FPL price changes Rises, Falls And Top Transfers Ahead Of GW 29

FPL price changes: Rises, Falls And Top Transfers Ahead Of GW 29

FPL: In the most recent update to Fantasy Premier League player prices, which occurred on March 13th, two players have seen their values rise by £0.1m. Pedro Porro from Spurs now stands at £5.8m, while Jarrod Bowen of West Ham United is now priced at £8.0m. Notably, there were no players who experienced a decrease in price on this date.

Looking back at changes from the previous day, on March 12th, Benjamin White of Arsenal and James Maddison from Spurs both saw their prices rise by £0.1m, reaching £5.7m and £8.0m, respectively. However, there were no players who saw a decrease in value on that day. Prior to that, on March 11th, Son Heung-min’s price rose to £9.9m, while Kevin De Bruyne’s value fell to £10.5m.

Kevin De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne celebrates goal against Newcastle (Credits: Getty)

Meanwhile, on March 10th, several players including Kai Havertz, Jakub Kiwior, Declan Rice, Marcus Tavernier, and Virgil van Dijk experienced price increases, while others such as Billy Gilmour, Miguel Almiron, and Divin Mubama saw their values drop. These fluctuations in player prices prompt FPL managers to reassess their squad compositions and make strategic adjustments accordingly.

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Most Transfers In Most Transfers Out
Son (TOT): 285,281Trippier (NEW): 185,707
Porro (TOT): 123,171Solanke (BOU): 126,468
Maddison (TOT): 121,272De Bruyne (MCI): 115,386
Toney (BRE): 108,176Saka (ARS): 109,000
Romero (TOT): 80,528Haaland (MCI): 78,952
Most Transfer In and Out players in FPL

In Gameweek 29 of FPL, significant transfer activity has been observed, with certain players attracting the most attention from managers. Son from Tottenham Hotspur leads the list with a staggering 285,281 transfers in, followed by Porro from the same club with 123,171 transfers in.

Maddison, also from Tottenham Hotspur, has garnered considerable interest with 121,272 transfers in. Toney from Brentford and Romero from Tottenham Hotspur complete the top five most-transferred-in players. On the other hand, Trippier from Newcastle United tops the list of most transfers out with 185,707 transfers out, followed closely by Solanke from Bournemouth with 126,468 transfers out.

De Bruyne from Manchester City, Saka from Arsenal, and Haaland from Manchester City complete the top five most-transferred-out players. These transfers indicate a significant shift in manager strategies as they seek to optimize their squads for the upcoming gameweek.