The most recent Premier League fantasy news from RotoWire.
Fantasy AnalysisDespite starting his time with the club relatively alone, Arsenal's new striker may make his first appearance for the club against Benfica on Saturday once all of his working papers are in order.
Fantasy AnalysisManchester United won another match on the tour against Roma on Saturday, and Phil Jones and Chris Smalling are both in contention to replace the young Brazilian.
Fantasy AnalysisEmnes is on the border of making the starting 11, but his knee injury certainly doesn't help that cause. He'll get it scanned in two weeks to determine if he'll need to be sidelined longer than just the opener against Manchester United on Aug. 16.
Fantasy AnalysisBritton will get his knee scanned in two weeks to determine if he'll have to miss more than just the opening contest against Manchester United on Aug. 16. His absence will open up a spot in the starting lineup, but it's still a bit early to determine who'll get the opportunity to step up into that role.
Fantasy AnalysisThe Tigers played their starters for most of the preseason match which allowed Long to score in the second half. Despite joining Hull City in January, Long still managed to tie for the team lead with four goals scored last season and looks primed to lead the attack for another season.
Fantasy AnalysisLovren becomes the third player from Southampton to move to Anfield, joining Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana. Lovren is an immediate upgrade at centerback, where he'll start alongside Martin Skrtel.
Fantasy AnalysisThere doesn't appear to be anything here that would warrant Coleman not being ready for the Premier League opener, but it's certainly something worth monitoring once the team returns to England.
Fantasy AnalysisThe injury is not considered serious, and Garbutt is fully expected to be fit before next month's Premier League opener.
Fantasy AnalysisOspina moves over from Ligue 1 side Nice, while also following up an excellent run at the World Cup with Colombia. He will be given a chance to start for the Gunners, although Wojciech Szczesny is certainly the frontrunner to keep the job.
Fantasy AnalysisRemy remains a QPR player despite all attempts to move the 27-year-old striker. After a breakout season on loan at Newcastle, a move to Anfield could have seen Remy's fantasy value climb even higher as a part of Liverpool's high-octane offense. Based on his current location at Loftus Road, Remy should be viewed as an upper-tier fantasy striker, but just a cut below the top tier.