The 2021/22 FPL season continues with Gameweek 4 this weekend!
With player prices now constantly on the move, we're keeping you up to date on the latest price changes.
Latest - More price changes
The official Fantasy Premier League Twitter account has revealed the latest price changes.
Japhet Tanganga's (£4.6) price has increased, following Spurs' brilliant defensive start to the season, but will Emerson Royal (£5.0) take his place at right-back?
Left-backs Ben Chilwell (£5.7) and Konstantinos Tsimikas (£4.1) have both fallen in price, having both not played many minutes of late.
Brazilian forward, Richarlison (£7.5) has also seen his price decrease to its original value.
Cristiano Ronaldo Price Revealed
The official Fantasy Premier League Twitter account has revealed Cristiano Ronaldo's price.
CR7 comes in at £12.5m, which is equal to the highest price players at the start of the 2021/22 season, along with Mohamed Salah (£12.6) and Harry Kane (£12.3).
The question is, does the GOAT justify that £12.5m price tag, or will he not cut it in the Premier League at 36 years of age?
After last year's ridiculous positioning of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the Gabonese is back in the game as a forward and will now cost £9.9m.
Midfielders Emile Smith-Rowe (£5.5m) and Nicolas Pepe (£7.5m) could be in for exciting seasons too.
Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez will be one of the most selected Aston Villa players after his stunning first season at Villa Park.
The Argentine will cost £5.5m, while playmaker Jack Grealish is valued at £8.0m.
Premier League new boys Brentford could be one of the surprise packages in 2021/22.
Top scorer Ivan Toney will cost you £6.5m and it could prove to be great value if he can replicate last season's form.
Often pleasing on the eye, Brighton did not always pick up the results their performances deserved.
Things could change in 2021/22 and Pascal Gross (£6.0m) and Leandro Trossard (£6.5m) could be two of their key contributors.
Chris Wood (£7.0m) ended last season on fire and could be a good option to support some higher-value picks.
The Clarets are often solid defensively so the likes of Ben Mee and James Tarkowski for £5.0m are strong choices too.
European champions Chelsea could be a force to be reckoned with next season, and their German duo of Timo Werner and Kai Havertz could be key men to their success.
We are backing Werner to find his feet next season and his £9.0m transfer value could prove to be a steal.
After a promising start to last season, Tyrick Mitchell (£4.5m) is one of our top picks for the upcoming FPL campaign.
Wilfried Zaha (£7.0m) and Christian Benteke (£6.5m) could also offer some attacking threat after showing signs of form towards the end of the season.
England striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is among the limited number of Everton stars to have his FPL price revealed, but at £8.1m he could be a bit pricey given his inconsistent end to last season.
French left-back Lucas Digne looks to be a bargain at just £5.5m.
Patrick Bamford has seen a huge rise in price and is now valued at £8.0m.
Brazilian winger Raphinha (£6.5m) could be of great value after a promising first season in the Premier League.
The Foxes have revealed four of their player prices, including goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and Jamie Vardy.
Vardy will cost £10.5m and has been one of the most reliable point scorers for the past few years.
Mohamed Salah is always up with the top point scorers, and he is the highest-value asset in FPL at £12.6.
Liverpool's full-backs Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.5m) and Andrew Robertson (£7.0m) are also of great interest too as they provide loads of assists.
There are some incredible midfielders in the Man City ranks, but we think Riyad Mahrez at £9.0m is a bargain!
The Algerian showed excellent form last season and could be one of the cheaper 'big hitters' in the 2021/22 campaign.
The full Manchester United prices have been revealed, and unsurprisingly Bruno Fernandes is the most expensive at £12.1m.
France midfielder Paul Pogba could be a steal at £7.7m if he can replicate his national team form.
Callum Wilson is the Magpies' most expensive star at £7.5m and it is hardly surprising after he picked up 134 points last season.
Fellow Newcastle forward Allan Saint-Maximin costs just £6.5m which could turn out to be a bargain if he can find some consistency.
Will Teemu Pukki hit the ground running like he did last time Norwich were in the Premier League?
At just £6.0, the Finland hitman could be an early-season bargain.
James Ward-Prowse (£6.5m) racked up 156 points and as their set-piece specialist will certainly accrue a load more points this time round too.
There is one man we are looking for here... Harry Kane.
The England captain will now cost FPL players £12.4m.
Back in the big time, Watford are not messing around and have already been busy in the transfer market.
Nigerian speedster Emmanuel Dennis has arrived from Club Brugge and could prove to be a real bargain at just £5.1m.
David Moyes' men will be hard-pushed to match last season's exploits, but there could be some good value picks in the side.
Tomas Soucek (£6.0m), Aaron Cresswell (£5.5m), and Vladimir Coufal (£5.0m) all look like good value after brilliant seasons.
Wolves will hope to improve on last season with the returning Raul Jimenez ready to fire them into European reckoning once more.
At just £7.5m, Jimenez could prove an astute purchase for your FPL side.