08 September 2016

How Will Seven Big Transfers Impact Their FPL Value?

After International Break, we will enjoy Fantasy Premier League again in GW4. Last week, we saw many massive transfers by Premier League and, as a manager, you should rethinking about your line up. So, we choose seven big transfers to review their impact to your team, if you add them to your FPL team.

David Luiz (6.0)
 

Do you agree that Transfer of David Luiz is the top Deadline Day surprise since Robinho signed for Manchester City all those years ago? Luiz will join Chelsea's defense under Antonio Conte, and will be a good acquisition because he has a long story of putting together incredibly stingy back-lines. He will chip in with the odd goal from a free kick or when The Brazilian turns up in the box from set pieces and The Blues will keep many teams out this season. If you think that 6.0 is too expensive for him, you only need to wait when Luiz will have weeks where he puts up double digit points from defense.

Moussa Sissoko (7.0)
 

The Frenchman who was in danger of becoming more popular for his want-away antics rather than his abilities on the field has finally got his move and pitched up at White Hart Lane, London, to play for Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham. Sissoko reputation is one of a player who only likes to play when it suits him, but under Poch  I fancy him to improve a great deal. At least, he can force his way into the team regularly of course, due to competition for places is fierce at Spurs. Price at 7.0 is not too expensive for Midfield, but it might be worth take more weeks waiting to see what role Poch has in mind for Sissoko.
 
Simone Zaza (7.0)
 

The Italian man record isn't outstanding, but 20 goals in 64 appearances between 2013 and 2015 in Serie A for Sassuolo isn't to be sniffed at. Whe don't know what are West Ham doing to their attacking players? We bought Andre Ayew as a midfielder and felt pretty cocky, but ended in the first Monday night match of the season with him injuring himself. Ayew not expected back until Santa Claus is doing his rounds. Finally, The Hammers needed a striker and they've gone out and brought in 25 year-old Zaza on loan. Don't expect miracles but at 7.0 and with the likes of last season Hammers star, Dimitri Payet, creating chances for him, he'll do something fine.
 
Wilfried Bony (7.3)
 

We saw at Swansea that Bony was a player and the club played to his strengths. At Manchester City Bony was expected to be a link striker with sharp, intricate movements. That isn't Bony game but at Stoke they play with a slightly more simplistic style and FPL Ngalor Ngidul think that Stoke will suit him. Bony scored 17 goals in his last full season at The Swan, so expecting him to get 12-14 at The Potters doesn't take a huge leap of faith.
 
Jack Wilshere (5.9)
 

Drop 0.1 in first 3 weeks, many fans still believe that Wilshere could make the difference in midfield for Bournemouth, and they have a winnable game at the weekend against struggling West Brom. We all know what an injury risk he is but under the youngest manager at Premier League, Eddie Howe, he's set to be the main creative spark in Bournemouth filled with pace. He take a role as the attacking midfielder in their friendly with AC Milan last week and at 5.9, he's either your fourth or fifth midfielder option. He has an awful lot to prove and will be playing for a manager who'll allow Jack to express himself.
 
Nacer Chadli (6.4)
 

The last time The Belgian played a significant role of the season in 2014/15, he racked up 160 points. That is a massive amount for the price he's currently quoted at. Those points included eleven goals and six assists for Spurs. West Brom are not as good a side as Totthenham but we fully expect that he'll play every week and be one of their main men, too. I quite like Salomón Rondón up top and who knows if other WBA star, Saido Berahino, ever sorts himself out. The Belgian is value at this price even though you won't be picking him.
 
Islam Slimani (8.5)
 

Champions Leicester broke the bank and record to bring in 28-year-old Islam Slimani from Sporting. A decent forward who has scored goal by goal wherever he's been, including an massive one against Portuguese titans Porto last month. The Algerian game is probably suited to the Premier League. He's exceptional in the air, strong and not short of pace either. The set up of his runs is clever too, and although the Portuguese league has its fair share of shoddy defending. He may well prove a clever bit of business, even at the price. Maybe he doesn't feature against Liverpool, but The Foxes have Burnley at home up after that.


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