Ahead of each new matchday, one player from each of the 18 Bundesliga clubs will be made available for a cut-price deal in the new Fantasy sales feature.
Each matchday a selected player from each club will have their price reduced by 10%. The players will be chosen if they are perhaps set to return from injury, have just joined a club or are simply someone we think managers should be interested in.
These players are highlighted on the transfer market and a link to this feature will be visible on the Matchday Recap. You can also filter for players on sale.
Here’s a tip: players who are available to buy at a reduced price will also only be worth that new price to managers wishing to sell them that week. As soon as the weekly offer ends, the player’s value returns to normal.
Wise wheeling and dealing, perhaps even with a player who isn't even available this matchday, can therefore earn a cunning coach a bit of extra cash...
Matchday 17's bargains:
Augsburg: Dion Beljo (FW: 7M -> 6.3M)
Bayer Leverkusen: Nadiem Amiri (MF: 7.8M -> 7M)
Bayern Munich: Yann Sommer (GK: 9.1M -> 8.2M)
Bochum: Saidy Janko (DF: 1.3M -> 1.2M)
Borussia Dortmund: Julian Ryerson (DF: 5.9M -> 5.3M)
Borussia Mönchengladbach: Nathan Ngoumou (MF: 5.5M -> 5M)
Cologne: Denis Huseinbasic (MF: 1.3M -> 1.2M)
Eintracht Frankfurt: Randal Kolo Muani (FW: 13.3M -> 12M)
Freiburg: Nicolas Höfler (MF: 7.5M -> 6.8M)
Hertha Berlin: Suar Serdar (MF: 7.7M -> 6.9M)
Hoffenheim: Ihlas Bebou (FW: 9.8M -> 8.8M)
RB Leipzig: Benjamin Henrichs (DF: 9.5M -> 8.6M)
Mainz: Andreas Hanche-Olsen (DF: 4.7M -> 4.2M)
Schalke: Soichiro Kozuki (FW: 4.2M -> 3.8M)
Union Berlin: Danilho Doekhi (FW: 5.8M -> 5.3M)
VfB Stuttgart: Konstantinos Mavropanos (DF: 12.2M -> 11M)
Werder Bremen: Mitchell Weiser (DF: 4.8M -> 4.3M)
Wolfsburg: Patrick Wimmer (MF: 11.7M -> 10.5M)
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