Hot on the heels of the £10million deal that saw Newcastle bring in talented attacker Remy Cabella from Montpellier, the Magpies have again raided the stepping-stone talent pool of France’s Ligue 1 to bring in AS Monaco striker Emmanuel Riviere, who arrived at St James’ Park today.
Newcastle have sealed a deal to bring in attacking midfielder Remy Cabella from Montpellier in Ligue 1 for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £10million.
With the sale of Luis Suarez now official, Liverpool have the funds in place to begin moving in the transfer market for replacements in their squad’s attacking department. The first expected arrival is Benfica’s Lazar Markovic, a player who has been described a ‘prodigy’ and, inevitably, ‘the Serbian Messi’. Here we preview how far he can go toward replacing the irreplaceable (no one will top 132 fantasy points in a season) Suarez and what he can offer points-wise for your team next season.
With the World Cup over it is time to start planning for your Premier League Auction. With a number of World Cup stars plying their trade in England next season we take a look at the five Premier League players who top scored at the World Cup who could help fire you to Fantasy League glory next season.
After two vastly contrasting semi-finals we have our finalists. Brazil suffered a total annihilation at the hands of Germany with four players registering double digit points totals while Argentina progressed to the final on penalties after a dour 0-0 draw with the Netherlands.
In October, a very different England squad intend to travel to Chile and win a World Cup. But this team will be very different to Roy’s boys, as every player will have been homeless.
A preview of Group E as Ecuador, France, Honduras and Switzerland battle it out to reach the knockout stages.
A preview of Group D as England, Italy, Costa Rica and Uruguay battle it out to reach the knockout stages.
A preview of Group B as Spain, Holland, Chile and Australia battle it out to reach the knockout stages.
A preview of Group A as Brazil, Cameroon, Croatia and Mexico battle it out to reach the knockout stages.
The World Cup isn’t all about the major footballing nations and their star names, every four years a team, or a player, arrives at the tournament and hugely outperforms all expectations.
The stars are out in force as the World Cup roadshow heads to Brazil and with the whole world watching there are some genuine global superstars on show.