FPL Transfers In and Out – Live Data

Transfers are an integral part of Fantasy Premier League. With 37 free transfers, in addition to two Wildcards that give you unlimited transfers available across the FPL season, knowing who is being transferred in and out is vital information.

Generally, who is being transferred in and out indicates who the best and worst players in FPL currently are. So, if you follow the masses you can’t go too far wrong.

Net transfers in on a given Gameweek also give you a good idea of which player’s FPL price is going to rise/fall. Having good team value in comparison to other managers allows you to get more expensive players as the season progresses.

Consequently, you can use the below table to not only gauge who the best players are at a given moment but to use it as indication of which players will receive price rises. You should use the transfers by Gameweek statistics for this.

FPL Transfers In, Transfers Out, Net Transfers Table

PLAYER TEAM POSITION GW
TRANSFERS
IN
GW
TRANSFERS
OUT
GW
NET
TRANSFERS
TOTAL
TRANSFERS
IN
TOTAL
TRANSFERS
OUT
TOTAL
NET
TRANSFERS

The above table shows the following for every player in Fantasy Premier League:

  • Transfers In for the Gameweek
  • Transfers Out for the Gameweek
  • Net Transfers for the Gameweek
  • Transfers In for the season
  • Transfers Out for the season
  • Net Transfers for the season

It sorted by net transfers for the Gameweek. You can sort the table by the column you want by simply clicking on the column heading.

It is important to note there’s far more to picking a good FPL team than just looking at transfer statistics.

Often a player may have a very low pick percentage, so when they do come into form their transfers in may be exaggerated.

Conversely, when the likes of Bruno Fernandes or Mohamed Salah have a dip in form, or tough upcoming fixtures, their transfers out may also be exaggerated.

In addition to this there a lot of FPL managers who don’t take the game as seriously as the hardcore contingent. Therefore, they are more likely to jump on an unjustified bandwagon or miss an excellent pick that may require more astute research.