Are you an FPL fan? So, It’s that time of year when thoughts turn to how you can beat your friends in fantasy football. But if you want Mo Salah in this year’s FPL, you’ll need to plan your finances carefully.
Fantasy football is no longer a game.
People do take it seriously and put all their analysis into making the best team.
Liverpool players are returning to preseason practice ahead of the team’s travel to the Far East. As just over four weeks remain until the start of the 2022–23 season.
The Reds have six scheduled fixtures, including the Community Shield match against Man City on July 30. And this is before their season start against Fulham on August 6.
You’ll have plenty of choices to make for your fantasy team this season. This is because Jurgen Klopp’s club will be ready to capitalize on the opportunity to continue their impressive performance from last year.
FPL 2022/23: Mo Salah value
It will be difficult to decide how to effectively utilize the three-player per club regulation. And make sure they can fit in your £100 million budget now that Premier League prices have been announced.
The most expensive player will be Salah, who will cost £13 million. He will cost £1 million more than Son Heung-min and Kevin De Bruyne combined.
It follows another incredible campaign from the Egyptians. This one was highlighted by an astounding collection of individual honours following a league-high 23 goals and 13 assists.
Alisson, on the other hand, is among the most expensive goalkeepers. But he is there along with Ederson of Man City and Hugo Lloris of Tottenham. You will need £5.5 million required to choose the Brazilian.
Trent Alexander-Arnold, a machine for dishing out assists, will set you back a hefty buck as he begins the season as the most expensive defender with a £7.5 million valuation.
Moreover Midfielders Thiago (£5.5m), Fabio Carvalho (£5.5m), Luis Diaz (£8m), and Harvey Elliott (£5m) all provide fantastic value and have the potential to make significant strides this year.
After joining the team in the summer, Darwin Nunez (£9m) and Calvin Ramsay (£4m) are two further players to keep an eye on as they could prove to be wise investments.
Which Reds will make your final cut, then?
Liverpool’s Fantasy Premier League Values, 2022/23
Alisson – £5.5m
Caoimhin Kelleher – £4m
Adrian – £4m
Trent Alexander-Arnold – £7.5m
Andy Robertson – £7m
Virgil van Dijk – £6.5m
Joel Matip – £6m
Ibrahima Konate – £5m
Kostas Tsimikas – £4.5m
Joe Gomez – £4.5m
Neco Williams – £4m
Calvin Ramsay – £4m
Rhys Williams – £4m
Ben Davies – £4m
Nat Phillips – £4m
Mo Salah – £13m
Luis Diaz – £8m
Fabinho – £5.5m
Thiago – £5.5m
Jordan Henderson – £5.5m
Fabio Carvalho – £5.5m
Naby Keita – £5m
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – £5m
Curtis Jones – £5m
Harvey Elliott – £5m
James Milner – £4.5m
Darwin Nunez – £9m
Diogo Jota – £9m
Roberto Firmino – £8m