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Fantasy AnalysisKalinic caught the eye in the Ukranian league over the last three seasons before moving to Fiorentina, and he proved his quality by finishing among the top 10 scorers in Serie A. He has three years left on his current contract and will look to improve on his impressive debut campaign in 2016/17.
Fantasy AnalysisKalou managed just six league goals after transferring from Lille last season, but he thrived in his first full year in Germany, finishing sixth in the league in scoring. Kalou has a year remaining on his current contract and should be a go-to option for Hertha again next season.
Fantasy AnalysisCalhanoglu was deployed in a variety of positions throughout the season and recorded a career-high in assists thanks partly to his strong run in the Champions League, where he had four helpers in addition to a pair of goals in just six matches. The 22-year-old has three years left on his current contract and seems likely to remain with the club this summer despite interest from abroad.
Fantasy AnalysisHamid tore his meniscus back in January but has fully recovered and will retake his starting spot, moving Travis Worra to a reserve role. Hamid is arguably one of the best keepers in Major League Soccer, and his return is certainly a solid boost to D.C.
Fantasy AnalysisThe attacker seems to be getting better with age, as he tied his personal best in goals while recording double-digit assists for the first time in his career. Raffael was one of just two players to finish with at least 10 goals and assists in the Bundesliga this year and should be an integral part of Monchengladbach's attack in 2016/17, which is the final season on his current contract.
Fantasy AnalysisAduriz is now 35 years of age, but be blew his previous personal best of 19 goals out of the water thanks to a prolific run in the Europa League, where he netted 10 times in as many starts. Aduriz, who is under contract for one more season, is a front-runner to start for Spain at Euro 2016 after his exceptional campaign.
Fantasy AnalysisAlba has been a steady offensive contributor from the back since joining Barca four years ago, and he finished tops in the league among defenders in assists this season. He is under contract for four more years with the Spanish giants and is firmly entrenched as the left fullback heading into next season.
Fantasy AnalysisInsigne started the most games of his young career by a wide margin, and re responded with a genuine breakout, finishing tied for 10th in Serie A in scoring and fifth in assists. He has drawn serious interest from abroad after his excellent season and could be on the move this summer if Napoli feel inclined to cash in.
Fantasy AnalysisBonaventura took a large step forward this campaign, as he played all over the pitch and set a career-high in assists, although a quiet second half of the season saw him fall just short of a personal best in the goal department. He has clearly developed into one of the most important players in the Rossoneri squad and should be heavily relied upon in 2016/17.
Fantasy AnalysisWith Alvaro Saborio away on international duty, Kamara could very well find himself in the starting lineup. Granted, there are still other forwards above him on the depth chart. According to coach Ben Olsen, the team has a plan to get him some time, so a start seems unlikely. Luciano Acosta will likely get the call up front, or even Fabian Espindola.