ONE TO WATCH:I would have thought this one would be quite obvious and to be quite honest I value this player a lot more than FI currently do.N’golo Kante in my opinion is one of the best midfielders in world football (when fit). The ‘now’ Chelsea player has had a tough time of recent with injuries but is just starting to get back to full fitness.Winning the league back in 2016 it’s safe to say Kante was one of, if not the stand out player in that Leicester squad. Constantly breaking down the game and doing the dirty work providing for the forwards to push on to score goals and win games.He has one of the biggest engines  in the game and I’m excited to see him return to the starting XI at Stamford Bridge and get back to somewhere near his best. I do believe he starts every game (when fit) under Lampard and I will definitely be holding a few shares at a low price 91p.Hopefully we will see a start tonight for Kante, away at Valencia where I believe he will have an impact and with a few games under his belt and some growth in confidence I can see N’golo rising above £1 in no time at all.What are your thoughts Chelsea fans?

ONE TO WATCH:I think everyone forgets how old Jack Grealish is.. At the age of 24 the attacking midfielder has been around the block and has really learnt his craft the hard way.Now back where he belongs in the PL after spells in the Championship, the Englishman captains Aston Villa week in week out, where he feels most at home and has been in awesome form of past.The youngster loves an assist, always looks to run at goal positively and will always pick you up a goal here and there.His price has picked up over the last few weeks, with some match winning performances but I still feel this can go further and further always picking up some nice dividends in return.I think it’s only a matter of time until he does get an England 1st team call up as Southgate isn’t scared to give the youngsters a chance at the big time, where I think Jack’s price will shoot up from it’s current position of £2.41 per share.

ONE TO WATCH: Curtis Jones is definitely on my list as a future long term superstar. The youngster has shown unbelievable talent in the youth squad at Liverpool as well as the national team and captains their u19s.I have a lot of friends whom are Liverpool fans and they can’t find a bad world to say about the kid, with a strong smile on their faces.He made his first team debut in the Carabao cup when Klopp put out a very weakened squad which came through as winners against Arsenal in the last round with Jones scoring the winning penalty.Like I said previously I like this as a long term trade looking for Jones to break into the 1st team at Liverpool on a regular basis.The midfielder has just scored a hat trick for the u19s against Napoli in the Uefa Youth League this evening. (Just think of the dividends)Definitely a future star on Merseyside at £1.46 a share in my eyes!

ONE TO WATCH:Napoli’s central defensive BEAST that is Kalidou Koulibaly.We have seen in recent times how important a big, strong defensive player is needed in the current game and I truly believe this guy is the next Van Djik.He’s strong, skillful and has bundles of talent, regularly picking up the captains armband at Napoli.
After seeing the astonishing amount of money that was paid for VVD as a very similar player to the Liverpool star.Koulibaly can always be a threat from set pieces, grabbing a handful of goals here and there.After a good display yesterday, completely bossing the game at Anfield in their 1-1 draw in the Champions League, I definitely think he’s a future star with a big club swooping in for him come the end of the season.You can pick the big guy from Senegal up for just £1.22 a share.

ONE TO WATCH:After his recent move from UTD to Roma, I always thought this could go either one or two ways for Chris Smalling. The former Manchester United defender had a tough time at the reds but looks to be thriving out in Italy under new boss Paulo Fonseca.Smalling is still pretty fairly priced at just 61p a share and is now up over 30% within 7days.He looked cool, calm & collected and completely bossed the game at the weekend in Roma’s 3-0 home win over Brescia.Please see Chris Smalling’s performance from that game below:49’ – Goal, 57’ – Assist, 66’ – Assist, FT – Clean Sheet, Man Of The Match – Masterclass. Will you be holding any shares?

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