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Fantasy Premier League: FPL Price Reveals For 2022-23

Fantasy Premier League: FPL Price Reveals For 2022-23
By Eoin Harrington Updated

Remarkably, the first game of the Premier League season is just a few weeks away. The return of English football means the return of Fantasy Premier League - and the game developers behind FPL have revealed the prices of all of the league's players.

There were some big questions ahead of the Fantasy Premier League price reveals. Who would be the most expensive players? How would Liverpool and Man City's new big-money signings be priced? Who would be each club's most valuable player?

We've compiled all the info release so far on this year's Fantasy Premier League price reveals in one place. Read on, and get planning...

Fantasy Premier League: The top players' prices for 2022-23

Mo Salah (Liverpool) - £13.0m

Son Heung-Min (Spurs) - £12.0m

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) - £7.5m

Jarrod Bowen (West Ham) - £8.5m

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Joao Cancelo (Manchester City) - £7.0m

Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) - £12.0m

Harry Kane (Spurs) - £11.5m

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Andy Robertson (Liverpool) - £7.0m

Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) - £6.5m

James Maddison (Leicester) - £8.0m

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READ HERE: FPL 2022-23: The Biggest FPL Price Changes

Fantasy Premier League: The price of the summer's biggest transfers

Erling Haaland (Manchester City) - £11.5m

Darwin Nunez (Liverpool) - £9.0m

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Fabio Vieira (Arsenal) - £6.om

Ivan Perisic (Spurs) - £5.5m

Gavin Bazunu (Southampton) - £4.5m

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Sven Botman (Newcastle) - £4.5m

Tyrell Malacia (Manchester United) - £4.5m

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Fantasy Premier League: Each club's most expensive player for 2022-23

Arsenal: Bukayo Saka (£8.0m)

Some other big price reveals for the Gunners include Martin Odegaard (£6.5m), Eddie Nketiah (£7.0m), Emile Smith-Rowe (£6.0m) and Aaron Ramsdale (£5.0m).

Aston Villa: Ollie Watkins (£7.5m)

Somewhat surprisingly, Ollie Watkins is the most expensive player at Aston Villa at £7.5m - though the English striker has been going from strength to strength in recent years.

Philippe Coutinho and Danny Ings both cost £7.0m, while Emi Buendia looks good at £6.0m.

Bournemouth: Dominic Solanke (£6.0m)

Former Liverpool man Solanke is comfortably Bournemouth's priciest option, but there are a few bargains to be won here.

We're drawn in particular to Irish goalkeeper Mark Travers at £4.5m, as well as Ryan Fredericks for the same price.

Brentford: Ivan Toney (£7.0m)

Striker Ivan Toney is Brentford's priciest player at £7.0m.

Other big names to have their prices revealed include Sergi Canos (£5.0m), Brian Mbeumo (£6.0m), Christian Norgaard (£5.5m), and Yoane Wissa (£5.5m)

Brighton: Leandro Trossard, Danny Welbeck, Neal Maupay (£6.5m each)

Brighton's three most expensive players are all attacking players valued at £6.5m.

Elsewhere, Marc Cucurella, who is heavily linked with a move away from the club, is valued at £5.0m, while Tyriq Lamptey looks like a bargain at £4.5m.

Chelsea: Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, and Timo Werner (all £8.0m)

Chelsea's German duo, as well as homeboy Mason Mount all cost £8.0m.

The club have lost their priciest player Romelu Lukaku, but there are perhaps more bargains at Chelsea than any big club. Reece James and Ben Chilwell are both available for £6.0m, while Jorginho and Christian Pulisic seem good value at the same price in midfield. Goalkeeper Edouard Mendy costs £5.0m.

Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha (£7.0m)

Wilfried Zaha may be Crystal Palace's most expensive player but, in the context of the rest of the league, he looks outstanding value at £7.0m.

Tyrick Mitchell and Marc Guehi are both steals at £4.5m, and Michael Olise will prove popular at just £5.5m.

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Everton: Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£8.0m)

Unsurprisingly, DCL is Everton's priciest option at £8.0m - prospective owners will hope he can put in a better shift than last season.

England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford looks decent at £4.5m, while several players come in at £5.5m, including Dele Alli and Demarai Gray. Ireland captain Seamus Coleman is also available for £4.5m.

Fulham: Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.5m)

It's no surprise that the man who scored 43 goals in 44 Championship games last season is the most expensive player at the newly-promoted Cottagers.

Welsh midfielder Harry Wilson is available at £6.0m, while Bobby Decordova-Reid is priced at £5.5m.

Leeds: Patrick Bamford (£7.0m)

England striker Patrick Bamford has been a popular option in Fantasy Premier League during the past few years, and he comes in at £7.0m for this season's game.

Elsewhere, Jack Harrison and Daniel James are both priced at £6.0m, while goalkeeper Islan Meslier looks like a good option at £4.5m.

Leicester: Jamie Vardy (£9.5m)

Who else would it be? The perenially reliable Jamie Vardy will once again be popular at £9.5m, while James Maddison is also eye-catching at £8.0m.

Returning right back James Justin looks terrific value at £4.5m and, if he can turn things around, Patson Daka could be worth a pop at £6.0m.

Liverpool: Mo Salah (£13.0m)

Liverpool's recently re-signed Egyptian king is the most expensive player revealed thus far, and we don't expect that to change.

His star-studded teammates will undoubtedly be popular options, with Trent Alexander-Arnold a must-have at £7.5m. Elsewhere, Alisson looks worth a pop at £5.5m, and new signing Darwin Nunez is tempting at £9.0m. Luis Diaz comes in at £8.0m.

Manchester City: Kevin de Bruyne (£12.0m)

Kevin de Bruyne (£12.0m) and Erling Haaland (£11.5m) are both set to be two of the big price Fantasy Premier League big hitters for the 2022/23 FPL season.

The other big names at City that have been released include Ruben Dias (£6.0m), Riyad Mahrez (£8.0m), Bernardo Silva (£7.0m), and Raheem Sterling (£10m). At just 7.0m, Jack Grealish looks like he could be a steal if he gets more regular game time this season.

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Manchester United: Cristiano Ronaldo (£10.5m)

It was to be expected, but Cristiano Ronaldo comes in as United's priciest player, at £10.5m. His Portuguese teammate Bruno Fernandes isn't far behind at £10.0m.

David de Gea and Luke Shaw have both been popular options in the past, and they both clock in at £5.0m. United fans will be hoping that Marcus Rashford can turn things around this year - if he can, £6.5m could make him a bit of a steal. Jadon Sancho is priced at £7.5m.

Newcastle: Callum Wilson (£7.5m)

We'd hazard a guess we might get some big money arrivals on Tyneside that might surpass Callum Wilson's £7.5m valuation.

Bruno Guimaraes is certainly tempting at £6.0m, as is Kieran Trippier at £5.0m. New signing Nick Pope will also cost Fantasy Premier League players £5.0m.

Nottingham Forest: Taiwo Awoniyi and Brennan Johnson (£6.0m)

Newcomers Nottingham Forest have two attacking players valued at £6.0m - winger Brennan Johnson and striker Taiwo Awoniyi.

Elsewhere, Sam SurridgeRyan Yates and Alex Mighten all cost £5.0m.

Southampton: James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams (£6.5m)

The best free-kick taker in England James Ward-Prowse ties with teammate Che Adams as Southampton's most expensive player.

Kyle Walker-Peters is available for just £4.5m in defence, while Irish goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu might be worth a pop at £4.5m.

Tottenham: Son Heung-Min (£12.0m)

Harry Kane (£11.5m) has been overtaken by Son Heung-Min (£12.0m) as Spurs' most expensive player after the Korean's golden boot winning season.

World Cup finalist Ivan Perisic looks delightful at only £5.5m in defence and, though we're biased, we're also drawn to Matt Doherty at £5.0m. If he can continue last season's form, Dejan Kulusevski looks great at £8.0m.

West Ham: Jarrod Bowen (£8.5m)

You're spoilt for good attacking options from the Hammers, with one of last season's best performers Jarrod Bowen the most expensive at £8.5m.

Michail Antonio is a good option if you want to hit the ground running, at just £7.5m up front, while several of the most exciting midfield players in the league all come in at £5.5m - Pablo Fornals, Manuel Lanzini and Tomas Soucek. Declan Rice will once again be popular at £5.0m.

Wolves: Raul Jimenez (£7.0m)

The Mexican striker is once again Wolves' highest rated player on FPL, but there are a few good options in the Wolves squad.

Goalkeeper José Sa comes in at £5.0m, while midfielders Pedro Neto, Ruben Neves and Daniel Podence look like great options at £5.5m.

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