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

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

Bosses at the Premier League are apparently considering the possibility of bringing legal live streams to their customers, according to website Digiday.

"We've made sure we put the work in during the off period - our runs and our exercises - to come back ready for pre-season and we've been working hard all last week", Sterling said.

Having grown up (football-wise) in Portugal and having learned his trade with Sporting CP's youth establishment, Eric Dier has transformed into one of the most important cogs of Tottenham's superb midfield - his positional awareness, discipline and underrated passing ability creating the solid base for those further forward to unleash their considerable attacking talents. Perisic had, to all intents and purposes, committed to United, with news breaking he had agreed personal terms.

"I said last season that the title would come to Manchester - and I was wrong - but I think this year it will", Neville told Sky Sports. Whether that is of interest for the Foxes remains to be seen. But he is a popular figure with the supporters and will be itching to prove that he can be the team's creative spark in 2017/18.

Along with with all the footballing action there will be the usual mix of European Rugby Union, Rugby League, Tennis, Boxing, NFL, GAA, Darts and WWE.

Speaking to his employers ahead of the new season, Neville admitted that his prediction for last season didn't quite pan out, but he has stuck to his guns and gone with the same outlook for the coming year.

City, who last won the title in 2014 and finished 15 points behind champions Chelsea last season, have added goalkeeper Ederson for a reported £34.7 million (Dh166.9m), midfielder Bernardo Silva for £43m and defender Kyle Walker for £50m.

With club icon John Terry having left Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were in need of a new defensive lynchpin and they have turned to Mustafi's international colleague Rudiger, who joins from Roma. 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.

A huge flop, Mangala's fee of £32m to join City from Porto looked overpriced enough after he was allowed to join Valencia on loan.

Already 26, it has been a circuitous route to the Premier League for Mooy since his decision to leave Bolton for St Mirren in 2010.

Faring slightly better than Mangala, Otamendi has also struggled to justify a large price tag after two seasons in the Premier League.

Jose Mourinho traditionally wins the league in his second season at a new club, but do so, as well as competing in Europe, Neville believes United need "at least four or five" new signings.