Fantasy Premier League reveals prices for Haaland, Ronaldo and Salah ahead of 2022-23 season

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The pursuit of precious points in English football is not restricted to the real world, with virtual battles just as keenly contested

Fantasy Premier League (FPL) will be back with a bang in 2022-23, with virtual managers learning how much Erling Haaland, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah are going to set them back.

Price lists for teams in the English top-flight are in the process of being revealed, with Manchester City and Arsenal – who are looking to invest heavily on fresh faces this summer – the first to drop, followed by Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham.

Reigning champions Man City have plenty of proven performers in their ranks, with prolific Norwegian striker Haaland being added as Pep Guardiola seeks to cement domestic dominance at Etihad Stadium.

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Erling Haaland & Man City FPL prices

Player

Price

Kevin De Bruyne

£12m

Erling Haaland

£11.5m

Raheem Sterling

£10m

Phil Foden

£8m

Joao Cancelo

£7m

Jack Grealish

£7m

Ruben Dias

£6m

Haaland is Man City's marquee addition for another busy transfer window and it has been revealed that the talented 21-year-old – who already sits among the favourites for the Golden Boot – will set any suitors back £11.5 million.

Two-time PFA Player of the Year Kevin de Bruyne, who remains City’s most creative influence, comes in at £12m, while Jack Grealish – who is yet to justify a £100m show of faith in him from the summer of 2021 – can be be acquired by fantasy bosses for £7m.

The likes of Phil Foden (£8m), Joao Cancelo (£7m) and Ruben Dias (£6m) are also likely to attract plenty of interest.

Bukayo Saka & Arsenal FPL prices

Player

Price

Bukayo Saka

£8m

Eddie Nketiah

£7m

Martin Odegaard

£6.5m

Emile Smith Rowe

£6m

Fabio Vieira

£6m

Gabriel Martinelli

£6m

Aaron Ramsdale

£5m

The Gunners’ price list has also been revealed, with their potentially plenty of value to be found in their ranks.

England international Saka can be expected to help lead that charge in north London, with the versatile 20-year-old winger up for grabs in FPL at £8m.

Martin Odegaard can usually be relied upon to chip in with the odd assist and spectacular strike from a free-kick or two, and the Norwegian playmaker is yours for £6.5m.

Aaron Ramsdale can slot in between the sticks for £5m if you fancy him to collect clean sheets aplenty, while new arrival Fabio Vieira is priced at £6m alongside new team-mates Emile Smith Rowe and Gabriel Martinelli.

Mohamed Salah & Liverpool FPL prices

Player

Price

Mohamed Salah

£12m

Diogo Jota

£9m

Darwin Nunez

£9m

Luis Diaz

£8m

Trent Alexander-Arnold

£7.5m

Andrew Robertson

£7m

Virgil van Dijk

£6.5m

Alisson

£5.5m

Thiago Alcantara

£5.5m

Harvey Elliot

£5m

Calvin Ramsay

£4m

Last season's Golden Boot winner Salah is out to help his side claim the Premier League title, with the Reds talisman priced at £13m in FPL.

Summer signing Darwin Nunez is expected to contribute goals to the Anfield team's cause and is available for £9m.

Right-back Alexander-Arnold is priced at £7.5m and will prove a valuable addition to any team after making 12 assists in the league last season, a figure bested only by Salah.

Goalkeeper Alisson is £5.5m, the same price as midfielder Thiago Alcantara, while star defender Virgil van Dijk is £6.5m.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Man Utd FPL prices

Player

Price

Cristiano Ronaldo

£10.5m

Bruno Fernandes

£10m

Jadon Sancho

£7.5m

Marcus Rashford

£6.5m

Donny van de Beek

£5.5m

Fred

£5m

David de Gea

£5m

Luke Shaw

£5m

Anthony Elanga

£5m

Alex Telles

£5m

Raphael Varane

£5m

Man Utd will be hoping Cristiano Ronaldo has another prolific season after his 18-goal campaign in 2021-22. The Red Devils attacker is set at £10.5m in this year's FPL.

His Portugal co-star Bruno Fernandes is expected to chip in with goals and assists again for Erik ten Hag's team and is available for £10m.

Jadon Sancho underwhelmed in his first year back in England, but could fare better under new management and is priced at £7.5m, while fellow 2021-22 struggler Marcus Rashford is £6.5m.

Donny van de Beek may be given a chance as he reunites with Ten Hag and can be brought into your squad for £5.5m, while fellow midfielder Fred is £5m.

David de Gea, Luke Shaw, Anthony Elanga, Alex Telles and Raphael Varane are also all £5m.

Christian Pulisic & Chelsea FPL prices

Player

Price

Mason Mount

£8m

Kai Havertz

£8m

Timo Werner

£8m

Christian Pulisic

£6m

Jorginho

£6m

Reece James

£6m

Thiago Silva

£5.5m

Edouard Mendy

£5m

Chelsea have agreed to let Romelu Lukaku rejoin Inter on loan for the 2022-23 campaign, but there are still plenty of point-scoring options up for grabs at Stamford Bridge.

USMNT star Christian Pulisic will be looking to prove his worth to Thomas Tuchel once again, with the American forward available at £6m.

Jorginho and Reece James are among those up for grabs at the same price, while Edouard Mendy could prove to be a popular pick between the sticks at £5m.

For those feeling a little more flush, Kai Havertz, Mason Mount and Timo Werner are carrying £8m price tags.

Son Heung-min & Tottenham FPL prices

Player

Price

Son Heung-min

£12m

Harry Kane

£11.5m

Dejan Kulusevski

£8.0m

Ivan Perisic

£5.5m

Hugo Lloris

£5.5m

Rodrigo Bentancur

£5.5m

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

£5.5m

Eric Dier

£5.0m

Matt Doherty

£5.0m

Cristian Romero

£5.0m

Ryan Sessegnon

£4.5m

Son Heung-min is priced at £12m for 2021-22 - which makes him the joint most expensive player in the game alongside De Bruyne - after his Golden Boot-winning exploits last season.

The South Korean is worth more than his strike partner Harry Kane for the first time, with the England forward's price dropping to £11.5m on the back of a less prolific campaign.

Former Juventus player Dejan Kulusevski will set managers back £8m, which could prove to be a bargain if he can hit the ground running again in his first full season at Spurs, while summer signing Ivan Perisic is available for £5.5m.

Attractive budget picks include Matt Doherty and Ryan Sessegnon, with the former being sold at £5m and the latter up for just £4.5m.

When does Fantasy Premier League 2022-23 start?

The game will open in July 2022, ahead of the big Premier League season kick-off in August. The first fixtures will be played on August 6, leaving plenty of time for managers to pick the perfect team.

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