Fantasy Football Scout: Best Premier League Deadline Day signings – prices revealed


Fantasy football is back and there’s a whole raft of new Premier League signings to pick.

Yes fantasy football managers around the UK will be licking their lips after a busy Deadline Day across the top flight.

Kieran Tierney, David Luiz and Giovani Lo Celso were among the big names to make transfers and they are now ALL available for selection on Dream Team.


Premier League fantasy football tips: Best Deadline Day signings – prices revealed

Kieran Tierney – £2.5m


Arsenal finally got their man from Celtic after a transfer saga that seemed to drag on all summer long.

Tierney will miss the first couple of Game Weeks through injury, but when fit will come straight in as the Gunners’ first choice left-back and looks a bargain at £2.5m.

Joao Cancelo – £3.5m

Say cheese

Pep Guardiola’s love of full-backs knows no boundaries and in Cancelo, Man City have snapped up one of the very best in the business.

We recommend waiting for a few Game Weeks before investing in the £3.5m man as you sit back and watch who’s the victor of the battle between him and Kyle Walker.

Giovani Lo Celso – £3m

Argentinian flair

Spurs had already bolstered their midfield with the addition of Tanguy Ndombele before furthering strengthening with Lo Celso.

The former Real Betis man is available for an enticing £3m and should offer gaffers plenty of goals and assists from midfield this season.


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Ryan Sessegnon – £2m

New kid on the block

Lo Celso was joined through the door at Spurs on Deadline Day by Sessegnon who is available for a cut price £2m on Dream Team.

It remains to be seen how much game time the 19-year-old will get this season, so your best bet is to wait until Mauricio Pochettino’s first-team plans are made clear.

David Luiz – £3.5m

Shkodran Mustafi and Luiz should be fun

Luiz has made the short journey across London to link up with Unai Emery once again.

Arsenal picked up the enigmatic Brazilian for £8m, but you can pick him up for your Dream Team for just £3.5m – a steal for a starting top six defender.

Victor Camarasa – £2m

Welcome back to England

Crystal Palace have snapped up Camarasa on a season-long loan after he impressed in the top flight with Cardiff last season.

The Spaniard looks an interesting pick for gaffers at just £2m and could form a points-rich partnership alongside set-piece hero Luka Milivojevic.

Dennis Praet – £2m

Coup for Leicester

Leicester reinvested some of the Harry Maguire money with the shrewd purchase of Praet from Sampdoria.

The cultured midfielder can be picked up for a cut price £2m on Dream Team and will bring goals from midfield alongside Youri Tielemans.

Neal Maupay – £1.5m

Can he make the step up?

Brighton have pulled off a coup with the purchase of Maupay who scored 25 Championship goals for Brentford last season.

If Maupay can adjust to the demands of top flight football then he could be a real bargain for your Dream Team at just £1.5m.


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