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FPL 2023-24 – Gameweek 3 Movers & Shakers

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It’s been a busy week for transfers in FPL with plenty of players both rising and falling in price based on their movement both in and out of fantasy teams.

We take a look at who’s hot and who’s not ahead of Gameweek 3.

TRANSFERS IN

Bryan Mbeumo (£6.7m) – Brentford

Mbeumo is one of a select group of players who have already risen by £0.2m since the start of the season. That is hardly surprising given his output, with the Brentford man scoring 16 points in Gameweek 2 – more than any player across all positions. Almost 750k managers have snapped up the Cameroonian international this week, with plenty more to come prior to the Gameweek 3 deadline.

Pervis Estupinan (£5.2m) – Brighton

Another FPL asset who has received a double rise, Estupinan was already a popular selection before the season began, but after three attacking returns in Brighton’s first two gameweeks, his ownership is now reaching sky high levels. Often found in the attacking third, the full-back is reaping the benefits from playing in a team that has scored eight goals already, and over half a million FPL managers have recognised this in the week leading up to Gameweek 3.

Solly March (£6.6m) – Brighton

Three Brighton players make up the top five most transferred-in players this week, and another one of those is Solly March, who in fact is the highest point-scorer in FPL after the first couple of gameweeks. A goal on the opening weekend was followed by a brace against Wolves last time out, making the Australian the joint-highest goalscorer in the Premier League so far.

TRANSFERS OUT

John Stones (£5.3m) – Man City

After failing to make the Man City squad in either of the first two gameweeks, Stones’ ownership is dropping like a stone at the moment. The England international was a popular asset in pre-Gameweek 1 teams, but in light of the news that Stones will be out until after the September international break, the centre-back is being sold in droves.

Gabriel (£4.9m) – Arsenal

Another centre-back who is seeing the exit door in many FPL teams, Gabriel has been a victim or team selection rather than injury. A mainstay in the Arsenal defence last season, Gabriel has started both of the Gunners’ Premier League games so far on the bench. Given his substantial ownership, it’s not surprising to see that he is already dropped in price this week.

Marcus Rashford (£9.0m) – Man Utd

Despite the fact Man Utd have a home fixture against Nottingham Forest in Gameweek 3, many have lost patience with Rashford after successive blanks against Wolves and Tottenham. When you factor in his premium price, as well as the plethora of mid-range midfielders who are returning points right now, it’s easy to see why Rashford is one of the most sold player this week.

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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