Transfers are here, Dream Teamers.
Yes you’ll find THREE swanky switches in your inbox on Friday 1 November, which means you can finally address that ailing side of yours.
November could be a key month, with some sides playing in as many as three different competitions.
So which players should you be looking at? We’ve picked out five that would be perfect for your team this month…
1 Christian Pulisic – £2.7m
Captain America has finally arrived and Dream Team gaffers should be taking note.
Frank Lampard has eased Pulisic into English football, slowly dipping his toe in the water rather than tossing him in at the deep end.
Pulisic’s sensational hat-trick against Burnley surely means he’ll feature more over the coming weeks, with Chelsea playing Crystal Palace and Watford in their next two league games.
2 Benjamin Mendy – £3.9m
Mr Frustrating is back, but will this be for good?
Mendy’s injury record has caused plenty of Dream Team dismay in recent years, but when he is fit he’s absolutely prolific.
He’s started the last few games for Man City and is a constant assist threat, so will surely pick up a few across the course of November.
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3 Sadio Mane – £6.7m
Liverpool’s highest scoring player this season, Mane just keeps getting better and better.
Lionel Messi voted for him in the Ballon d’Or stakes and he really has been as good as anyone in 2019.
Mane will be licking his lips with Aston Villa, Genk, Man City, Palace, Napoli and Brighton on the horizon this month.
4 Kieran Tierney – £2.8m
Arsenal are in desperate need of new defensive faces and Tierney is finally approaching full fitness.
He’s impressed in the Europa League so far and surely will be given the nod in the Premier League now.
Sead Kolasinac; that bench needs warming mate.
5 Youri Tielemans – £3m
After a sluggish start to the season Tielemans has really burst into life.
The classy midfielder is instrumental to Brendan Rodgers’ eye-catching side and he scored in back-to-back games against Burnley and Southampton.
He has four goals and three assists so far ahead of some reasonable fixtures for Leicester in November.