Transfer advice, including Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea stars

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Transfer advice, including Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea stars

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talkSPORT looks at the best changes you could make to your FPL team ahead of the upcoming matches

Some people may love the FA Cup but we all know it was a frustrating time for Fantasy Premier League players.

Luckily, though, it was just one weekend off and now we’re back at it again and ready to win a whole load of points.

Whether you’re a manager who reacts to in-form players, one who loves a bargain, or prefer to predict the next big FPL thing, you need a bit of advice every now and again.

So who do you need to sell and sign this week? Here, talkSPORT.com has taken a good look at the form and fixtures and believe these are the best transfer tips around…


It may be wise to protect your assets here. The Austria international could possibly move to China if the right deal comes in and this would see a raft of sales and a loss of money. A match against Arsenal next firms this sale up.

In: Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – £7.3m

Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it appears the wonderkid is back on the rise. In his last two Premier League matches he has a goal and an assist and while the Red Devils face Tottenham next he has a kinder run after this. He may fill his boots against Brighton, Burnley, Leicester, and Fulham.

Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it appears the wonderkid is back on the rise. In his last two Premier League matches he has a goal and an assist and while the Red Devils face Tottenham next he has a kinder run after this. He may fill his boots against Brighton, Burnley, Leicester, and Fulham.

Out: Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) – £8.8m

The Spurs star has been in fine form but in the Carabao Cup semi final first leg against Chelsea looked incredible leggy. He’s got one game left before he leaves on international duty too, which means sales will go up, decreasing his value. Sell him and keep the coin for a new player.

The Spurs star has been in fine form but in the Carabao Cup semi final first leg against Chelsea looked incredible leggy. He’s got one game left before he leaves on international duty too, which means sales will go up, decreasing his value. Sell him and keep the coin for a new player.

In: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – £8.4m

Like Rashford, Pogba is in stunning form under Solskajer and has four goals and four assists in four Premier League games. It’s wise to ride this run of form until he goes cold again – if he goes cold again.

Like Rashford, Pogba is in stunning form under Solskajer and has four goals and four assists in four Premier League games. It’s wise to ride this run of form until he goes cold again – if he goes cold again.

Out: Lucas Torreira (Arsenal) – £5.0m

The clamour to sign the tenacious Uruguayan star was understandable after his performances against Tottenham, Manchester United, and Huddersfield. Across three consecutive game the cheap midfielder claimed two goals and an assist but this really was an anomaly and he continues to prove this. Sell now before he sees a price drop.

The clamour to sign the tenacious Uruguayan star was understandable after his performances against Tottenham, Manchester United, and Huddersfield. Across three consecutive game the cheap midfielder claimed two goals and an assist but this really was an anomaly and he continues to prove this. Sell now before he sees a price drop.

In: Nathan Redmond (Southampton) – £5.2m

Only selected by one per cent of managers, the England international should come under consideration given the Saints’ next fixtures. Leicester City, Everton, Crystal Palace, Burnley and Cardiff are on the horizon and could see him get back to former glories.

Only selected by one per cent of managers, the England international should come under consideration given the Saints’ next fixtures. Leicester City, Everton, Crystal Palace, Burnley and Cardiff are on the horizon and could see him get back to former glories.

Out: Danny Ings (Southampton) – £5.6m

Facing a two-week absence with a hamstring injury, the Saints forward is one you may be able to hold onto thanks to his price. If you’re playing with three strikers though, he’s one to ditch.

Facing a two-week absence with a hamstring injury, the Saints forward is one you may be able to hold onto thanks to his price. If you’re playing with three strikers though, he’s one to ditch.

In: Troy Deeney (Watford) – £5.9m

If Raul Jimenez (£6.4m) is a little to expensive, it may be that Deeney is right up your alley. He’s got three goals in his last four and got an assist on his last time out too. He’s a quick fix with an upside of being a penalty taker.

If Raul Jimenez (£6.4m) is a little to expensive, it may be that Deeney is right up your alley. He’s got three goals in his last four and got an assist on his last time out too. He’s a quick fix with an upside of being a penalty taker.

Out: Jorginho (Chelsea) – £4.8m

 

In a similar vein to Torreira, the Brazilian tricked everyone with his opening day goal. A vast number snapped him up and now he’s neither scored nor assisted since. His value has plummeted to £4.8m as FPL regulars continue to ditch him, you need to get rid too.

In a similar vein to Torreira, the Brazilian tricked everyone with his opening day goal. A vast number snapped him up and now he’s neither scored nor assisted since. His value has plummeted to £4.8m as FPL regulars continue to ditch him, you need to get rid too.

In: David Brooks (Bournemouth) – £5.1m

 

The young Welshman is having a fine debut season in the Premier League and is getting a goal or an assist regularly so he’s a perfect cheap bench option if you’re in need.

The young Welshman is having a fine debut season in the Premier League and is getting a goal or an assist regularly so he’s a perfect cheap bench option if you’re in need.




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