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FPL 2023-24 – Gameweek 4 Movers & Shakers


It’s time to take a look at FPL’s version of the stock market as we assess the players that have been bought and sold in high numbers ahead of Gameweek 4.


Raheem Sterling (£7.1m) – Chelsea
No prizes for guessing who the most transferred in player is this week. The Sterling bandwagon is gathering steam after his 19-point haul against Luton, and with Nottingham Forest up next in Gameweek 4, hopes are high among his new owners that he can produce significant returns again.

James Maddison (£7.7m) – Tottenham
Maddison’s excellent performance against Bournemouth has caused FPL managers to clamour for his signature ahead of Tottenham’s Gameweek 4 fixture against Burnley. With three returns to his name so far, Maddison has fit in perfectly as his new club and his FPL managers investors will hope to profit from that.

Malo Gusto (£4.1m) – Chelsea
Fantasy bosses are always on the lookout for a budget defender with upside, and judging by his performance against Luton, Gusto certainly ticks that box. The Chelsea right-back, who is filling in for the injured Reece James at the moment, provided two assists for his teammates, which combined with his clean sheet and two bonus points, propelled him to a score of 14 points.


Gabriel (£4.8m) – Arsenal
Gabriel was one of the most heavily-sold players last week, and that is proving to be the case once again with the Arsenal centre-back finding himself on the bench for the third week running. With plenty of other defenders offering greater security of starting, FPL bosses are jumping ship from Gabriel, with his value so far dropping £0.2m as a result.

Marcus Rashford (£9.0m) – Man Utd
Despite registering his first returns of the season by assisting twice against Nottingham Forest last weekend, many FPL managers are nevertheless opting to sell Rashford, perhaps partly due to a tricky fixture coming up against Arsenal in Gameweek 4. However, with Rashford likely to now be playing in a wide left position where he is typically more effective, his sellers could well regret showing him the exit door.

Joao Pedro (£5.5m) – Brighton
Joao Pedro was a hugely popular FPL pick, especially after scoring from the spot in Gameweek 1, but having failed to start the last two games for Brighton, many of his owners have understandably lost patience. With other budget forwards more assured of a starting spot, it’s hardly surprising to see the market move this way.

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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