Euro 2016 Fantasy Football tips: Transfers you must make for the quarter-finals

first_img Michy Batshuayi (Belgium) – €6.0m – After his goalscoring cameo against Hungary on Sunday night, his world is about to turn upside down. A £33m Premier League move looks likely in the coming days with Chelsea set to swoop, while he could get another Euro 2016 chance against Wales. Renato Sanches (Portugal) – €4.4m – His cameo against Croatia was very promising and highlighted his ability to go from box-to-box in flash. He could, finally, be given a start against Poland and if he gets the better of Grzegorz Krychowiak could fire Portugal into the semi-finals. Jonas Hector (Germany) – €5.6m – The Germany left-back has starred in France and could well give Italy problems on the flank. An assist isn’t out of the question and a clean sheet too, if the organised world champions can curb the Azzurri attack. 8 8 8 Eden Hazard (Belgium) – €9.5m – He struggled against Italy but has proved his quality in later matches before scoring a wonderful goal against Hungary, while he’s also got three assists in three games. If he’s on form, he’ll give Chris Gunter and James Chester a tough time on Friday night. 8 8 Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) – €7.5m – Click the right arrow above for more Euro 2016 transfer tips… – After a tough season at Fiorentina, it seemed the Polish winger’s fortunes were in descent. In France, though, he’s come roaring back and got two goals and one assist in four games. He’s in form and a good option to slot into your squad. Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal) – €4.0m – Borussia Dortmund’s new signing has looked very handy at left-back for Fernando Santos’ side. He’s another cheap player you may want to bring in so you can spend more on other areas. 8 Samuel Umtiti (France) – €4.0m – Adil Rami is suspended for Les Bleus clash with Iceland, so it’s either Umtiti or Eliaquim Mangala for Didier Deschamps. His currently leaning appears to be towards the Lyon star and as he’s dirt-cheap we recommend him. He might even get you a clean sheet. At Euro 2016, the 24 teams who began the tournament have now been whittled down to eight nations.It’s going to be a thrilling weekend of action as they all face off for a place in next week’s semi-finals, but what does it mean for your Fantasy Football teams?Well, it’s likely you’ve lost a few good in the last few days, although we don’t think you can clash any English players as good.So, now you have got to patch up your squad, and you can either make four free transfers or use your wildcard – it’s up to you.You’ll definitely need to ditch your players who are out of the tournament but, who should you replace them with?Click the right arrow above for some top Euro 2016 Fantasy Football transfer tips… Jordan Lukaku (Belgium) – €4.5m – Another man set to benefit from a suspension, Romelu’s brother is likely to replace Thomas Vermaelen in the Belgian team. He will slot in at left-back as Spurs star Jan Vertonghen moves central to reunite with club partner Toby Alderweireld. 8 8last_img

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