Transfers

FPL transfers: The latest new Premier League signings assessed

Our latest Fantasy Premier League (FPL) transfer round-up looks at some more moves from the last fortnight.

The most significant players will be the subject of their own dedicated Scout Report but all the others will feature in regular round-ups over pre-season, continuing with this one.

You’ll find all the major deals on our dedicated Transfers page, while you can get a club-by-club guide to the key moves via our comprehensive Pre-Season tab.

Our sister website, Fantasy Football Community, also has a daily round-up of the latest transfer rumours.

LATEST FPL SCOUT REPORTS

You can find more articles on the likes of Erling Haaland, Gabriel Jesus and Ivan Perisic in our Scout Reports section.

FPL TRANSFER ROUND-UP

Tyrell Malacia (Feyenoord to Manchester United, £13m)

The first signing of Erik ten Hag’s reign at Manchester United, 22-year-old Tyrell Malacia looked set to sign for Lyon until this late hijack. It can be deduced that ten Hag highly rates this athletic left-back after watching him star for Ajax’s rivals Feyenoord in their run to the Europa Conference League final.

Priced at £4.5m in FPL, Malacia has strong potential if he moves ahead of Luke Shaw (£5.0m) in the pecking order. Currently, there is optimism over Man Utd assets, like in midfield where several have received huge price drops.

Under a new head coach, their players could emerge as great options – we just don’t yet know which ones.

Aaron Hickey (Bologna to Brentford, £17m)

After being linked with Arsenal for a while, Aaron Hickey (£5.0m) instead signed for Brentford. He’s yet another talented Scottish left-back, although his versatility often saw him at right-back and left wing-back whilst at Bologna.

Information from WhoScored

Therefore it’s not completely clear whose spot is in danger – Rico Henry (£4.5m) or Sergi Canos (£5.0m). Comfortable with both feet, Hickey managed to score five times last season, becoming the first Scot to do so in Serie A since Graeme Souness in 1984-85.

Brentford begin with a strong run of games, although managers may prefer David Raya (£4.5m) as a cheaper route to defensive coverage.

Clement Lenglet (Barcelona to Tottenham Hotspur, loan)

Spurs’ fifth signing of an exciting summer is the loan of centre-back Clement Lenglet from Barcelona. FPL has already priced the left-footer at £5.0m, with the French international likely to take Ben Davies‘ (£5.0m) spot on the left of Antonio Conte’s back three.

His main strength is ball-playing, which could add another dimension to the attacking potential of Harry Kane (£11.5m) and Son Heung-min (£12.0m). Perhaps Lenglet’s weakness is actual defending, like when he was widely blamed for Switzerland’s opening goal during France’s round of 16 exit at Euro 2020. He was taken off at half-time.

The 27-year-old shined during his 18 months at Sevilla and will hope this new environment brings him back to that level. For FPL managers, Lenglet saves £0.5m on Ivan Perisic and Hugo Lloris but without the attacking potential or security of starts.

Cheick Doucoure (Lens to Crystal Palace, undisclosed)

Although undisclosed, reports say that Crystal Palace paid around £21m to land exciting Mali international Cheick Doucoure.

Handed a £5.0m FPL price, he will take the spot of successful loan signing Conor Gallagher (£6.0m) but don’t expect the eight goals of last season.

That same number arrived over four seasons at Lens, where his central partnership with Seko Fofana played a huge part in the successive seventh-place finishes that followed their return to Ligue 1.

Information from FBRef

More of a box-to-box midfielder, Doucoure is great at breaking up the play with ball interceptions, whilst helping transition with short passes and driving runs upfield.

Joe Aribo (Rangers to Southampton, undisclosed)

Fresh from scoring in last season’s Europa League final, midfielder Joe Aribo has returned to England by signing for Southampton.

The Nigeria international spent three years playing in League One for Charlton before an equivalent length of time at Rangers, delivering 26 goals and 25 assists in all competitions.

“We believe Joe can bring energy and creativity to our side. Feeling comfortable in so many different positions is very helpful for a manager and shows he has a high level of football intelligence, with the ability to take on new information quickly.” – Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl

This eye for goal helped in the latter stages of 2021/22 when a bad injury situation saw Aribo play up front. Yet he didn’t skip a beat, showcasing a versatility that could prove useful on the south coast.

FPL has priced the 25-year-old left-footer at £5.5m and, as the Saints usually deploy a 4-4-2 system, there is even a chance he could be used as an out-of-position forward.

Romeo Lavia (Manchester City to Southampton, £10.5m)

Aribo’s chances of starting in a midfield two further decreased with the addition of Romeo Lavia (£4.5m). The 18-year-old is yet to start a first-team league match but is the latest example of Southampton spending big and putting faith in ‘big six’ youth prospects.

Following last season’s purchase of Tino Livramento (£4.5m) and borrowing of Armando Broja (£5.5m), the Saints have now recruited Lavia and goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu (£4.5m) from Manchester City. A hat-trick will be completed should they also buy Liam Delap (£4.5m) from the champions.

Lavia’s inexperience, defensive-mindedness and tough early fixtures will keep FPL managers away.

Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig to Leeds United, £20m)

While coping with the huge loss of both Kalvin Phillips (£5.0m) and Raphinha, head coach Jesse Marsch has turned to familiar faces from his stints at both Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig.

The latest addition is dynamic central midfielder Tyler Adams (£5.0m). This USA international can also play at right-back, although the signing of Rasmus Kristensen (£5.0m) likely rules that out.

In an interesting piece for The Athletic, Adams speaks in depth about his own game and the way he thinks when on the pitch.

“I always err on the side that I’m going to win every single ball, so I tend to be aggressive and go for it. In the Red Bull DNA, counter-pressing is such an important thing. We try to win the ball as quickly as possible and aren’t afraid to make mistakes because we’re confident in our pressing as a team.”

“As a defensive midfielder, I think way, way more than I do as an outside back. I’m usually the only midfielder who is thinking of transition moments and what I need to do if my team loses the ball. It’s why I win a lot of balls. I’m always thinking about, ‘If this ball pops out here, am I in a good position to win it?’

“This part of my game – winning duels and running after balls – is something that I enjoy doing. I have a really big engine, I’m usually the fittest person on the field, so making these recovery runs, sprinting back to help win the ball back, is something that I’m good at.”

Key to Leeds United’s transformation this season will be the partnership Adams forms with fellow addition Marc Roca (£5.0m). He might not be an FPL prospect – having scored just twice in 103 Leipzig appearances – but may give hope to supporters that they can avoid relegation.

Flynn Downes (Swansea City to West Ham United, £12m)

Crystal Palace almost added Flynn Downes (£4.5m) to the impressive capture of Doucoure but were pipped late on by his boyhood club West Ham United.

A product of Ipswich Town’s youth academy, he moved to Swansea City last season and completed 92.6% of his 2,465 attempted passes – the highest pass-completion rate throughout England’s top four divisions. Having moved to east London, he can now team up with second-placed Declan Rice (91.6%).

148 career games have brought four goals and six assists, which should deter FPL managers.

Omar Richards (Bayern Munich to Nottingham Forest, undisclosed)

The round-up ends with a pair of defensive Nottingham Forest transfers. Firstly, left-back Omar Richards (£4.5m) arrives from Bayern Munich just a year after leaving Reading.

Richards made 12 Bundesliga outings and, according to WhoScored, has the skill set needed to excel as Steve Cooper’s left wing-back.

However, the signing jeopardises Jack Colback (£4.5m) being a steady provider of cheap midfield appearance points and it isn’t as tempting as having £4.0m teammate Neco Williams at right wing-back.

Moussa Niakhate (Mainz to Nottingham Forest, undisclosed)

Pacy centre-back Moussa Niakhate (£4.5m) is another to swap Germany for Nottingham, moving after four years at Mainz.

It’s a deal that proves just how powerful a pull the Premier League is, with an established 26-year-old defender choosing to join a newly-promoted team.

“The two wide centre-backs [at Nottingham Forest] are often key to progression, they will be charged with driving into midfield, attracting defensive cover to spring the two wing-backs who, in turn, will look to slot in the front two with their pace in behind.”Mark Sutherns

Although Niakhate’s four recent goals were preceded by three in 2020/21, he does seem to commit an above-average number of fouls, conceding 1.7 per game last season.

Apart from Neco Williams, Forest defenders are probably best avoided for the time being.


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925 Comments Post a Comment
  1. LangerznMash
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Leon Bailey refresher...
    Bundesliga 20/21 = 9 goals and 9 assists in 30 matches (attack return every 119 mins).
    Europa league 20/21 = 5 goals and 2 assists in 8 matches (attack return every 72 mins).
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_8t4-oFlug
    Played the first half in Villa's first preseason match scoring a goal and assisting another.
    He is also a set piece taker.
    I'm genuinely considering him as a starter in my team at £5.0m could be an amazing budget enabler.

    1. Permanently bannedⓄⓃⒺ…
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Talent not in question, he's just a transfer waiting to happen with his injury record. Could be worth starting with

    2. lilmessipran
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Minutes are a concern though but I guess at that price point you have to value the upside more and Villa's first 4 fixtures look good

    3. Disputatious Dissident
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Don't do it. He's a quality player but gerrard won't give him regular starts. Buendia is their best attacking player even he can't get regular starts

    4. European Bob
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      It's whether he'll get in the team. Probably one to monitor but yeah potential to be a real bargain at that price

    5. Milkman Bruno
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I like him also and he has been in a lot of my drafts. Same people saying he might not start due to competition own Foden, Kulu, Mahrez etc.

      When fit last season he started too iirc. Not sure Ings will be a starter this season but more of an impact sub with one striker and Watkins up top. This is based purely on speculation by my 😆

    6. Hint
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I think with the five subs rule he will play a lot - but mainly from the bench unless he tears it up.

      Bit unclear how Villa will set up but Ings, Watkins, Buendia, Coutinho and Bailey can't all start, not to mention Traore.

    7. Fish up a tree
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Villa fans will know more but does he fit the current system & are there better options ahead of him right now.

      See how rest of preseason goes & how they line up etc.

    8. Humperdoo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I think he's competing with Watkins.

      Coutinho & Buendia/Ings for the other two attacking slots.

      Bailey would be a mistake imo.

    9. LangerznMash
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I think it comes down to preseason minutes. If Bailey plays more than Ings then he gets in my starting XI.

    10. NateDog
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Gerrard says Villa are expecting a lot from him but fitness is the issue. Sounds to me like he'll be managed quite a lot

    11. The Units
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Sold

    12. PartyTime
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Definitely worth considering if no injuries this season. Better than Neto & Bruno G lol

    13. St Pauli Walnuts
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      He's in my current draft as a starter, I'll need to see real signs in pre-season that Gerrard considers him as a starter for him to remain there though.

  2. Lindelol
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Raya / 4.0

    Robbo Cancelo James Chilwell Tomi

    Son Foden Diaz (4.5, 4.5)

    Jesus Haaland (4.5)

  3. CYN
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Do you reckon Sterling is a viable captain option this season? With Havertz dropping deep, Sterling should get space for diagonal runs into the box. 10.0 is an awkward price point but Sterling and 8.0 mid plus 0.5 vs Salah and Neto is very tempting.

    1. Permanently bannedⓄⓃⒺ…
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Don't really trust Chelsea in attack, a wait and see for me

    2. lilmessipran
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Too early to say depends how he settles in

    3. European Bob
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Mount is the only non defender I'd want to start with from Chelsea

      1. Milkman Bruno
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Tuchel has basically said he wants to build around Sterling to be fair.

    4. Holmes
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      lets see, could just be as good as Werner.

    5. Humperdoo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Yes. In the right fixture. I have no doubts.

      Just very difficult to fit him in.

    6. Milkman Bruno
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      With the correct fixture, certainly. Will be interested to see if Chelsea play to his strengths I.e. running to the byline and cutting it back or across the 6yard box

    7. Critical Observer
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Sterling needs a proper centerforward by his side to be at his best - not the current reality at Chelsea.

    8. PartyTime
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Mount is the only one I’m considering even more so because he is cheaper & on set pieces. Sterling should also help him grab some baps

  4. marcos11
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Thoughts?

    Sanchez (Steele)
    TAA Cancelo James Doherty Tomi
    Salah Rashford Gordon (Andreas Colback)
    Kane Haaland (Archer)

  5. LangerznMash
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    A) Ramsdale, Cancelo, Bailey, Kane (+£0.5m)
    B) Ederson, Laporte, Rashford, Sterling

    I think A) has higher haul potential but I have FOMO over Rashford.

    1. Milkman Bruno
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Fomo of Rashford is premature I think. His form has not been great and he missed decent chances against pool in the pre season game. If he starts consistently it should be easy to get him in.

      1. LangerznMash
        • 6 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        True.
        I also have FOMO over Grealish. I'll likely rearrange my whole squad depending on preseason gametime for my shortlisted players.

    2. The Units
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      A

    3. Humperdoo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      You can jump onto the likes of Rashford and Bailey very easily if they look like they're nailed.

      Better to be one gameweek late, than wrong. Wasting a FT to fix that mistake this early is costly.

      The market moves quickly in the first few weeks, and every transfer is precious.

      1. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 12 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        We're kind of shooting in the dark regarding sub 8.0m mids tbh. I don't think it's too bad an idea to take a chance on a player like Rashford or Grealish who could be insane value if they start firing at their respective prices.

        If not, just hop off. As long as the rest of the team is not full of picks like that, it should be fine.

        1. Humperdoo
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          1 month, 2 days ago

          Why not just stick to the 8.0m mids for now then, and then transfer one out to a Grealish/Rashford when they appear?

          The spare money can then go towards the next bandwagon, next week.

          I don't see the downside to this.

  6. Dukes of Hazard
    • 9 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Toughts?

    Meslier (Raya)
    TAA Cancelo Trippier Tomi (N.Williams)
    Son Ødegaard Rashford (Jensen) (Andreas)
    Kane Jesus Jota

    Thinking of going for this 4-3-3. Bench is very weak and originally had Foden/Diaz(+1 million itb) instead of Son/Jensen. However, this draft makes it easier to bring in Salah if needed.

    Triple arsenal seems a bit overkill, but fixtures are great and think these 3 won't be rotated much. Plan is to wc around week 6-8.

    Kane to Haaland or Son KDB planned as first transfer

    1. The Units
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Isn't Jota injured?

      1. The Units
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 12 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        I'd go Jesus

        1. The Units
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 12 Years
          1 month, 2 days ago

          My bad you have him. Upgrade midfield.

      2. Dukes of Hazard
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        He wasn't when I drafted this a couple of days ago, but looks like he is now. Back to drawing board.

        1. Disputatious Dissident
          • 1 Year
          1 month, 2 days ago

          Not serious

      3. DARWIN'S DINOSAURS
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Jota Hami. Does not sound good.

    2. Disputatious Dissident
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Love the jota pick

    3. Khark
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I love a seeing a team slightly against the grain, and seeing how other FPL managers try and build their squads.

      I'm really not a fan of this team, BUT, I'm no expert FPL manager so it intrigues me... Got a few questions if you don't mind, because I'm nosey and i like to try and get other peoples thought processes...

      With liverpool and Man City rotating so nicely throughout the opening fixtures before the forced wildcard, what's the thought process behind the Spurs double up with Kane and Son? I'm also not a fan of the early planned transfer, because you almost always get an unexpected hiccup in your gameweek 1 side that needs addressing. With the Kane to Haaland transfer "booked in" theres a good chance you could be looking at a hit after gameweek1... Isit not better to just start Haaland over Kane ?

      Three up top when theres so much value in midfield? Also, I think Jota is an injury concern just so you're aware...

      1. Dukes of Hazard
        • 9 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        No problems,

        Regarding the Kane v Haaland decision. I am not opposed to the risk of taking a -4 point hit in the early weeks. Two elements have me leaning towards Kane:

        Firstly, I feel that SOU is a such a significantly easier fixture that whu that the potential upside here is worth a bit of a risk.

        Second, I feel Kane is by far the best options to captain in week 1 and I think there is a question mark around nearly all the other potential picks for this week.

        Regarding value in midfield, again I found myself looking at the picks around the 8 million range and felt that either there were questions around minutes (Foden, Mahrez, Diaz), cheaper alternative in their respective teams (Saka) or that they had massively overshoot their expected xg or xa last year(Kulu). I really like Jota as pick (ignoring injury concern), think Jesus is great value and feel that a significant proportion of the season you will want one of Haaland or Kane.



        Just heard about the Jota injury concern and will keep an eye on it.

  7. Milkman Bruno
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Team value is going to be more important than ever this season imo as we essentially have an additional WC. Gaining value early doors will give a big advantage for the future wildcards. Does the current community template give much room for adding value? The premium defenders can be dropped to cheap defenders but are you going to be willing to do it? If the premiums do well it will still take a lot for a double price rise. Am I overthinking this?

    1. Khark
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      No overthinking, mint question and one thats being overlooked until a week before deadline. I'd expect most to have 3 premium defenders 1 x 4.5/5.0 and 1 x 4.0

    2. Disputatious Dissident
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Value is overrated. Often the ideal wildcard would cost less than your budget

    3. JELLYFISH
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I'm a big advocate of gaining good tv early in the season and I do sometimes take hits to build it. I think this season and the option to wc early is a further enabler to building good tv if you play it right.

    4. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I always care about team value early doors. You get that slight edge throughout the season just from being diligent.

    5. The Mentaculus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Haven't really thought about it much yet, but I guess while BATB/threemium limits your flexibility for midprice mids/fwds, these managers might end up hopping around the 5.5 - 6.5 player pool, s9 we could still see something like an Aaronson bandwagon.

      I imagine there will be a good opportunity to gain TV when people start buying into the promoted sides (if they get a decent start) once their fixtures improve

    6. DARWIN'S DINOSAURS
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I see value one can lose rather than gain this season. EO is going to hurt if high ownership is coupled with weak performances.

      1. Milkman Bruno
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 2 days ago

        It’s a combination of both really.

  8. PartyTime
    • 1 Year
    1 month, 2 days ago

    It seems I’m the only one with Holy Watkins. Best gw 1 fixture on paper imo & juicy upcoming fixtures.

    I reckon he will squeeze some cherries in gw1 :

    1. Permanently bannedⓄⓃⒺ…
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Can see it now, pages of "Donkey"

      1. PartyTime
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Did well for me last season, he will have a great season imo

        1. Permanently bannedⓄⓃⒺ…
          • 8 Years
          1 month, 2 days ago

          Always let me down but good luck to ya

          1. PartyTime
            • 1 Year
            1 month, 2 days ago

            Thanks. He won’t let you down if you start with him 😉

    2. JELLYFISH
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      The same was being said about us last season (Watford away - that went well!).

      1. PartyTime
        • 1 Year
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Under a different manager?

        1. JELLYFISH
          • 10 Years
          1 month, 2 days ago

          Villa's opening day record isn't great whatever the manager

  9. Camzy
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 12 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    How about a very different type of draft...

    Sanchez 4.0
    TAA Cancelo Doherty Tomiyasu N. Williams
    Salah Sterling Diaz Gordon Andreas
    Haaland Mitrovic Plange

    Sterling interests me and his ownership is 6.2%. He gives you big flexibility as well if you want off or to go to like Fernandes.

    1. Milkman Bruno
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Interesting team and I like it for the reason stated. I reckon there could be immense value in the United team this season if ETH has them singing. Rashford, Sancho and Fernandes along with the defence. Ronaldo situation needs to be resolved. Like the Gordon pick and like the Mitrovic pick.

      1. DARWIN'S DINOSAURS
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Gordon good to watch but after that I have my reservations.

        1. Milkman Bruno
          • 1 Year
          1 month, 2 days ago

          Rich gone helps Gordon have a bit more freedom I guess?

          1. DARWIN'S DINOSAURS
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            1 month, 2 days ago

            Not IMO. He has to work on his football brain.

          2. DARWIN'S DINOSAURS
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            1 month, 2 days ago

            And he is playing for an absolute shxte team

    2. DARWIN'S DINOSAURS
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Sterling is on my watchlist big time. all about the money. I think the best way to get him is a sacrifice on a premium. But who?

    3. Humperdoo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      I adore Sterling, but I really think he's hurting other areas of your team too much.

      Maybe he's someone we can fit in one we build TV and identify this season's bargains.

      1. DARWIN'S DINOSAURS
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        He might be my 1st tfr in against the sale of a poor performance from a premium fail.

    4. KAPTAIN KANE’S SON
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Who’s Plange

      1. Roy Rovers
        • 8 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        CP = 4.5

  10. the dom 1
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Which combo would you prefer?

    a. Kulu & Martinelli

    b. L.Diaz & Bruno G

    Cheers

    1. Milkman Bruno
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      B is probably more nailed on. Kulu carrying an injury and Rich is there & Martinelli should be first choice but a lot of competition, played LWB in a pre season friendly where Arsenal are rumoured to be going for Zinchenko.

      1. the dom 1
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        thanks for comments and advice on Zinchenko too!

  11. KAPTAIN KANE’S SON
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Think I’m going 3 upfront with COVID still around, I.e no 4.5 fodder.

    Should get me 14 playing players, and still got 2 premiums, Trent and Cancelo as well as one 8.0-8.5 mid and Jesus

    1. Milkman Bruno
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Yeah, I’ve gone Kane, Haaland and Jesus but think there are other good forward picks this year also which is refreshing after last season!

      I like Wilson, Mitrovic, Watkins and even potentially Martial too as alternative picks!

      1. KAPTAIN KANE’S SON
        • 5 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Got the same front 3

  12. Dr. Rog
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 12 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Mendy 4
    TAA Cancelo Trips/Tomi 4
    Salah Diaz Martinelli Neto 4.5
    Haaland Jesus Mitro

    1. Milkman Bruno
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Looks good doctor

  13. JELLYFISH
    • 10 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Thoughts on Kovacic anyone? Slim pickings in the 5m mid category but he is interesting me.

  14. Khark
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    Are the rumours about Doherty being told he can leave spurs true?

    1. PartyTime
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Probably. They have Emerson & now they would sign Spence. It doesn’t look as if Doherty would be nailed

    2. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      No idea. But at least one 5.0m defender is going to be a big steal at Spurs.

  15. zon
    • 7 Years
    1 month, 2 days ago

    442

    Raya
    TAA Cancelo James Trippier
    Salah Diaz Saka Neto
    Kane Toney

    4.0 Neco Pereira Greenwood

  16. Spelmer
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Please help me decide:
      A: Salah and Tomyiasu
      B: Sterling and Robertson
      Do I go Salah as he is guaranteed big points or expect Robbo and Raheem to outscore Mo?
      Rest of the team is nailed in. Thanks for your advice

    • Khark
      • 7 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      Season wise Sterling won't outscore Salah IMO.

      Going against Salah is either brave or stupid. Best to go with until the first wildcard IMO, effective ownership would ruin you otherwise.

      A.

      1. Khark
        • 7 Years
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Reply Fail to the comment above ^^

    • Thinkering like a Boss
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 2 days ago

      1) Kane, Sancho
      2) Son, Toney

    • Dale Sartip-Zadeh
        1 month, 2 days ago

        Williams will do well

      • Damien Sartip-Zadeh
          1 month, 2 days ago

          Some interesting transfers

        • pundit of punts
          • 9 Years
          1 month, 20 hours ago

          RMT

          Ederson
          TAA - James - Tomiyasu
          Salah - Diaz - Foden - Martinelli - Neto
          Haaland - Jesus

          Steele - Neco - Greenwood - Vestegaard