Arsenal plot £12m bid for Hull City’s Jarrod Bowen

first_imgArsenal have been scouting Bowen since January (Picture: Getty)While Unai Emery’s first choice is thought to be Zaha, Arsenal need Palace to dramatically lower their asking price for the forward.AdvertisementAdvertisementArsenal have given Emery just £45m to spend this summer and the Spaniard may have to sell to raise further funds.MORE: Crystal Palace to reject Arsenal’s opening transfer offer for Wilfried ZahaMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Metro Sport ReporterMonday 1 Jul 2019 10:13 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link424Shares Arsenal are plotting a £12m bid for Bowen (Picture: Getty)Hull value Bowen at £15m, but might be willing to accept an offer of £12m.Arsenal have been watching Bowen since January and consider the Englishman a big talent, however Tottenham are also credited with an interest. Jarrod Bowen shone for Hull last season (Picture: Getty)Arsenal are ready to move for Jarrod Bowen after extensively scouting the Hull City winger, reports say.Bowen caught the Gunners’ eye during a stellar 2018/19 season, which saw the 22-year-old score 22 goals in the Championship.The Sun claim Arsenal are ready to lodge an official offer and Bowen could be an alternative to Wilfried Zaha.Crystal Palace are demanding £80m for Zaha and Bowen would be a massively cheaper option.ADVERTISEMENT Arsenal plot £12m bid for Hull City’s Jarrod Bowencenter_img Comment Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Today’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Best starting pitchers, streamers for Wednesday, June 19

first_imgToday’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Pitcher Rankings: Wednesday, June 19Updated wRC+ stats coming soonRankPitcherTeamOpponentOpp. wRC+ vs. LHP (rank)Opp. wRC+ vs. RHP (rank)FDDK1Gerrit ColeAstros@ RedsN/A81 (26th)$12,000$11,4002Max Scherzer (G2)Nationalsvs. PhilliesN/A90 (19th)$11,700$12,0003Blake SnellRays@ Yankees77 (26th)N/A$9,800$9,5004Zack GreinkeD-backsvs. RockiesN/A87 (T-23rd)$9,400$9,0005Rich HillDodgersvs. Giants66 (30th)N/A$9,600$10,3006Lucas GiolitoWhite Sox@ CubsN/A105 (10th)$11,200$11,3007Jake Arrieta (G2)Phillies@ NationalsN/A88 (T-21st)$7,900$7,3008Chris BassittA’svs. OriolesN/A82 (25th)$6,900$8,0009Jon LesterCubsvs. White Sox96 (17th)N/A$7,500$7,40010Zach DaviesBrewers@ PadresN/A88 (T-21st)$6,800$7,10011Kyle GibsonTwinsvs. Red SoxN/A110 (7th)$8,000$8,80012Matt StrahmPadresvs. Brewers102 (T-20th)N/A$7,600$6,90013Trevor WilliamsPiratesvs. TigersN/A73 (30th)$7,700$7,30014Andrew HeaneyAngels@ Blue Jays79 (25th)N/A$8,600$8,50015Marco GonzalesMarinersvs. Royals76 (27th)N/A$7,300N/A16Patrick Corbin (G1)Nationalsvs. Phillies100 (12th)N/A$9,400$8,20017Trevor RichardsMarlins@ CardinalsN/A92 (T-16th)$7,900$7,10018Zach Eflin (G1)Phillies@ NationalsN/A88 (T-21st)$8,800$9,10019Steven MatzMets@ Braves105 (9th)N/A$7,800$6,90020Max FriedBravesvs. Mets116 (5th)N/A$6,800$6,10021Daniel Ponce De LeonCardinalsvs. MarlinsN/A77 (29th)$6,500$7,80022CC SabathiaYankeesvs. Rays98 (T-14th)N/A$6,300$6,30023Brad KellerRoyals@ MarinersN/A108 (8th)$8,100N/A24Jon GrayRockies@ D-backsN/A89 (20th)$8,200$8,00025Adam PlutkoIndians@ RangersN/A102 (11th)$8,300$5,90026Tyler MahleRedsvs. AstrosN/A114 (T-4th)$6,200$6,50027Eduardo RodriguezRed Sox@ Twins128 (T-2nd)N/A$8,400$7,50028Anibal SanchezBlue Jaysvs. AngelsN/A114 (T-4th)$5,800$5,00029Jordan ZimmermannTigers@ PiratesN/A97 (14th)$5,900$7,00030Joe PalumboRangersvs. Indians84 (24th)N/A$6,000$5,50031Drew PomeranzGiants@ Dodgers106 (8th)N/A$7,000$6,20032Jimmy YacabonisOrioles@ A’sN/A96 (15th)$5,500N/A33Josh RogersOrioles@ A’sN/A96 (15th)N/A$4,300wRC+ is defined by Fangraphs as “[measuring] how a player’s wRC compares with league average after controlling for park effects. League average for position players is 100, and every point above 100 is a percentage point above league average. For example, a 125 wRC+ means a player created 25% more runs than a league average hitter would have in the same number of plate appearances. Similarly, every point below 100 is a percentage point below league average, so a 80 wRC+ means a player created 20% fewer runs than league average.” For more on the stat, click here. Wednesday’s MLB DFS slate features five games in the afternoon and 10 in the evening (plus a Royals-Mariners game only available in all-day FanDuel contests), and the pitching options are solid for both sets of contests. It’s one of those days where there are a handful of legit aces mixed with a bunch of decent-but-not-great SPs in favorable matchups, creating ample sleepers.Among the top matchup-based values, Chris Bassitt (vs. Orioles) and Zach Davies (@ Padres) are solid afternoon plays (with Bassitt standing out as especially reasonably priced on FanDuel), while Trevor Williams (vs. Tigers), Andrew Heaney (@ Blue Jays), and Daniel Ponce De Leon (vs. Marlins) are good SP2s on DK and GPP plays on FanDuel if you want to save money for hitters. Watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whip-around show on DAZNKyle Gibson (vs. Red Sox) is in an interesting spot, as Boston’s bats could be a little tired after last night’s marathon game. He’s still best suited for GPPs, but he’s certainly not an auto-fade.Check the Fantasy Alarm Weather Center closer to lineup lock for the latest weather reports.MORE WEDNESDAY MLB: DFS pickslast_img read more