Dortmund, Barcelona, Napoli! Sounds like the premier class, but it's the Euro League.
The Euro League starts into the knockout phase, with games that will bring joy. Barcelona, who otherwise only feel at home in the Champ. League, must prevail against Napoli. Dortmund gets to play against Glasgow Rangers. Lazio travels to Porto and Leipzig will host Real Sociedad. We can’t wait to see whether the supposed favorites will prevail or whether the underdogs will surprise us. As always, we present you interesting players for your squad, which could help you to succeed.
Tomáš Vaclík (10.8m, Olympiacos): Vaclík has kept a clean sheet in his last two Super League games. Against Atalanta, he will get quite a bit of shots on goal and will be able to show off his skills.
Rafael Tolói (12.0m, Atalanta): The 31-year-old center back and captain of Atalanta already impressed with his duel strength in the 1-1 draw against Juventus and should call it up again against Olympiacos to collect plenty of won duels.
Yaroslav Rakitskiy (16.2 million, Zenit): Rakitskiy was already able to attract attention in the group stage of the Champ. League with great performances. With an average of 316 points and a price tag of 16.2m, he definitely belongs in the shortlist for your lineup.
Manuel Akanji (16.0m, Dortmund): Manuel Akanji finished the 22nd matchday in the Bundesliga with an outstanding 426 points and 9x duels won. In the Euro League, Dortmund has to face Rangers at home. The runner-up from the Scottish league will probably be a more demanding caliber than Union and Akanji’s duel strength will be in demand again.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos (7.2 million, Olympiacos): Sokratis’ style of play is characterized primarily by his robustness in duels. That’s exactly what it takes to get a lot of points from the duels. For 7.2 million, he is interesting for any SPITCH manager and at least worth considering.
Sebastien Thill (12.6 million, Sheriff): Thill had an average of 298 points in the group stage of the Champ. League and was still priced a little cheaper at 4.8 million. Due to his strong performances, his market value has now been increased somewhat. For 12.6 million he is still a player worth having in the ranks, because in addition to his high average points he is the penalty taker for Sheriff.
Christopher Nkunku (22,8 Mio., Leipzig): The Frenchman has already shown his skills in the Champ. League group stage. He netted seven times in six games and judging by his performance in the Bundesliga, he will be no less effective in front of goal in the Euro League.
Reinier (5.0 million, Dortmund): On the last matchday in the Bundesliga, it was only enough for the bench and a late substitution for now. At his price, he is definitely a bargain and if he gets in the starting eleven against Rangers, you can’t go wrong with him.
Mislav Oršić (8.9m, Zagreb): Oršić is producing goals non-stop for Zagreb. He has scored four times in the last three games. It won’t be an easy game for Zagreb against Sevilla, and they will hope he can maintain his form from the league in the Europa League. If he can do that, then for 8.9 million he is a player who can make the difference in your squad.
Anthony Martial (14.9 million, Sevilla): The ex-United player has been able to get a foothold at Sevilla and has already added an assist to the Spaniards’ game. Sevilla will face Zagreb in the Euro League, where the Frenchman can once again underline his offensive strengths.
Adama Traore (13.0 million, Barcelona): Traore is already doing Barcelona’s game good with his energetic sprints along the sidelines. In the last game, he saved the Catalans a point with a late assist for de Jong. Now it’s on against Napoli and we can look forward to the first display of Barcelona’s new additions on the international stage.
- Dani Olmo (14.3 million, Leipzig).
- Sergej Milinković-Savić (11.8 million, L.Rome)
- Galeno (18.9 million, Porto)