Ryan Sessegnon, Justin Kluivert, Douglas Costa, Bouna Sarr and Amin Younes (l-r.) are some of the deadline day arrivals you should consider using your unlimited Fantasy transfers on. - © DFL
Ryan Sessegnon, Justin Kluivert, Douglas Costa, Bouna Sarr and Amin Younes (l-r.) are some of the deadline day arrivals you should consider using your unlimited Fantasy transfers on. - © DFL

Douglas Costa and the 5 best deadline day transfers to buy in Fantasy

The summer transfer window may have slammed shut, but that doesn't mean that you can't still buy Douglas Costa, Justin Kluivert and Co. with unlimited transfers in the official Bundesliga Fantasy game!

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bundesliga.com outlines five of the best new arrivals who could give you the edge…

Douglas Costa
Club: Bayern Munich
Joined from: Juventus (on loan)
Position: Forward
Price: 12m

Watch: Costa's Top 5 Bundesliga goals!

Douglas Costa may be the most expensive Fantasy player in this list, but he is a relatively cheap way into Bayern's attack considering that teammates Thomas Müller and Serge Gnabry each cost at least 5m more. Real-life wingers listed as in-game forwards rather than midfielders tend not to be the most reliable source of Fantasy points, but this is a player who plundered 14 goals and 27 assists in his two previous seasons with the club prior to his summer 2017 switch to Juventus. The Brazilian should also get minutes, with Bayern defending a continental treble in a packed-together season in 2020/21.

Justin Kluivert
Club: RB Leipzig
Joined from: Roma
Position: Forward
Price: 11m

Much like Costa, Justin Kluivert is a wide man listed as a forward in the game. But then again so is his new Leipzig teammate Emil Forsberg, and the Swede has still racked up 29 Fantasy points with two goals and as many assists which has helped send Julian Nagelsmann's side to the top of the table heading into the first international break of the season. Kuivert registered seven goals and two assists for Roma last season; and if Nagelsmann can turn Christopher Nkunku from a three-goal, two-assist Paris Saint-Germain protagonist into a five-goal, 15-assist star for Leipzig - as he did last season - just think what he might be able to do with the young Dutchman.

Bouna Sarr
Club: Bayern Munich
Joined from: Marseille
Position: Defender
Price: 9m

"Bomb down that flank there, Bouna" - Sarr joined Bayern from Marseille after impressing coach Hansi Flick (r.) when the sides met in pre-season. - imago images / Lackovic

Bouna Sarr could prove to be an absolute steal in Fantasy. A more attacking right-back than Benjamin Pavard - who costs 6.1m more in-game - he will rack up just as many clean sheet points when he plays, but it also more likely to contribute going forward. He scored twice for Marseille last season, while his three assists might have been higher if more of his 47 shot-creating actions had ultimately rippled the net. Lining up 10 times wide right of Marseille's attack, he also won the most duels (268) in all competitions. At 9m, he is a budget-friendly way into Bayern's "defence".

Ryan Sessegnon
Club: Hoffenheim
Joined from: Tottenham Hotspur
Position: Defender
Price: 9m

Another attacking defender on this list, England U21 international Ryan Sessegnon will spend the season on loan at Hoffenheim from Tottenham Hotspur. Injuries held up his progress in North London last year, but this is a player who enjoyed a career-best 15 goals and six assists for Fulham in 2017/18, and is still only 20. The Sinsheimers' proclivity to use wing-backs also remains intact, even if Sebastian Hoeneß has replaced Alfred Schreuder as coach this summer, with all three Bundesliga games to date using a variation of a 3-4-3.

Amin Younes
Club: Eintracht Frankfurt
Joined from: Napoli
Position: Midfielder
Price: 6m

Borussia Mönchengladbach youth product Amin Younes is back in the Bundesliga after an injury-interrupted spell in Italy with Napoli. - imago images / LaPresse

Last but by no means least on this list is Amin Younes. A Germany international left winger, Younes's progress somewhat stalled at Napoli, but if he can rediscover even half of the Ajax form that earned him a move to Italy - 17 goals and 25 assists in three seasons - then Frankfurt will have pulled off a coup; and so could you. Younes is listed as a midfielder, meaning every assist he gets will count for one more than those Costa and Kluivert manage. Incumbent left sider Filip Kostic - a Fantasy and Frankfurt favourite - also happens to be injured.