After the closing of the winter transfer market session it is time for the fantasy football repair auction, also with regard to that of Premier League. In this article we show you the players who could be free in many leagues and who could do well in the second half of the season.
José Sá (Wolverhampton)
Wolverhampton are one of the revelations of this championship, especially in the defensive phase. Bruno Lage’s side have the fourth best defense in the Premier League with just 23 goals conceded and owe a lot to their goalkeeper. José Sá is super reliable and must be taken in fantasy football without doubts, because he concedes fewer goals than a top of the department and costs even less than his colleagues with more high-sounding names.
Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)
The goalkeeper born in ’98 from Arsenal is a very interesting surprise. At the beginning of the season there were doubts about who could be the owner of the Gunners between him and Leno, but the young English talent has taken over the German. Arsenal are struggling in the attacking zone, but they hold up well behind, so Ramsdale is absolutely worth catching.
Nick Pope (Burnley)
A risk worth taking. It is true that Burnley have 2 games to recover, but it must be said that 36 goals conceded in 26 games for a third-bottom team are not many. Pope may be the most suitable low cost solution for those who do not want to spend too many credits but are still looking for reliability.
Benjamin Foster (Watford)
Watford are not in a very happy ranking position (they are in penultimate place), but Foster is doing well this season. At 38 he shared ownership with Bachmann, doing much better than the latter: the ’83 class in 17 games has conceded 28 goals and took home 3 clean sheets, his partner in 11 games has taken 26 goals , and has always conceded at least one goal. It is certainly a risk to take him, but Watford will do their best to save themselves and a lot will pass from the hands of veteran Foster.
Robert Lynch Sanchez (Brighton)
Birghton have the best defense in the second half of the table. The Spanish goalkeeper born in ’97 in 26 games played has suffered “only” 30 goals. The most interesting data concerns the clean sheets: Sanchez kept a clean sheet for 7 matches. It is one of the most interesting low cost solutions as regards the role of extreme defender.
Reece James (Chelsea)
If he is still free, he is certainly one of the top of his department. It is the real revelation of this Premier League among defenders. The Englishman born in 99 in 17 matches scored 5 goals and packaged 6 assists. In the role of full-fledged winger, he has great freedom to push, which lead him to be very dangerous in the offensive zone. The only flaw is the physical problems: he has missed several games due to injury and now he has recovered badly, but if it should not be anything serious, he must be taken at all costs.
Matty Cash (Aston Villa)
Extremely popular of Aston Villa. The right-back born in 97 has made 27 appearances in this Premier League, scored 3 goals and also produced 3 assists. He guarantees reliability both from the point of view of ownership and from that of performance.
Jan Bednarek (Southampton)
He is one of the most prolific central defenders this season. In 23 games played he has scored 3 goals. In addition, Southampton do not even suffer too many goals, so they are also safe from the defensive aspect.
Another revelation. The Brazilian from Arsenal is now a backbone of the Gunners. He confidently leads a very young back department, and is also skilled in the realization phase: in 22 appearances he scored 3 goals. He plays on a top team and can get paid a lot less than his other colleagues. To be taken absolutely.
Ben Mee (Burnley)
It is now a certainty in the Premier League. The Burnley captain has scored 3 goals this year, his personal best. His team is fighting to save itself, he is certainly one of the key men to be able to achieve this goal. Trust him.
Emile Smith-Rowe (Arsenal)
At the age of 21, not everyone wears Arsenal’s number 10 shirt with personality. Smith-Rowe is doing it great and is paying off in full the trust the company has given him. The English attacking midfielder has scored 9 goals and 2 assists so far in 21 games. He is the midfielder who has scored the most in the Premier League this season: he shares the record with Bruno Fernandes and Kevin De Bruyne, two names not just. He has all the credentials to become one of the strongest around in the role of him.
Conor Gallagher (Crystal Palace)
Another baby talent that is making a name for itself. Born in 2000, for being a central midfielder, he has a dowry achievement. In 24 appearances he scored 8 goals and also produced 3 assists. It is the true lighthouse of the Crystal Palace game.
James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)
This is nothing new, but it is often not given the media importance it deserves. A midfielder of quantity and quality, Ward-Prowse scored 6 goals and 4 assists. He is the captain of Southampton, he is the one who guarantees fixed totality.
Mohamed Said Benrahma (West Ham)
He can play both as a winger and as an attacking midfielder. He is putting an important signature in West Ham’s fantastic season. The Algerian has 5 goals and 4 assists so far in the Premier League. At fantasy football he can be paid much less than his West Ham teammates and can still guarantee you a lot of satisfaction.
Pablo Fornals (West Ham)
He too was fundamental for the Hammers. Gifted with great technique, he is often at the center of his offensive actions. His tally is 5 goals and 4 assists in 26 Premier League games. If you can’t take Benrahma it can be a good alternative.
Emmanuel Dennis (Watford)
It certainly represents one of the most intriguing low cost solutions as regards the offensive department. In his first season in the Premier League, the Nigerian has racked up 27 goals and 9 assists in 5 appearances. He can recapture more or less all the roles of the attack: striker, right winger and left winger. The possible salvation of Watford passes above all from his goals.
The number 10 of Leeds is one of the most talented players of this Premier, after the usual names. In 26 matches played, he scored 9 goals and produced 2 assists. Some of these goals have been scored against very important opponents (Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham).
Ivan Toney (Brentford)
Same booty as Raphinha for Brentford forward Ivan Toney. The English striker of Jamaican origin in 23 games scored 9 goals and delivered 2 assists. He is fresh from the hat-trick against Norwich in the last round of the championship. Bet on him for a low-priced but very high-yielding shot.
Jarrod Bowen (West Ham)
Extraordinary season for the West Ham class of ’96. With 8 goals and 10 assists in 28 appearances, he is certainly one of the most requested players by fantasy coaches. He is the top scorer of the team along with Antonio, but compared to the Jamaican, Bowen has achieved 3 more assists.
Neal Maupay (Brighton)
To complement your offensive department, it is certainly one of the best. Maupay has scored 8 goals and 2 assists in 25 games. He had started strong with 4 goals in the first 6 appearances, then he dropped a bit, but as the last slot he is definitely worth taking.
By Federico Poet