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FPL GW37 Transfers: Many buys for Nketiah, Zaha and Richarlison

A look at which Fantasy Premier League (FPL) players have had the most transfers in and out so far this Gameweek.

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These are the most bought and sold players so far, as of Saturday morning. Furthermore, the Fantasy Premier League (FPL) deadline is at 10:30 (GMT) on Sunday 15 May.

The most-bought player of last week, Eddie Nketiah again leads the way for Gameweek 37 purchases. He quickly rewarded his 450,000 new owners by scoring two early goals against Leeds. Although playing just once in this Double Gameweek, he opposes a Newcastle defence that has recently conceded five goals on two separate occasions.

Both Wilfried Zaha and Richarlison are in great form and have two imminent matches. Zaha firstly visits Aston Villa, having scored six times from his last seven away outings. Additionally, the Ivorian should be on penalty duty. He then visits Richarlison’s Everton side on Thursday, where the Toffees’ main man leads the way for goal attempts (28), shots on target (12), shots inside the box (24) and penalty area touches (58) since Gameweek 31. Before that, Everton host Brentford.

Elsewhere, there is no surprise to see Son Heung-min gaining ownership. He is chasing this season’s Golden Boot due to a great run of nine goals from seven matches. A home clash with Burnley certainly won’t be putting managers off.

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Kevin De Bruyne‘s extraordinary four goals and 30 points of Double Gameweek 36 have unsurprisingly made managers rush to grab the Belgian. Especially those on a Free Hit. Therefore, Mohamed Salah is the big name being sacrificed to accommodate this. He has only scored in one of his last eight league games, with three droppings to the bench.

The season is over for injured pair Emmanuel Dennis and Ruben Dias, whilst Kai Havertz only played one minute of Chelsea’s recent Double Gameweek. The sales of team mate Mason Mount are a surprise, considering his goal and assist on Wednesday night.

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