The new fantasy football season is getting closer and closer.
The new Dream Team game is alive and kicking and it’s set to be the best campaign yet.
Player prices are one of the most exciting aspects of the game and we revealed the first set a couple of weeks ago. Feast your eyes on these…
1 Aaron Wan-Bissaka (£3.5m)
Man United forked out £45million to buy their new right-back from Crystal Palace last month, but the youngster with the cool name will only set you back £3.5m on Dream Team.
AWB started last season as one of our game’s surprise packages, with a string of fine performances early on making him a firm fantasy football favourite.
Will it be the same story this season?
2 Tanguy Ndombele (£3.0m)
Spurs have finally signed a player!
France midfielder Ndombele moved from Lyon to North London for a club record £65m fee, but he can be yours for just £3.0m.
His performances in Ligue 1 last season were certainly eye-catching, and a host of clubs were linked to his signature before Spurs splashed the cash.
While we’re still unsure exactly what sort of role he’d play in Mauricio Pochettino’s side and how effective he’ll be for fantasy football, his recent performances for France and his run out for Lyon in their Champions League campaign last season have got us pretty hyped up.
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3 Sergio Aguero (£7.5m)
Introducing the most expensive player on Dream Team this season… it’s Aguero, of course.
Man City’s striker is a lean, mean goalscoring machine, netting 21 times last term and racking up 286 points to make him one of the best players on the game.
He’s also madly consistent, netting at least 20 goals in each of his last five Prem seasons.
He’s definitely one to have, that’s for sure.
4 Mohamed Salah (£7.5m)
Introducing our JOINT most expensive player on this season’s Dream Team, the Egyptian King himself.
Mo’s second season with Liverpool wasn’t quite as impressive as his first, but he still finished last term with a stunning 291 points – putting him third overall on the final rankings.
Putting Salah in your team straight away might be a little risky considering his place in this year’s AFCON, but he might enjoy himself against Norwich, Chelsea (in the UEFA Super Cup), Southampton and Arsenal in the Reds opening games.
5 Andrew Robertson (£4.5m)
Is Robertson the best left-back in the world right now?
Fantasy football fans will certainly say so, as the Scotsman finished the last campaign as one of our game’s best defenders.
His run to the Champions League final certainly helped, as did his outstanding tally of 11 assists in the league.
6 Raul Jimenez (£3.5m)
Jimenez was undoubtedly one of the best bargain forwards money could buy last time out, as the little Mexican scored 13 goals in the Premier League to see him rub shoulders with English football’s other great goalscorers.
As a result, his price is a little more steep this season.
7 Alexandre Lacazette (£5.0m)
There’s yet to be any new signings at Arsenal this summer, so they may have to rely on the talent they’ve already got to get the results this year.
With the ever-improving Lacazette up front they’re certainly in good hands, especially with all the rumours surrounding Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future at the club.
8 Harry Kane (£7.0m)
Spurs’ main man had a frustrating 2018/19 campaign, as two fairly-lengthy injuries dislodged his goalscoring form.
But having enjoyed a prolonged rest over the summer, we’re fully expecting the striker to start the new season with a bang.
9 Raheem Sterling (£6.5m)
If you’re looking for consistency, then Sterling’s your man.
Man City’s winger finished up just behind Eden Hazard in our ranking last season with a stunning 312 points, averaging 6.1 points per a game.
His performance in the FA Cup final – where he netted a brilliant hat-trick – was perhaps his best of the lot and saw him take home 30 Dream Team points in the game’s final Game Week.
10 Christian Pulisic (£3.0m)
Brand new signings are always a mystery.
Will Pulisic hit the ground running at Chelsea, or will he prove to be a pricey burden at Stamford Bridge?
With Hazard gone, Callum Hudson-Odoi out injured until next year, and the likes of Pedro and Willian less-than-impressive last term, the USA starlet could find himself thrown straight into the Blues’ starting line-up, and regular game-time is always a good benchmark for a player on Dream Team.
11 Ederson (£4.5m)
Ederson or Alisson?
That’s the big question going into the new season.
But while Alisson has notched clean-sheet after clean-sheet for Brazil at the Copa America, Ederson has been forced to watch it all unfold from the bench.
Not that he should care too much, as he’s still one of the best goalies in the world and proved to be a Dream Team favourite last term, with well over 25% of managers picking him for their team.
What are the other player prices?
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There’s your first 11… and the rest of them are in here.
Pulisic is far from the only bargain available, with Richarlison and Felipe Anderson both catching the eye at the same price.
Who will you take a punt on this season?
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Original? Witty? Or a timeless classic?
Luckily we’ve built an extensive list of some of the best of all time to guide you.