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UCL Fantasy transfers

The transfer window is edging closer to its close. For that reason we look back at some of the biggest UCL Fantasy transfers. The last round of 16 in the Champions League is approaching and some of the remaining teams are strengthening, lets take a look at who some of those teams and players are.

With such a huge gap inbetween the end of the group stages and beginning of the round of 16, lots can change. One of the biggest changes is new additions to squads. Looking at UCL Fantasy transfers and how their implications could be beneficial to Champions League Fantasy managers planning.

Pedro Porro to Tottenham

Tottenham have completed the signing of right back Pedro Porro from Sporting CP on a permanent deal. Tottenham remain in the Champions League with a tie against Italian side AC Milan. They play with a wing back system which allows their wing backs to push forward and get into some of the most advanced positions on the pitch.

Tottenham’s wing backs system bodes well for Pedro Porro. The Portuguese star has already picked up a massive two goals and six assists this season from right back. UCL Fantasy managers will have to stay patient as he is yet to be re-added to the game.

Arnaut Danjuma to Tottenham

Tottenham continue to strengthen their squad as they look ahead to their round of 16 match. The loan move is worth €30m plus add-ons. Arnaut Danjuma predominantly plays as a left sided winger but can also play as a lone striker if needed.

UCL Fantasy managers will likely be very excited about the signing of Arnaut Danjuma due to his form in his last Champions League campaign with Villarreal. The Dutchman hit six goals and one assist, making him one of the best budget enablers in the game last season.

Mykhaylo Mudryk to Chelsea

Star player Mykhaylo Mudryk has signed for Chelsea on a permanent deal after the Blues hijacked Arsenal’s attempt. Mudryk transferred over from Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk where he played his football.

Mudryk plays most of his positioning on the left wing. The attacker is yet to be added to the game but is very known to experienced managers. He collected three assists and two goals in his most recent Champions League campaign and with a game against Dortmund ahead, some could be patiently waiting for his price.

Noni Madueke to Chelsea

The English teams seem to be having a very active transfer window, especially the London based clubs. Chelsea have signed attacker Noni Madueke from Dutch club PSV. The right winger has impressed during his short career, scoring two goals against AC Milan in his most recent friendly against them.

Chelsea have plenty of attacking options so it could be difficult for the youngster to make his way into the starting 11.

Yann Sommer to Bayern

Bayern received some awful news recently as goalkeeper Manuel Neuer suffered a broken leg. That meant the German giants had to find a good replacement and quickly. Bayern were successful in their search as they signed the experienced Yann Sommer until June 2025.

Julian Ryerson to Dortmund

The German side have completed the signing of full back Julian Ryerson from Union Berlin. Ryerson can play in both a left back and right back position and also scored in one of his most recent matches against FSV Mainz, showing his attacking potential.

Dortmund face a tough match against English side Chelsea in the last round of 16 so managers may be cautious when looking into the Dortmund defence in terms of investment.

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