We always want the very best for our Dream Team.
That’s why we spend countless hours researching player stats and form, while comparing fantasy football prices and upcoming fixtures.
But sometimes, we just like pick a player because everyone else is picking them.
If that sounds like you, then here’s the most popular signings on Dream Team this month…
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1 Sergio Aguero (Man City)
By-far the most popular player on Dream Team this month has been Man City’s goal-scoring expert Aguero.
The Argentinian has netted seven times in February; hat-tricks against Arsenal and Chelsea, as well as the opener in City’s Champions League win over Schalke.
Thanks to those goals, he’s picked up 63 points this month.
No wonder you’ve all been snapping him up in your droves.
2 Paul Pogba (Man United)
It’s amazing what a change in manager can do, isn’t it?
Pogba has been re-born under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, scoring nine times since the Norwegian took over in December.
His excellent performances continued this month, with Pog picking up 35 points on Dream Team.
If you’re looking for in-form midfielder who likes to score goals, then there’s not many players better than the Frenchman right now.
3 Son Heung-min (Spurs)
Son has contributed to 16 goals in all competitions for Spurs this season.
That’s pretty impressive, but you also need to consider the fact that his campaign was rudely interrupted by South Korea’s place in the Asian Cup back in January.
His little trip to the United Arab Emirates certainly didn’t faze him though, as he’s netted four times since his return to North London.
As a result, Dream Team managers has been clambering to get this guy back in their teams.
4 Gonzalo Higuain (Chelsea)
Chelsea’s January loan signing of Higuain was certainly intriguing, and plenty of you have taken a gamble on him since his arrival.
Perhaps it’s his relatively affordable price-tag (currently, he’s valued at £4.3m on Dream Team) or his immense goal-scoring record in Italy and Spain?
But with just 13 points to his name so far, we’re yet to see what he’s really capable of.
5 Kevin De Bruyne (Man City)
The start of De Bruyne’s season was riddled with injury problems, but he’s seemingly left all that behind him.
77 points so far on Dream Team make him one of the best midfielders to pick right now, and he’ll be a key figure in Man City’s team as they look to defend their Premier League crown.
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