The Fantasy Premier League has revealed initial prices for some of its star picks ahead of the 2020-21 FPL season.

Kevin De Bruyne, who scored the most FPL points last season with a total haul of 251, will be priced at £11.5m for the new campaign, the same price as his Manchester City midfield teammate Raheem Sterling, which may force managers into a tricky decision of which one to select.

Liverpool’s two big hitters, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, both come in at a hefty £12m, but remain categorised as midfielders which will ensure they continue to pick up extra points for clean sheets and goals scored compared to their teammate Roberto Firmino.

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Manchester United’s blockbuster January signing Bruno Fernandes shook up the FPL standings with several big points hauls during the latter stages of the season, and having arrived at £8m he will now cost £10.5m at the start of the new campaign – still a tempting price.

The Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope was the best value-for-money buy in 2019-20 after delivering 170 points from a starting cost of only £4.5m. Unsurprisingly his starting price has shot up to £5.5m, making him one of the more expensive keepers in the game and a harder pick to justify.

FPL managers will be able to begin picking their 15-man squad with a value of up to £100m once the new season officially launches, which is expected to be live next week ahead of the Premier League’s start on 12 September.

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