Inside the Index: July 4

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With Frank Lampard finally announced as the new Chelsea manager this morning, fans and Traders are hoping this is just the start of some major news today.

As a number of Chelsea players already begin to catch the eye amid a club resurgence, Traders are making moves quickly.

Before looking at a few of the standout players, first, yesterday’s Media Madness winners.

Wednesday, July 3rd Media Madness Winners:

1st Place: Lionel Messi (750) 3p

2nd Place: Wilfried Zaha (600) 2p

3rd Place: Harry Maguire (580) 1p

4th Place: Neymar (390) 1p

5th Place: Bruno Fernandes (340) 1p

Lucas Digne (£1.48) ready for the new season

One of the noteworthy performers for Everton last season, hopes are high for another impactful season from the attacking fullback.

Whilst Traders get behind Digne for the short-term, he may also prove to be one to watch for the long-term if he continues to draw plaudits for his performances on the pitch.

Nketiah (£1.20) drawing in a lot of interest

Widely regarded as an incredible talent, questions have begun to arise surrounding where the striker will be next season. For all of Arsenal’s struggles, they are world class in the striker department, with both Lacazette and Aubameyang at the club.

Competing for a role against the pair could be an ask too soon for the young striker causing talks of a loan move to emerge. The prospect of Nketiah getting a spell of first-team football is exciting Traders, with a steady rise in value recently.

Raphael Guerreiro (£0.93) set to become a PSG player

The versatile Portuguese international is set to become the latest shrewd signing for the French champions.

With PSG opting to sign for value this summer, the reported fee of around €15 million for Guerreiro is great value for a player who can fill in multiple positions on the pitch, and support their superstar cast.

Pulisic (£2.30) delivers for the USMNT

It is fitting that on the eve of July 4th, Pulisic and America secure their spot in the Gold Cup final against Mexico.

Scoring a brace and guiding his national side, a rise in his value indicates Traders’ hopes that he can replicate his international form for new club Chelsea.

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