02 September 2016

7 New Signings You Should Add In Your Fantasy Premier League Team Directly After Transfer Window

The season of FPL still at embryonic stage, but do you want to use your FPL Wild Card? Wise man said, first think first. So, here are seven players who have moved teams over Transfer Window valuable to grab, refer to Mirror.
Some team fail to make a good performance due to bad choice of player and captain, luckily the summer sales present FPL managers show a new opportunities to bring in new blood and make over their faint teams. Here are seven players that have been on the migrate this summertime and are benefit considering for your FPL team.
Wilfried Bony (Stoke)

The ex-Swansea bomber will spend the season at Stoke City dan will be a player that will hugely benefit from a change of scenery. His career was going down the drain at The citizens and his loan movement to Stoke can give Premier League fans a remembrance of his talents. 
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The Mark Hughes sides were in desperate need of a new striker and the Ivorian will appear as first choice. Those rumours linking Bony with a move to Asia--especially China--last six months have proven to be false, as the 27-year-old has penned a fix season-long loan deal so managers don't need to worry about replacing him for the second half of the season.
Calum Chambers (Middlesbrough)
This man may show his quality at Middlesbrough. Arrival of Shkodran Mustafi at Emirates has meant defender Chambers has departed on loan and Boro is a very good fit for the young England international. Playing under Aitor Karanka, a former defender, he should slot into Boro's stingy defense without many problems and provide FPL managers a budget-friendly option at the back.
Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace)

One of the best options in FPL is to spot a player who has had a bad season last year but is set to rediscover his form. Why? Because their price-tag will have dipped during their off-year and managers can pick yourself up a bargain.

Flop in Liverpool, Christian Benteke could well be one of these such players. At his former club, Aston Villa, Benteke showed exactly what he could do in front of goal, but his move to Anfield came at the wrong time, with Brendan Rodgers getting the high-jump just weeks after he brought Benteke to Liverpool. 
The 25-year-old striker now joins a Crystal Palace side brimming with creators to help him out and get his career path back on track. Wilf Zaha and Andros Townsend offer width, Yohan Cabaye can carve out chances from midfield and with Loic Remy alongside him it could be a nice time to get on the Benteke bandwagon.
Nacer Chadli (West Brom)

One of the players signed by Andre Villas Boas in the £100m+ post-Gareth Bale spending spree, Chadli has done the good thing in getting out of White Hart Lane this summer. The Belgian's race appeared to have been run at Spurs, with Mauricio Pochettino leaving him out of the starting line-up this season, but he has plenty to offer FPL managers. At 27 years old,  Chadli is approaching his peak years on career due to the records of cash that WBA book to sign Chadli and should fit right into WBA and contribute with his fare share of goals and assists.
Adnan Januzaj (Sunderland) 
The young winger saw his career stutter last season following a clash with gaffer Louis van Gaal and a poorly thought out loan move Borussia Dortmund in Germany. But it's still worth remembering the talent he has, and who the man gave him his big break in the Red Devils first-team before.

With David Moyes, the 21-year-old showed exactly what he was capable of and could again blossom under ex Sociedad coach at the Stadium of Light.With The Black Cats struggling to bring in their chief targets, The Belgian will be given plenty of chances to show his ability and rebuild his career again.
Nolito (Manchester City)
Slightly cheating this one, as the Spaniard has already been strutting his stuff in style over the past three game weeks, but he's definitely worth choices fitting in sooner rather than later.
Already chipping in with assists and also goal, Nolito was a quick-starter last season at Spain with Celta Vigo before he fading away, so one to get in now with a view to ditching if/when the goals and assists begin to dry up.
Maarten Stekelenburg (Everton)
Afer the departure of Tim Howard, Everton's defence promises to be one of the most improved team in the Premier League this season, via a mixture of Ronald Koeman's tactical nous and a number of new signings.

Arrival of Ashley Williams instantly adds huge quality to the back for just a snip of the money received from John Stones departure to Manchester City, while Koeman's refusal to entertain the notion of signing England national team goalkeeper, Joe Hart shows what confidence he has in his mature Dutch goalkeeper.

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