Value Tracker: Seferovic, Depay


↑ Memphis Depay (Lyon and Holland) Continues to shine as Holland finish ahead of France and Germany in UEFA Nations League A group 1
↑ Haris Seferovic (Benfica and Switzerland) A hat trick in the come from behind 5-2 win vs Belgium, and topping UEFA Nations League A group 2 to reach the Nations League final 4
↓ Germany Have sunk further since the World Cup flop, finishing third and last in UEFA Nations League A group 1

Value Tracker: Alassane Plea, Stephan El Shaarawy, Carlos Izquierdoz


↑ Alassane Plea (Borussia Monchengladbach and France) A hattrick for the forward away at Werder Bremen as his team sit in second place in the Bundesliga
↑ Stephan El Shaarawy (Roma and Italy) Two well taken goals in the 4-1 win over Sampdoria has the player back on the rise
↑ Real Betis Beat Barcelona 4-3 away to hand the La Liga leaders their first home loss of the season
↓ Carlos Izquierdoz (Boca Juniors and Argentina) Veteran defender scores an own goal in the Copa Libertadores’ final first leg against rivals River Plate which finishes 2-2
↓ Monaco Hiring Thierry Henry in place of Leonardo Jardim has not yielded positives yet as the team lose heavily to PSG and remain tied for last place in Ligue 1

Value Tracker: Minamino, Pyatov


↑ Red Star Belgrade or Crvena Zvezda The Serbian team come away with one of the bigger upsets by beating Liverpool 2-0 in the Champions League
↑ Takumi Minamino (Salzburg & Japan) The young Japanese forward scores a hat trick away at Rosenborg in the 5-2 Europa League win
↓ Andriy Pyatov (Shakhtar Donetsk & Ukraine) Goalkeeper at the receiving end of a 6-0 loss to Manchester City in the Champions League

Value Tracker: Morata, Amavi, UEFA


↑ Alvaro Morata (Chelsea and Spain) Two goals in 3-1 win over Crystal Palace in the English Premier League
↓ Jordan Amavi (Marseille & France) Error in 3-0 away loss to Montpellier in France’s Ligue 1
↓ UEFA Football Leaks report on how the football body looks away at the Financial Fair Play issues affecting teams like PSG and Manchester City, allowing the teams to use overvalued sponsorship numbers to get away without severe sanctions