Fantasy Premier League news: 10 players who have changed position in 2017/18

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The Gunners may have missed out on the Champions League for the first time in more than two decades, but their consistent presence in this competition has been a huge factor behind their strong revenue stream.

A deal is thought to be edging closer for Inter Milan's Ivan Perisic, while Chelsea's Nemanja Matic and Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier both remain on Mourinho's radar.

Leicester let N'Golo Kanté go to Chelsea for £32 million and promptly saw him win the Premier League title again, and want to make sure they make a hefty profit on Mahrez as well, slapping a £40m valuation on the Algerian.

"United need to strengthen, but they all do - quite a bit", he added. You're not just talking about winning the Premier League title, you're talking about competing in Europe.

A source close to Under revealed that City were on the verge of completing the deal.

United meanwhile have Victor Lindelof and Lukaku, with City bringing in Bernardo Silva, Ederson and Kyle Walker, with Benjamin Mendy almost certain to join - with the possibility of Alexis Sanchez moving too.

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Neville feels that Spurs will be in contention ahead of the next season, but has backed either Manchester City or Manchester United to win the domestic crown.

Liverpool have been way down the Forbes list – in eighth spot – despite the clubs tremendous history.

For all Dream Team managers your goalkeeper can be a consistent point-scorer week in week out and in the end could prove the difference in your league.

"We want to be firing from the first minute".

There can be little doubt that Uniteds numbers will increase even further when the club consistently makes an appearance in the latter stages of the Champions League. While still ending up with 10 goals and 7 assists in 48 appearances, it is widely expected that he will leave the Foxes over this summer. His seven goals in the competition came at a rate of one every 93 minutes, and that included time spent playing on the right flank. Bravo remains with the club but he struggled last season. Until then, though, Chelsea will have to contend with the position of being the fourth biggest team in the Premier league in terms of value.

The Brazilian only arrived at Manchester City in January but made a big impression despite an injury-hit half-season in the Premier League. The Swedish defender made a move to the Premier League after a $40 million transfer from Benfica.