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FPL: Leeds United players FPL managers must watch out for

Leeds United qualified to enter the Premier League for the first time in 16 years when they beat Barnsley by a lone goal. The arrival of Leeds United to the Premier League means that there will be a lot of differential players to choose from for FPL managers when the new season starts likely in September. Although as a team that has been promoted to the elite Premier League, Leeds United are likely to beef up their squad with new players, however, this article is meant to decipher which of Leeds United's current players will be assets for FPL managers come next season. 

1. Patrick Bamford

We'll start with Patrick Bamford. The English international and former Chelsea man has been the star of the Leeds United team having 18 goal involvement with 16 goals and 2 assists. The 26 year averaged 2.9 shots per game only behind Saïd Benrahma of Brentford. Although he has missed 33 big chances the highest of chances missed of any player in the championship this season, he won 3 penalties for Leeds United. The English man will be a great asset for FPL managers if he keeps his form.

2. Jack Harrison

The 23 year old English man who has been on loan from Manchester City has been Leeds United's most creative player having had 14 goal involvements. He has scored 6 goals and 8 assists and has created 17 big chances for Leeds United. Jack Harrison looks like he will be a real challenger to Kevin De Bryune and a good price tag for FPL managers.

3. Kiko Casilla 

The former Madrid stopper has been exceptional for the whites in the championship this season, having kept 15 clean sheets. The 33 year old is a very experienced goal keeper and if all things go to plan, he should be a valuable asset for Leeds United. It is not surprising if a newly promoted side concedes a lot of goals, but Kiko's experience should earn him some points from saves and FPL managers should watch out for him.

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