FPL 2023/24 Player Price Reveal – Reviewed

Team Selection

July 04, 2023

FPL 2023/24 Player Price Reveal – Reviewed

Welcome back to FPL Planet where we discuss the new launch of Fantasy Premier League (FPL) where we started to learn the prices of the league’s biggest players as head into the 2023/24 season.

Key Information

  • Haaland starts at £14.0m
  • Salah – £12.5m
  • Bruno Fernandes is a £8.5m midfielder
  • Heung-Min Son tumbles to £9.0m
  • Odegaard rises to £8.5m
  • Mbuemo is a midfielder
  • Trippier – £6.5m
  • Nkunku is a £7.5 forward
  • Luton players price reveal

Bruno Fernandes (£8.5m Midfielder) & Martin Odegaard (£8.5 million)

Despite his £2m drop a year ago and decent form in the 2022/23 season. FPL have dropped him by another £1.5m down to £8.5m midfielder, which should see him be a very popular pick in sides for Gameweek 1.

Martin Odegaard will be a more premium asset in FPL this season after his stellar campaign last season where he finished as the second highest scoring midfielder, only behind Mohammed Salah.

Kaoru Mitoma has had a small rise in price up to £6.5m following his breakthrough campaign in which he contributed seven goals and nine assists. Ollie Watkins is a small increaser by half a million. This comes as 19 of his 23 attacking returns were under Unai Emery following his takeover from Steven Gerrard as manager. Whether he can maintain this form as Aston Villa start to play in the Europa Conference League will be interesting to see.

Enter Stage Left: Christopher Nkunku (£7.5 million)

Following his big money move from RB Leipzig to West London. Christopher Nkunku is a player that many a FPL manager will have had one eye on as he comes to Stamford Bridge with a lot of promise from the Bundesliga. It’ll be very interesting to see how Chelsea recover from their dismal season last season now under the management Mauricio Pochettino. There seems to be a theme of players coming into the game at a cheaper rate which will be interesting to see the uptake in signing these to our teams.

Key Liverpool Men

Andrew Robertson – £6.5m

Darwin Nūnez – £7.5m

Trent Alexander-Arnold – £8.0m

Alexis Mac Allister – £6.0m

Some interesting price points for Jürgen Klopp’s men. We see Darwin come down from £9.0m last season to £7.5m. Which could be an absolute steal if he manages to nail down a consistent starting point within the team. Alexis Mac Allister is at £6.0m and I’ll be intrigued to see where he sits into the Liverpool system as he could be an absolute steal should he play an advanced role in the midfield 3.

Bryan Mbuemo & Eberechi Eze (£6.5m)

So we’ve found out that Bryan Mbuemo is now a midfielder once again following his forward season in 2022/23. I expect that he will be in many teams going forward as Ivan Toney sits out until the new year.

Eberechi Eze had a really strong end to the season and this sees him rise in price too, which could prove to be an interesting differential in the early weeks.

Bernd Leno & Jordan Pickford (£4.5m)

In a world where cheap goalkeeper options don’t seem to be in abundance then seeing these two high save making goalkeepers at £4.5m is definitely one to consider. A nice reminder in this is that David Raya only made more saves than these pair.

Kieran Trippier (£6.5m)

A very healthy price rise in the world of Kieran Trippier. A regular for a large percentage of players last season means he will now start this season as a £6.5m defender following his 198 point haul last season.

Son Heung-Min (£9.0M)

The South Korean failed to light up many FPL teams last season (Unless you had him for the hat trick against Leicester). So a price drop was very much expected… the damage is that he now moves from £12.0m to £9.0m. A huge decrease but could tempt more managers to include him as he looks to thrive under a new manager.

How Much Is Erling Haaland In FPL? – £14.0m

Erling Haaland had to have a huge rise, his ownership last season never seemed to be below 75%. However at £14.0m, I think Fantasy Premier League have made the right choice here. This makes him the most expensive asset since Robin Van Persie.

Which brings us onto Mohammed Salah… a real topsy turvy season for owners last season means he drops half a million down to £12.5m which might come as a little surprise to some despite managing to rack up 32 attacking returns taking 239 points along the way.



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