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Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba

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The top FPL players are dropping like flies, but talkSPORT.com has all the solutions to your problems

January is a chaotic time for Fantasy Premier League managers and the injuries are coming thick and fast.

Tottenham have proved so reliable in recent weeks, with Harry Kane and Heung-min Son racking up the points, but managers with either player will need a serious rethink.

Spurs will be without Kane and Son in the coming weeks

Kane is expected to be out of action until early March, while Son could be away at the Asia Cup until February.

In more troublesome News, Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold (another popular option) is facing a month on the sidelines.

But fear not, because talkSPORT.com has all the solutions…


Out: Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 12.5m

It is with regret that we must remove Kane from our squads. With five goals in his last five games and a seriously promising run of fixtures, he would’ve been a reliable captain in the weeks to come. But injury is expected to rule him out until early March.  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba Kane

It is with regret that we must remove Kane from our squads. With five goals in his last five games and a seriously promising run of fixtures, he would’ve been a reliable captain in the weeks to come. But injury is expected to rule him out until early March.

In: Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – £11.2m

There are plenty of premium strikers who can fill the Kane void: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Roberto Firmino spring to mind. But it’s difficult to look past Aguero. He’s got Huddersfield next and should start. Last time the two sides met, Aguero scored a hat-trick in a 6-1 victory…  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba aguero3

There are plenty of premium strikers who can fill the Kane void: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Roberto Firmino spring to mind. But it’s difficult to look past Aguero. He’s got Huddersfield next and should start. Last time the two sides met, Aguero scored a hat-trick in a 6-1 victory…

Out: Heung-min Son (Tottenham) – £8.7m

Another player we’d rather not shift, but if South Korea reach the Asia Cup final (which is quite likely), he’ll miss the next three fixtures.  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba son

Another player we’d rather not shift, but if South Korea reach the Asia Cup final (which is quite likely), he’ll miss the next three fixtures.

In: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – £8.6m

Pogba is racking up some serious points. He’s got four goals and five assists in the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reign, and the fixtures look promising. United have Brighton and Burnley at home in their next two.  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba pogba7

Pogba is racking up some serious points. He’s got four goals and five assists in the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reign, and the fixtures look promising. United have Brighton and Burnley at home in their next two.

Out: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) – £5.2m

Liverpool have the best defence in the league by some distance, but it’s proving a tough nut to crack in FPL. Persistent injuries to their cheaper options mean you need to spend big on Virgil van Dijk or Andy Robertson if you want a guaranteed starter in their back line.  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba trent alexander arnold

Liverpool have the best defence in the league by some distance, but it’s proving a tough nut to crack in FPL. Persistent injuries to their cheaper options mean you need to spend big on Virgil van Dijk or Andy Robertson if you want a guaranteed starter in their back line.

In: Lucas Digne (Everton) – £5.3m

If you’ve got a bit of money in the bank, Digne is your man. Two double-figure returns in his last four matches, plus a promising run of fixtures at an attractive price. Everton do not play any of the top six in their next four games.  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba digne1

If you’ve got a bit of money in the bank, Digne is your man. Two double-figure returns in his last four matches, plus a promising run of fixtures at an attractive price. Everton do not play any of the top six in their next four games.

Out: Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – £6.5m

With just one goal in his last seven games and a minor hamstring injury, it’s time to shift Wilson. Bournemouth’s fixtures are scary, too. They’ve got Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City in their next seven games.  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba wilson1

With just one goal in his last seven games and a minor hamstring injury, it’s time to shift Wilson. Bournemouth’s fixtures are scary, too. They’ve got Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City in their next seven games.

In: Raul Jimenez (Wolves) – £6.4m

His form has been a concern, but Wolves have had some difficult fixtures. Now they’ve got a clean run until March, with none of the top six in their next seven games.  Transfer advice including Harry Kane, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Paul Pogba jimenez

His form has been a concern, but Wolves have had some difficult fixtures. Now they’ve got a clean run until March, with none of the top six in their next seven games.


Source : TalkSport

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