ONE TO WATCH: Eberechi Eze.. Unless you’re an avid follower of Championship football you may not have heard of Eze, but he’s having a breakout year at QPR this season. Just 21, he’s started every match for Rangers this season and has already tallied nine goals and four assists in just under 2000 minutes of football. Statsbomb did a really nice feature on him back in October and particularly noted his versatility — while Mark Warburton has employed him mostly in the hole at the #10 position, he’s equally comfortable in a wide attacking midfield role and has also been dropped deeper as a #8 on a few occasions this season.Heavily linked with Spurs and other big clubs in the PL it’s only a matter of time until he gets a big move.Definitely worth keeping an eye on him at 1.95 a share. – Josh with the tip on this one!

ONE TO WATCH:I’ve taken a look at the IPO’s that are being released today and after speaking with a few other members, my pick of the bunch is Emerson.There has been a lot of talk about the forward from Real Betis and there seems to be a lot of hype around the 21 year old.
He plays regularly at the minute for Betis in La Liga and he ticks a lot of boxes in my opinion.
FI mentioned his price should be released around 1.00-1.30. Will you be purchasing the Brazilian?

ONE TO WATCH: RCD Espanyol’s winger – Adri Embarba.
Surprising that Embarba is still only 0.68.He had a couple of dividend wins last season, and now he’s back in the top flight. He got an assist today 5 mins after coming on!
What do you guys think?

ONE TO WATCH: Leeds United have signed RB Leipzig striker Jean-Kevin Augustin on loan until the end of the season.The 22-year-old came through the youth system at Paris St-Germain and made 28 appearances for the French champions before joining Leipzig in 2017.He spent the first half of this campaign on loan at Monaco, but only started four games.The France youth international has played in the Champions League and Europa League with Leipzig.Looks like a class act at 0.91 especially has he will now be playing his football in England!

Ex Liverpool and now Juventus midfielder Emre Can has struggled since being out in Italy to get game time.
A class player with a lot more to give to a club that gives him a regular start.
Dortmund have been heavily linked with the man and the signing makes sense to me as he grew up in Germany.
Still priced fairly at 1.13 per share, I’m definitely adding some to my portfolio hoping for his move.
What a team Dortmund are creating!

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