Gameweek 29 is still a week away with more international fixtures ahead of the deadline. Here we take a look at the transfer market and the key FPL transfers. FPL managers can also check who is popular and who isn’t through the Official FPL website. Here we look at the key FPL transfers ahead of Gameweek 29.
The transfers below show the movement of players ahead of the Gameweek 29 deadline. These are the key FPL transfers ahead of Gameweek 29.
FPL transfers ahead of Gameweek 29
Top transfers in
Brighton’s Kaoru Mitoma (£5.5m) didn’t have a fixture in Gameweek 28. Brighton’s nice run of fixtures and a double gameweek in Gameweek 29 , alongside three games that still need to be rearranged, mean that the midfielder is a popular buy this week. So far the he has 163,000 transfers in.
Alexander Isak (£6.7m) has had over 129,000 transfers in so far and is the second most popular transfer target ahead of Gameweek 29. Isak scored a brace in Gameweek 28 to put him firmly on FPL managers radars.
Solly March (£5.1m) also blanked in Gameweek 28. He did however score in his last Premier League game against Crystal Palace in Gameweek 27. Like Mitoma he will have a double in Gameweek 29 as well as three further fixtures to be rearranged.
Marcus Rashford (£7.3m) withdrew from the England squad with injury however he remains the fourth most transferred in ahead of Gameweek 29 so far. The midfielder has returned 156 points so far this season, making him the third highest scoring midfielder in the game. Rashford has had over 100,000 transfers in so far.
Rashford’s Untied team mate Bruno Fernandes (£9.6m) is the fifth most transferred in player ahead of Gameweek 29. He has over 92,000 new managers so far during the International Break.
Top transfers out
Miguel Almiron (£5.5m) is the most transferred out player. The midfielder was one of the most transferred in players ahead of Gameweek 28. However, injury meant he missed that match and is now expected to be out until the end of April. Almiron has been sold by over 414,000 managers.
William Saliba (£5.2m) missed Gameweek 28 through injury and, if recovered, only has one fixture in Double Gameweek 29. scored in Gameweek 23. Saliba has been sold by over 185,000 managers.
Arsenal’s Martin Odegaard (£6.9m) has, like Saliba, only has one fixture scheduled in Gameweek 29. In fact Arsenal will not double again this season which is making their assets popular sales for managers. Over 96,000 managers have parted company with Martinelli.
On the other side of North London Tottenham’s Harry Kane (£11.8m) also will not double again this season. The Spurs’ forward became Englands top scoring player over the international break and is in good form. He is the second highest scoring forward so far this season. Over 88,000 managers have sold Kane ahead the Gameweek 29 deadline.
Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.6m) was sent off in Fulham’s FA Cup defeat. As a result the forward is now suspended for three matches. This means that he is a popular sell for FPL managers, 67,000 managers have sold him so far.
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