope you liked our list of best mid-price FPL midfielders! Check out the rest of our guides and FPL tips!

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324 Comments Post a Comment
  1. FPL Joker
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    I can’t see Utd, City & Chelsea being displaced from the top 3. The money those clubs have at their disposal and the squads it allows them to build means no one else will get a look in. Arsenal and Spurs should be considered in the same bracket as Leicester and Villa now; Liverpool don’t have the money to compete and 4th would be the best they can hope for. When Klopp goes I think the goose is cooked. May as well start referring to ‘The Top 3’ and not ‘The Big 6’. Premier League is going the way of La Liga.

      1. FPL Joker
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Only Chelsea are below Liverpool of the top 3 mentioned, and being their owner has more cash than most countries I sadly still think Liverpool can’t compete with them in the market.

        1. Milkman Bruno
          2 months, 21 days ago

          Liverpool have a squad that was good enough to win the season the year before last. They have not list anyone and will certainly be there or there about again this season I believe.

          1. FPL Joker
            • 4 Years
            2 months, 21 days ago

            The top 3 will sign players Liverpool can only dream of. I think they’ll struggle to compete.

      2. Tony Moon
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 12 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Bit of an old link though. Villa have the third richest owners currently, at 10.4bn, only surpassed by Chelsea and Man City.

    1. Vertigo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      What a load of waffle just to say you don't like Liverpool.

      1. FPL Joker
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Lol, I’m a fan

        1. Vertigo
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          Think you need to look at your finances again then - FSG are in great shape (even after the pandemic).

          1. FPL Joker
            • 4 Years
            2 months, 21 days ago

            Yeah, but that’s cos they won’t buy anyone. Liverpool will fall behind cos of a lack of investment in the squad when the other 3 strengthen considerably

    2. JONALDINHO
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Liverpool might not spend the money but they are the best ran club in the league. Most of it can be put down to Klopp but the recruitment is exceptional. Even when Klopp goes you’d expect them to have a plan in place. Compare that to United who are ran horribly despite spending loads.

      1. FPL Joker
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        I agree but I think that’s all gonna change. Think about it:

        City get Kane & Grealish
        Utd get Sancho & Varane
        Chelsea get Halaand
        Liverpool get Konate

        It’s not gonna work out well

        1. Andy_Social
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          I get where you're coming from. Liverpool will struggle to keep up with City and Chelsea. But I think the gap between quality of management and manager allows Liverpool to close the gap on United, and they are way ahead of the rest of the pack. They're still good for top 4 in my book for now.

        2. mox81
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          The good news is that football just isn't that simple! France intl team has all the players and look at them, you can only play 11 and the best team generally wins. PSG somehow failed to win the league last season!

          FFP isn't much cop, but it certainly means mega money plateaus in use, most Premier clubs are wealthy enough to compete. Sheffield utd made more money than AC Milan last year!!! It's not how much money you have, but how well you spend it.

      2. Dthinger
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Is it, though? Was buying Shaquiri an exceptional decision? Minimino?

        1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
          • 11 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          See also: Going into a 60 game season with three recognised centrebacks, one of whom is made of glass, had all the hallmarks of a superbly well-ran club for sure

          1. FPL Joker
            • 4 Years
            2 months, 21 days ago

            That was the manager’s decision. He decided not to push for Ben White.

            1. Maximus Bonimus Pointimus
              • 11 Years
              2 months, 21 days ago

              Whose decision was Kabak?

        2. FPL Joker
          • 4 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          Always some mistakes. Don’t think Shaq has done badly for the price; Mini we’ll have see. Keita has been the biggest flop. But I agree that most clubs have had more.

        3. panda07
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          Shaqiri cost £13m and Minamino £7m.

          Shaqiri has chipped in with some important goals over the last few years and was bought to be a squad player or to come on as sub- not bad for £13m.

          How much would Liverpool be able to sell Minamino for now? They would easily get more than their money back for him.

          If you had named Keita, you might have had a point...

          1. Dthinger
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            2 months, 21 days ago

            Okay...lets try reversing it. Other than Jota, name a player they bought in the last three windows that IS exceptional.

            1. panda07
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 9 Years
              2 months, 21 days ago

              They have spent £110m in the last 3 windows. £40m of that was on Jota, £36m on Konate, £20m on Thiago and £12m on Tsimikas. Jota looks good, Konate hasn't played yet, the jury is still out on Thiago but after he settled in he put in some good performances towards the end of the season, Tsimikas was bought as a back-up left-back and was injured for most of his first season. They don't/haven't make that many big signings for a lot of £ but the biggest one, Jota, looks promising.

  2. Karan14
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Donna
    Spinazzola Maehle
    KDB* Damsgaard Berardi
    Immobile

    Have 7 players including KDB & Berardi both are likely to be benched according to rumours.

    Kane, Morata, Sarabia, Sterling & Maguire in for -8?

    1. Gerd Mueller’s thighs
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      I know there are different opinions here, but take the hits. I only had six players left after last round, but used four hits to build out my team…..it’s a game, have fun!

      And the math works in your favor.

      1. Karan14
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Yeah I agree its not like I'm getting subs for hits. I'm trying to get a full starting 11 here.

  3. thepancakeman123
    • 3 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Is this wildcard good to go??

    Donnarumma
    Spinazzola, Alba, P. Torres, Maehle, Maguire
    Sterling, Insigne, Damsgaard, Sarabia, F. Torres
    Kane, Lukaku, Dolberg

    1. thepancakeman123
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Forgot to put Pickford as second keeper

    2. Milkman Bruno
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Looks good!

  4. Milkman Bruno
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Euro WC team. What are your thoughts on it?

    Simon, Pickford
    Alba, Spinazzola, Meunier, Shaw, Maguire
    Sterling, Torres, Sarabia, Shaqiri, Damsgaard
    Kane, Morata, Schick

    1. BOATIES FC
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      I'm worried that Alba won't start.

      1. BOATIES FC
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        I'd like to see Insigne or Immobile in there too personally

    2. RogDog_jimmy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Wondering about Azpi over Alba - is he more attacking?
      Love the mix of the front 8.

    3. bso
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Prefer Luka to Kane. Feel he is more likely to score.

  5. King Kohli
    • 8 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Best option here?

    A. Sterling + Morata + Maguire
    B. Sterling + Morata + Maguire + Stones(-4)
    C. Sterling + Schick + Maguire + Pickford(-4)

    Maehle Spinazzola Di Lorenzo
    KDB Sarabia Berardi
    Immobile

    1. Karan14
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      A or C

    2. Gerd Mueller’s thighs
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      B

  6. Inazuma X1
    • 4 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Ramos to PSG. Varane to United soon!

  7. LAMB TEA
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Mbeumo + Watkins or Toney + Buendia?

    1. Major League Shocker
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Ask again after we've seen them in some preseason games.

  8. bso
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Is it more useful now to take -8 and hold WC for quarter final, or use WC now?
    Thanks!

    1. Karan14
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Use now

    2. High Costa Living
      • 7 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Is the -8 to get 11 players out, or the full 15? Can you take fewer hits and have a zombie defender/goalkeeper slot for this round?

      1. bso
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Would get 11 players plus Widmer who may or may not play against Spain.

        1. High Costa Living
          • 7 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          In that case, I agree with the others - wildcard now probably best way to go.

    3. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Use it now.

    4. bso
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Thanks guys. Here it is. Appreciate your comments.
      Schick Seferovic Luka
      Sarabia Sterling Torres Berardi (heard he may not start) Yarmo
      Spina Maehle tones Laporte Meunier
      Pickford Courtois
      Thanks!

  9. The King
    • 7 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Thoughts on my euro team please on WC

    Simon
    Azpil - Spina - Meunier - maehle
    Sarabia - F Torres - damsgaard
    Lukaku(C1) - Kane(C2) - Schick

    Pickford, Shaw, grealish, Sterling

    Cheers

    1. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Looks grand but Switzerland and Itsly could ruin our semi finals. I think you need to diversify.

  10. bso
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Anyone else hear that Berardi won't start...Chiesa in his spot?

    1. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      No, but I took him out. Just going Donnaruma and Spinazzola.

    2. St Pauli Walnuts
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Seems likely they were almost neck and neck before the tournament started and in the 2 games Chiesa has played he has looked better.

      1. bso
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Tough one...don't think I want to take a chance on the wrong one. What do you think of Holes? I fancy the Czechs to go thru. Have Yarmo, Sterling, Torres and Sarabia. Any other recommendation?
        Cheers mate

        1. St Pauli Walnuts
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          I don't know that much about Holes mate but feels a bit like chasing last week's points. He's a DM, I'd probably take Soucek on a punt over him who has more goal scoring pedigree.

          Are you on WC?

          Not checked, but is Yarmo fit as we went off injured in ET. Insigne probably safest attacking mid for Italy. I like the look of Damsgaard but I guess if you think Czech's will go through you want to avoid. I fancy the Danes more but it is tight and could easily go either way.

          I'm thinking of bringing Grealish in, I fancy him for a start over Saka. I'l be looking at all the lineup prediction sites tomorrow first though.

          1. bso
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 6 Years
            2 months, 21 days ago

            Good thinking. Thank you

          2. bso
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 6 Years
            2 months, 21 days ago

            This is my current team. Appreciate you comments.Schick Seferovic Luka Schick
            Sarabia Sterling Torres Grealish Yarmo (will check on him)
            Spina Kjaer Stones Azpi Meunier
            Pickford Courtois
            Thanks!

            1. St Pauli Walnuts
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              2 months, 20 days ago

              Decent mate!

  11. Milkman Bruno
    2 months, 21 days ago

    United XI to look something like below at the beginning of the season??

    —————Henderson —————
    AWB—Varane—Maguire—Shaw
    ———Rice———Pogba———
    Sancho—Fernandes—Rashford
    ——————Cavani——————

  12. Finding Timo
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Guys anyone know if berradi, KDB & p Torres start / play? Thanks

    1. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      No and Berardi and De Bruyne too uncertain to risk. Will see Spain deadline pre deadline. Below might help in terms of players ruled out rather than predicted to start/be on the bench.

      https://www.newsnow.co.uk/h/Sport/Football/Euro+2020

      1. Finding Timo
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Ok thanks I will take them coming off bench

  13. Finding Timo
    2 months, 21 days ago

    To captain 1, morata 2, sarabia 3, lukuku 4, immobile

    1. GreennRed
      • 9 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      4

      1. Finding Timo
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Thanks I was thinking morata or sarbaria as easier fixture ?

        1. GreennRed
          • 9 Years
          2 months, 21 days ago

          Morata looks awful. I think Switzerland will beat Spain though both are poor at the back. If Lukaku wasn't playing Italy I would pick him. I didn't expect Immobile to play as well as he has but he looks confident.

          1. Finding Timo
            2 months, 21 days ago

            Yeh prefer Kane to morata but can’t afford him

    2. bso
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      2 months, 21 days ago

      Am going with Sarabia

      1. Finding Timo
        2 months, 21 days ago

        Yeh tempted but morata feels less risky

  14. HollywoodXI
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    2 months, 21 days ago

    Created a draft FPL team today for fun. Bruno, KDB, Salah and Mount plus 11 other players basically lol

  15. Jerse
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    2 months, 18 days ago

    One things for sure is how this tournament has magnified how inflated De Bruyne's 12m price next season is too high by at least 1m. Italy rendered him pretty much ineffectual in the QF. The only thing that could change this is if Kane joins Man C. In my opinion of all the premium's he is the one to avoid.