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Steve Rothgeb takes a look at the FPL landscape ahead of Week 2, touching on players worth buying, selling, avoiding and keeping the faith with.
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Southampton winger Nathan Redmond has said that he "didn't believe how attacking" the team could be.

Last season, the Saints broadly disappointed mostly due to their inability to score, a fact underlined by the side scoring just 17 goals in 19 home games last season - a tally bettered by all but Sunderland. Redmond admitted that the team were "hesitant" at times last season, explaining that he knows he was. "There was a period at the start of the season when I was a bit more free flowing and had a stint towards Christmas when I was a bit hesitant." He went on to point out the EFL Cup Final defeat as a point where the side lost confidence. Redmond himself stated that he aims to reach double-figures for goals scored in the league this year after notching up seven last term. He said that new manager Mauricio Pellegrino has built "belief and confidence" within the squad and he expects the Saints' goal hoodoo to end soon.
Aug 17 - 7:54 PM

Brighton are one step closer to having new signing Jose Izquierdo playing for the club.

Brighton agreed a club record fee, believed to be £13.5m with Belgian side Club Brugge to sign Izquierdo. The club have now announced that they have to get international clearance for the move. When the deal was first announced by Hughton, he said: "Jose is someone we have been aware of for sometime and has been one of the stand-out players in the Belgian league over the past three year. He's been an exciting player for Club Brugge and in the season he helped the club win the title in 2015-16 he was also Belgium's Player of the Year." The left-winger could yet be in Brighton's squad to face Leicester on Saturday.

Brighton winger Anthony Knockaert has signed a new five year contract with the club.

The new deal will keep the former Leicester man at the AMEX until 2022. Knockaert signed for Brighton in January 2016 and has been clinical for the Seagulls, scoring 20 times in just 65 league games as well as creating many chances for his teammates. He is currently the Championship Player of the Season after driving his side to promotion last term. Knockaert may get his first PL start for Brighton this weekend at the grounds of his former club Leicester after spending another week recovering from an ankle injury suffered in pre-season. The Frenchman played for just 13 minutes against Man City last weekend after coming on as a sub.

Brighton and Hove Albion centre-back Lewis Dunk has signed a new long-term contract which signs him to the club until 2022.

Dunk made his first-team debut in 2011 for the club, and bar a short loan spell he has spent his whole professional career there. He has contributed to Brighton's rise up the top three tiers of English football. He will be hoping he can bounce back from scoring an own-goal in Brighton's first ever Premier League game against Man City last weekend by helping his team survive this season.

Brighton and Republic or Ireland defender Shane Duffy has signed a new contract with the club.

Duffy has signed a four year deal which will keep him at the AMEX until 2021. Duffy signed for Brighton for a club record £4 million fee from Blackburn Rovers, going on to partner club stalwart Lewis Dunk in the heart of the promotion winning defence.

Brighton midfielder Izzy Brown, on loan from Chelsea, will not be available for selection by Chris Hughton this weekend.

The Seagulls' second ever Premier League game and first on the road takes them to Leicester but Brown will not be there owing to a hamstring injury. The youngster spent the last week at his parent club being assessed but will now return to Brighton to continue his recovery. Defensive midfielder Beram Kayal and forward Sam Baldock are also sidelined this weekend. However, the good news for the club is that Anthony Knockaert may be fit to start against his former club after coming off the bench for 13 minutes last weekend.
Source: The Argus
Aug 17 - 5:36 PM

Fulham have confirmed Chelsea loanee Lucas Piazon has undergone successful surgery after suffering a fracture dislocation on his right ankle.

Piazon re-joined Fulham on loan for a second successive season, having made 33 appearances for the Cottagers last term. However, the Brazilian was substituted in the 35th minute against Leeds United on Tuesday night after a challenge by defender Conor Shaughnessy. Piazon, who suffered a broken jaw while playing for Fulham against Cardiff in February, will now undergo rehab in the coming months, although there is no timeline on the recovery period for the 23-year-old.
Source: BBC Sports
Aug 17 - 3:42 PM

Bournemouth have confirmed that young defender Baily Cargill has joined Fleetwood on a season-long loan.

The 22 year old joins his 5th loan club, this time in League One after spells at Coventry, Torquay and Welling as well as Gillingham just last season. Cargill lined out for Bournemouth in March against Manchester United in the PL as a sub.
Aug 17 - 3:34 PM
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