The Scout pinpoints players who can build on their performances last season and enjoy big success in 2021/22 Fantasy Premier League.
The Brentford midfielder has the attacking potential to offer managers huge value in Fantasy this season.
Mbeumo has quickly established himself as a key part of the Bees’ line-up since making his debut in 2019/20.
He has scored 24 goals and supplied 17 assists over 78 starts, while mainly playing on the right of a front three.
The French winger has also partnered Ivan Toney (£6.5m) in a front two, which suggests he could occasionally feature as a striker this season.
The underlying numbers further reflect Mbeumo’s potential.
His average of 48.3 minutes per shot last term was similar to Son Heung-min (£10.0m) and Kai Havertz (£8.5m), who produced a shot every 45.9 and 46.1 minutes respectively.
Furthermore, Mbeumo’s total of 50 shots inside the box was bettered by only four midfielders in Fantasy.
A share of set-piece duties also boosts Mbeumo’s prospects.
His 56 chances created in 2020/21 were second only to the 67 of team-mate Mathias Jensen (£5.0m).
The Frenchman’s total was one behind the 55 of Mohamed Salah (£12.5m) and three off the 59 of Jack Harrison (£6.0m).
Combined with his goal threat, Mbeumo can prove a huge success in his debut Fantasy season.
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