With the traditional September break, the time has come for the Fantasy Football auction also for the increasing number of fantamanager using the Mantra mode, a game system that compared to that Classic presents greater realism and greater attention to the real roles of the players. Here are 5 players not to miss:
Roberto Pereyra (Udinese)
Back in Friuli after an experience at Watford characterized by numerous physical problems the tucu is back from an excellent season, seasoned with 5 goals and 5 assists in 34 games. Technically skilled midfielder with timing in insertions, he can play indifferently as a midfielder or as a playmaker behind the striker. The departure of De Paul gives him the keys to the leadership team technique and the role of penalty taker. To the Mantra is a supple WT able to disengage at best in multiple modules, especially in those with a large trocar.
Brahim Diaz (Milan)
After a good debut season, the young school talent Real Madrid is ready to make the leap in quality. With the departure of Calhanoglu he is in fact destined to fill the role of playmaker of the Milan with the possibility of improving the tally of 4 goals and 3 assists from last season, especially if he managed to find greater continuity of performance. To the Mantra, being a ductile WT, it’s a an attractive element especially for those who use a module with a wide trocar.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio)
Complete midfielder, able to combine physicality and technique, interdiction and insertion capacity, the double role of C / T makes it one of the most attractive elements ever in the Mantra. In fact, he has the numbers to arrive in double figures both in goals and assists and enjoys the unlimited trust of Sarri, who dotes on him. A player not to be missed, even in the face of a huge expense.
Giacomo Bonaventura (Fiorentina)
Technical player with great experience, the old man Jack is a player who has made the fortunes of several fantamanagers in recent years. Although physiologically the brilliance is no longer that of a few seasons ago, he seems to find himself particularly at ease in the Italian 4-3-3 where he occupies the role of mezzala with insertion license. Its ductility (CWT) makes it a pretty cool element for the Mantra.
Dejan Kulusevski (Juventus)
After a first season in bianconero below expectations Kulusevsky at the moment it seems to start back in the hierarchies of Allegri, which is why the Fantasy Football auction could go a little under the radar. However, it is worth aiming at it, especially if purchased at a low price: it has immense potential, should it find that continuity missed him last year could constitute a crack fantasy football. An intriguing bet, especially for those who use modules with a large trocar.
Di Giovanni Maggio