The 2021-22 season is upon us and it’s time to get your Fantasy Premier League team ready in time for the big kick-off.You have £100m to spend,will you buy the most expensive players on the game or spread it across the team?
The dilemma is as big as ever,here’s a helping hand..
With £100 million at your disposal, will you be flooding your team with the most expensive players on the game or spreading the wealth across your 15-man squad to ensure strength in depth?
The New Arrivals
Emiliano Buendia | Aston Villa | Midfielder | £6.5m
Arriving from Norwich City,the Aston Villa summer signing Buendia is already accustomed to the Premier League having accumulated 94 points in the Canaries’ relegation season in 2019-20.
He recently claimed two assists in 45 minutes during Villa’s 4-0 win over Walsall recently Bunedia, who claimed two assists in just 45 minutes during Villa’s 4-0 friendly win over Walsall recently,the Argentine looks a great pick at that price.
Ibrahima Konate | Liverpool | Defender | £5.5m
Liverpool bolstered their centre-back options by signing Konate from RB Leipzig this summer,he joins with a big reputation being one of the best young defenders in world football.
It’s difficult to know who Jurgen Klopp will pick to partner Virgil van Dijk with Joe Gomez and Joel Matip returning to full fitness,but it does look like Konate will start the first game of the season and could keep his place if he performs well.
Jadon Sancho | Manchester United | Midfielder | £9.5m
Jadon Sancho finally completed his move to Manchester United and has been allocated a price of £9.5m on FPL. Sancho bagged eight goals and eleven assists last season in the Bundesliga which makes him appealing with the only worry being squad rotation,Marcus Rashford has been ruled out for the first couple of months of the new season so expect Sancho to see plenty of game time.
The must haves.
Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | Midfielder | £12.5m
Mo Salah the Egyptian King is the most reliable player you can put in your FPL team. In his four seasons at Anfield he has never dipped under 230 points in a season. He has just had the summer off and a full pre season under his belt,expect Salah to hit the ground running for the reds.
Kevin De Bruyne | Manchester City | Midfielder | £12m
Another must have,despite picking up an injury at Euro 2020 you can’t not have De Bruyne in your team. Manchester City are favourites to retain their Premier League title and the Belgian will be at the centre of all their attacking play.He has produced double figures for assists in all but one of his last six seasons.
Harry Kane | Tottenham | Forward | £12.5m
The future of Harry Kane may be uncertain but one thing that is certain is that he will score plenty of goals.Golden Boot winner last season,his record warrants the expensive price. 23 goals and 14 assists last season,He’s worth your £12.5m