Fantasy football: Who are the top 5 most popular player transfers in February?

The Premier League title race has started to get rather tasty and all the big boys have been fighting it out in the Champions League and Europa League.

With plenty of points up for grabs, we’ve looked at the players you’ve been spending your Dream Team allowance on in February.

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Fantasy football: Who are the top 5 most popular player transfers in February?

1 Sergio Aguero (Man City)

By-far the most popular player on Dream Team this month has been Man City’s goal-scoring expert Aguero.

The Argentinian has netted seven times in February; two hat-tricks against Arsenal and then Chelsea, as well as the opener in City’s Champions League win over Schalke.

Thanks to those goals, he’s picked up 63 points this month. No wonder you’ve all been snapping him up in droves.

2 Paul Pogba (Man United)

It’s amazing what a change in manager can do, isn’t it?

Pogba has been re-born under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, having scored nine times since the Norwegian took over in December.

Pog’s picked up 35 points this month and was the star of the show against Leicester, Fulham and Chelsea.

If you need to pick an in-form midfielder who likes to score goals, then there’s not many players better than the Frenchman right now.

3 Son Heung-min (Spurs)

Son has contributed to 16 goals in all competitions for Spurs this season.

That’s impressive enough, but then consider the fact that his campaign was rudely interrupted by South Korea’s place in the Asian Cup back in January.

His little trip to the United Arab Emirates certainly didn’t faze him though, as he’s netted four times since his return to North London.

As a result, Dream Team managers has been clambering to get this guy back in their teams.

4 Gonzalo Higuain (Chelsea)

Chelsea’s January loan signing of Higuain was certainly intriguing, and plenty of you have taken a gamble of snapping him up this month.

Perhaps it’s his relatively affordable price-tag (currently, he’s valued at £4.3m on the game) or his immense goal-scoring record in Italy and Spain?

But with just 13 points to his name so far, we’re yet to see what he’s really capable of.

5 Kevin De Bruyne (Man City)

Man City have closed the gap to Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table to just a single point.

Pep Guardiola’s side are hungry for more title success this term, and they’ll be looking to the likes of Aguero, David Silva and this guy to help them leap-frog the Reds.

De Bruyne has seemingly left his injury problems in the past and is well on course to have another excellent season.

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