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FPL 2023-24 – Gameweek 17 Movers & Shakers

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FPL managers have been trigger-happy with the transfers already this week, so let’s take a look at who is, and who isn’t, proving popular.

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TRANSFERS IN

Dominic Solanke (£6.6m) – Bournemouth
The Cherries striker is proving excellent value for money this season, and with eight goals to his name already in the current Premier League campaign, many of the Erling Haaland-sellers are flocking to the 26-year-old, especially as in-form Bournemouth have a favourable fixture run up ahead.

Heung-Min Son (£9.6m) – Tottenham
Son was already a hugely popular FPL option, but his 17-point return against Newcastle in Gameweek 16 has only increased his appeal. The South Korean has logged six double-figure point-returns in the Premier League this season, and has gained nearly 400k new owners this week (at the time of writing).

Pedro Porro (£5.4m) – Tottenham
Porro is another Spurs asset who is proving popular in fantasy circles. The attack-minded right-back has recorded six assists in the Premier League this season, with only Kieran Trippier having registered more among defenders. The Spaniard is currently the third-most transferred in player ahead of Gameweek 17.

TRANSFERS OUT

Keiran Trippier (£7.0m) – Newcastle
Speaking of Trippier, the Newcastle full-back is still the most highly-owned defender in FPL, but he is losing owners at a rapid rate with almost 500k managers selling him so far this week. The England international is suspended for Gameweek 17 having reached five yellow cards, but he also picked up an injury in the Champions League recently, which could extend his absence.

Erling Haaland (£14.0m) – Man City
Many FPL bosses have chosen to take a risk by offloading Haaland without full knowledge of whether he will feature in Gameweek 17. Man City blank in Gameweek 18 due to the Club World Cup, which has hastened his sales, but if he turns up against Crystal Palace this weekend, plenty of FPL managers could come to regret their decision.

Bryan Mbeumo (£6.9m) – Brentford
After missing out on the weekend due to the injury he sustained in the previous gameweek, Mbeumo continues to see plenty of sales. It is currently unknown when the Brentford man will return to action, but it is not expected to be for some time so it would be no surprise to see the exodus of owners continue.

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.

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