Inside the Index: July 5

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As we head into the weekend, many Traders will be remaining vigilant on a number of external factors.

As the Copa America draws to a close, and some big-name transfers reach a crucial point, we can expect the Index to be a hive of activity this weekend.

Thursday, July 4th Media Madness Winners:

1st Place: Harry Maguire (670) 3p

2nd Place: Christian Pulisic (580) 2p

3rd Place: Paul Pogba (550) 1p

4th Place: Tanguy Ndombele (410) 1p

5th Place: Wilfried Zaha (380) 1p

Gabriel Jesus (£2.28) draws in Traders ahead of Copa final

Impressing in the semi-final win over Argentina, the new Manchester City number 9 is once again subject to a lot of interest from Traders.

Ahead of Brazil’s final on Sunday against Peru, Gabriel Jesus will have to continue his impressive form to ensure Brazil secure Copa America glory.

Reiss Nelson (£2.42) aims for Arsenal impact

Returning to his boyhood club after a successful loan spell at Hoffenheim last season, Reiss Nelson may be a key player for a rebuilding Arsenal side.

As the Gunners continue to mould their squad for Unai Emery, Nelson could prove to be the dynamic winger he is after, with Traders already backing this to be the case.

Marcelo (£0.61) ready for a new challenge?

Winning everything with Los Blancos, and establishing himself as one of the best left-backs in modern football history, it could be time for a new challenge for Marcelo.

With Real Madrid already signing his long term replacement, Ferland Mendy, a growing number of reports are suggesting the Brazilian could be on the way out.

These reports have already seen Traders get behind the fullback, as there will be no shortage of potential suitors should he be on the move.

Fagner (£0.24) tempts new Arsenal Technical Director

Another Brazilian fullback makes the Index today.

Linked with Arsenal overnight as new Technical Director, Edu, begins to help shape the squad, Traders were quick to move on the attacking fullback.

A low-value commodity on the Index currently, a rise of 14p would indicate a move outside of Brazil could have a big impact amongst Traders looking for gems.

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