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UCL Fantasy best premium players

The Champions League is approaching which means that the fantasy game is as well. With that in mind and its recent launch we take a look at the UCL Fantasy best premium players to see which ones you should be considering.

Checking out the best UCL Fantasy premium players could be helpful. The start of the new campaign is only weeks away so familiarising ourselves with some of the best assets in the game can bring clarity when it comes to building our squads.

Erling Haaland

Manchester City proved their quality amongst the best teams in Europe after lifting the Champions League trophy for the first time last season. The English side were completely dominant throughout the 22/23 season and one player in particular helped them achieve that.

Erling Haaland (€11.5m) comes in as the joint most expensive player in the game. The Norwegian was lethal in the Premier League last season netting 36 goals and registering eight assists. We also saw that top form in the Champions League where he banked 12 goals and one assist in 11 matches.

Kylian Mbappe

PSG fell short yet again in their latest Champions League campaign. In fact there has been some big changes to the French side in terms of personnel during the summer. One player heavily rumoured to be leaving was Kylian Mbappe (£11.5m).

Mbappe has been one of the best attackers in world football for some years now. The French international collected a massive 29 goals and five assists last season in Ligue 1 and to top that off he also registered seven goals and three assists in just eight Champions League games.

Vinicius Junior

After winning the Champions League in the 21/22 campaign Real Madrid went onto have another great season in 22/23 where they advanced all of the way to the semi-finals. Unfortunately a second successive UCL title wasn’t to be as they were knocked out by the eventual winners Manchester City.

One of Real Madrid’ star players is none other than Vinicius Junior (€11m). The Brazilian has fastly become the Madrid talisman and that can be reflected in his output. In his 22/23 La Liga campaign Vinicius managed 10 goals and nine assists in 33 matches. However, it was the Champions League where he really shone – bagging seven goals and producing five assists in 12 features.

Robert Lewandowski

Barcelona will be hoping for a much better campaign this season after their group stage exit last time out. The Spanish side have grown a lot since their early UCL exit and ended up claiming the La Liga title at the end of last season ahead of their fierce rivals Real Madrid.

Along the way to Barcelona claiming La Liga Robert Lewandowski (€10.5m) was a massive contributing factor. The Polish international netted 23 goals and created seven assists in 34 matches found and the net five times in five matches in their shorter than expected Champions League spell.

Victor Osimhen

Napoli were fantastic in every way last season. The Italian’ relentless form saw them clinch the Serie A title. They also put up some brilliant performances in the group stages of last campaign’ Champions League and there is a very good chance we can expect the same.

Striker Victor Osimhen (€10m) was absolutely crucial to all of Napoli’ success last season. The Nigerian managed a whopping 26 goals and created four assists in 32 league matches. That same form translated into Europe where he netted five goals in six matches.

Harry Kane

Bayern have been one of the most elite outfits in Europe when it comes to scoring goals. In fact the German side regularly sustained an average of over three goals per game both domestically and in Europe. With that in mind it could be vital we monitor the Bayern assets.

Harry Kane (€10m) has been short of goals for Tottenham when it comes to Europe but his move to Bayern could be a massive turning point in his European successes. Kane’ output is particularly respected due to the lack of quality in his former side Tottenham. With over 30 goals in the Premier League last season there is a lot of potential there to unlock and if any team can do that its the German giants.

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