Man City Dream Team Player Stats 2016/2017

Man City had a fairly average season based on their early expectations to be challenging for the league title. They will be certain to mount a bigger challenge next season, as a result I thought it would be useful to store their player stats from the 2016/2017 season. This should give us a bit of an insight when it comes to deciding who to select for the next campaign.

Player Points Games Played
Caballero 84 27
Bravo 50 30
Hart 5 1
Otamendi 174 43
Kolarov 147 40
Clichy 112 39
Stones 95 41
Zabaleta 83 32
Sagna 72 25
Kompany 53 15
De Bruyne 214 49
Sterling 159 47
Silva 153 45
Toure 120 31
Sane 107 37
Fernandinho 89 44
Gundogan 56 16
Navas 29 36
Delph 22 13
Fernando 20 27
Aguero 307 35
Jesus 74 11
Nolito 63 30
Iheanacho 61 29

Players who may be worth considering for next season

Stones – despite not even reaching the 100 point mark last season, I’d still go for Stones again purely based on his low price tag. If he remains as low as he was last time around he will certainly be in my team again.

De Bruyne – provided the most assists of any players in the Premier League and finished with over 200 points. His value was fairly low by the end of the season. He could be a useful reasonably priced midfielder to have next season.

Sterling/Sane – should De Bruyne prove too expensive, a cheaper alternative may be Sterling or Sane. Both will play in more advanced roles and if they put a run of good form together could rack up a good number of points.

Aguero – historically Aguero has always been the first name on my team sheet. He’s been a consistent point scorer for years. He may not be the first player I select next season but he will definitely be a strong contender for one of the three striker positions.

Jesus – made an instant impact on the Premier League before picking up a lengthy injury. The young Brazilian looked to have ended Aguero’s Man City career before his lay off. However Aguero was quickly back amongst the goals. At this stage it’s difficult to tell who will be the main man up front for City next season, either way Jesus could be a perfect cheaper option if he gets a lot of game time.

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