FPL 22/23 Prices: FULL list revealed

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The 2022/23 Premier League fixtures have been announced, which means the Fantasy Premier League season will be launching soon.

You've probably already started planning what players you want to make up your side, and now you can make an even more informed decision, with the FPL Player Prices being revealed.

As well as telling you the initial cost, player prices will constantly be on the move throughout the season, and we will keep you up to date on the latest price changes as they happen.

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Arsenal

The Gunners couldn't quite make the Champions League places last season, but under Mikel Arteta, there seems to be a clear plan going forward.

At the moment, Bukayo Saka (8.0m) is their most expensive player, after ending the last campaign as the side's highest-scoring FPL star, seeing a £1.5m increase from the start of last season.

Martin Odegaard (£6.5m), Gabriel Martinelli (£6.0m) and Aaron Ramsdale (£5.0m) could all prove decent value in the season to come.

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Aston Villa

Villa has wasted no time in securing some top signings this summer, with Countinho, Carlos and Kamara all arriving at Villa Park.

Whilst they will need to work hard in order to break into Europe, we think you could do far worse than selecting some Villians in your squad.

Bournemouth

Newly-promoted Bournemouth will have to work hard in order to maintain Premier League status next season, with a flurry of signings still to come.

Dominic Solanke tore up the Championship last campaign so could be a good option, but early signs suggest it will be a tough year for the Cherries.

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Brentford

Brentford showed their class last campaign, putting in some impressive performances against the Premier League's elite.

Whilst some players have been bosted in this year's FPL, you can be certain the selecting Bees players will certainly get your squad buzzing.

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Brighton

Brighton will no doubt quietly go about their business next season, picking up surprise wins but also going through a barren spell of form before the end of the season.

If history is to be repeated, we'd recommend shifting your Seagulls players out of your FPL squad after the turn of the new year.

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Chelsea

Chelsea still have plenty of work to do before the start of the new season, but you can be sure that they will make some marquee signings.

New owners signal the start of a new era, and Chelsea will undoubtedly be eyeing up that Premier League trophy this season.

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Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace will be cautious of undergoing second-season syndrome under Patrick Viera, with the Eagles showing inconsistent patterns last term.

As ever, Wilfried Zaha will be expected to pull plenty of weight, as Palace look to assert themselves in the top half of the table.

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Everton

It was a season to forget for Everton last season, but thankfully for Toffees fans they managed to survive by the skin of their teeth.

Plenty of Everton players have had their prices slashed, but are you brave enough to add any of them to your FPL squad?

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Fulham

Fulham are back and ready to fight once again, with stars like Aleksander Mitrovic ready to battle in the big time.

The Cottagers will be hoping they can break the yo-yo mould, but it's hard to look past any of their players being more than bench options this year.

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Leeds

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Leeds United are entering a new era under Jesse Marsch, with Kalvin Phillips departing and Raphinha set to head the same way.

New signings have come through the door, with players like Tyler Adams offering plenty of intrigue.

It remains to be seen if Leeds can march on, but they're certain to need a little more to convince us that they will stay up.

Leicester

The ever-reliable Leicester finished lower than desired last term, but that could be good news for FPL fans.

With prices lowered and consistency remaining the same, the value of players like Ricardo and Tielemans suddenly becomes very enitcing.

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Liverpool

Liverpool have spent big and sent out statements this summer, with Darwin Nunez signed and Mo Salah - an FPL hero - extending his stay at Anfield.

Firmly intent on challenging once again, you'd be silly not to include some Liverpool players in your side.

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Manchester City

Title winners Manchester City have had some of their player prices revealed, and, as you would expect, there are some hefty price tags handed out.

New signing Erling Haaland (£11.5m) could be an absolute steal if he can keep up his goals per game ratio!

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City's highest-scoring player from last season, Joao Cancelo (£7.0m), will be a must-have for many FPL managers, as will Kevin De Bruyne (£12.0m) if he can stay fit.

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Manchester United

United are in a transitional phase and it may be worth waiting before you commit to any Old Trafford stars.

Ronaldo wants out and certain deals are stumbling to a close, all of this meaning that United could once again have an uncertain start to the Premier League season.

Newcastle

Quietly going about their business and spending the money of the new Saudi owners, Newcastle could be dark horses heading into the new season.

With plenty more business to come, we think the Toon could be a great place for you to bag an FPL bargain.

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Nottingham Forest

Forest are back for the first time since the 90s and they aren't just here to make up the numbers.

Major signings like Dean Henderson have already been secured, but we still think it's worth holding off to see if any Forest stars are worth adding to your team.

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Southampton

As the video says, there are plenty of hidden gems lurking on the south coast.

With wonderkids rising through the ranks and plenty of business still to be done, Southampton - alongside FPL favourite James Ward-Prowse - could surprise a few next season.

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Tottenham

Tottenham mean business, and they have suitably strengthened their squad to support that point.

Harry Kane will once again lead the line alongside Son, with new signings Richarlison and Bissouma certain to make Spurs more dangerous than ever before.

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West Ham

The Hammers are back for more, with stars like Jarrod Bowen once again set to be fan favourites in this year's FPL.

Whilst the rest of the squad may look a little bare, we still think that the Irons will be fighting at the right end of the table next season.

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Wolves

Last but not least, Wolves will once again be in contention for a top-half finish, with their side steadily improving year on year.

No notable additions have been made, but keeping hold of stars like Ruben Neves could make all the difference as Wolves look to progress up the Premier League table.

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