Premier League football returns to action after the international break and the focus is fully on the domestic action after the group stages for the new Nations League came to an end. As a result of some good action just before the break, there has been a shift in the prices of some star players. Here are the best buys for the upcoming few weeks:
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard could be on his way out of the club, with Spanish side Real Madrid keeping a very close eye on developments. The Belgian skipper is the most likely addition to the struggling La Liga club – though a winter move does not seem as feasible, a summer move seems ideal for the player and his intended side.
The Premier League is back on an intense run just after the international break and a couple of changes in the fantasy squad can help improve the score. Some of the top tips for the fantasy football teams are:
With the Premier League complete its eighth gameweek, a number of players have excelled with their performances on the playing field and among those, we look into four of them who could provide handy fantasy points in the forthcoming fixtures following the international break.
All those fantasy football players who added the likes of Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku before the season started must be feeling pretty upset with themselves, having seen the Reds make hard work of Leicester before losing to Brighton and then failing to even get a gaol against Tottenham, and conceding 3 goals in both matches in the process!
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has suggested that he won’t keep Thibaut Courtois at Stamford Bridge against his wish. The Belgium international has been strongly linked with a move to Real Madrid following his strong showing at the World Cup but so far, the Blues have not made a decision over his probable sale.
The finalists for the Best FIFA Men’s Player award for the year are Luka Modric, Crisitiano Ronaldo and Mohammed Salah. With the Croatia international recently winning the UEFA Player of the Year award, he is likely to lift the award on the world stage. The 2018 World Cup Player of the Tournament is set to be the first player to break the duopoly for a decade, giving room for a fresh face in many years.