Fantasy Premier League: Find out all the early 2017/18 price information here

first_imgFootball fans around the globe are getting excited for the new Fantasy Premier League season.When your team isn’t quite hitting the heights, it’s our love for FPL which helps you through until the end of the year.The 2017/2018 competition will open up next week, along with an eagerly anticipated draft mode, but to get players in the mood they have already begun releasing some of next year’s pricing.So who’s value do we know so far? Click the right arrow above to find out… 14 Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) – £10.5million – Click the right arrow above to find out the latest Fantasy Premier League pricing… – He might cost the Gunners up to £52m in real life, but in the fantasy world he’s been handed a big tag. The Frenchman won’t be the most expensive player this season, but will take a big chunk of your budget. 14 Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – £9million – Listed as a midfielder, we think a number of FPL managers will plump for the Egyptian star this season. Joshua King (Bournemouth) – £7.5million – We’re sorry to report the FPL have seen the error of their ways and now made King a forward, having listed him as a midfielder last year. His price has been boosted, but is it a little too much? Tom Ince (Huddersfield) – £6million – A new signing from Derby County, Ince is goalscoring midfielder and at this price could well be on many players’ radar. 14 Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) – £7million – He may have only started 13 Premier League games last year, but that didn’t stop the Spaniard scoring five goals and making 12 assists. He could be an interesting gamble. Harry Maguire (Leicester City) – £5million – The ex-Sheffield United centre-back was a top performer for Hull City last season, despite their relegation. The Foxes have snapped him up this summer and he looks a smart addition, but will he make your team? 14 14 14 Tom Heaton (Burnley) – £5million – The England international was a firm favourite for FPL players last year and this year has seen his price rise by £0.5m. Anthony Knockaert (Brighton and Hove Albion) – £6million – A huge part of the Seagulls’ promotion season, the Frenchman hit 15 goals and made eight others, and given he’s been listed a midfielder might be an interesting option for FPL players. Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace) – £8million – The Belgian striker bounced back from his tough spell at Liverpool with 136 points last season with the Eagles as he hit 15 goals and made two assists, so this price seems good to us. 14 14 Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) – £9.5million – Impossible to ignore, Alli is now an elite Premier League star and this is reflected in his big value. Nathan Redmond (Southampton) – £6.5million – Fresh from the European Under-21 Championship this summer, Redmond will be looking to take things up a notch and challenge for a spot in Gareth Southgate’s England squad at next summer’s World Cup in Russia. Dwight Gayle (Newcastle United) – £6.5million – Ex-Crystal Palace striker Gayle hit 23 goals in the Championship last year and could be an intriguing cheap option for your team. 14 14 Joe Allen (Stoke City) – £5.5million – A low priced midfielder capable of goals and assists, Allen is an acquisition to ponder. 14 14 14 14 Leroy Sane (Manchester City) – £8.5million – Depending on how master tactician Pep Guardiola chooses to field his team next year, £8.5m for Sane could be a great bit of business.last_img read more