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Prices for Fantasy Premier League have been released ahead of the 2019/20 season.
FPL fans are now able to select their squads for the new campaign, with the full prices now available after the Premier League released some in batches.
Mo Salah, who holds the record for the most fantasy points in a single season after his incredible first campaign, is once again the most expensive player in the game.
The Egyptian remains a midfielder but he has dropped in price - going from £13 million to £12.5 million despite amassing 259 points.
Salah's Liverpool colleagues and assist machines Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold are the most expensive defenders in the game at £7 million, slightly more expensive than PFA Player of the Year Virgil van Dijk.
Everton's Lucas Digne, Leicester's Ricardo Pereira and Wolves' Matt Doherty are priced at £6 million are all good shouts for your backline after performing well in their debut seasons.
In terms of goalkeepers you're almost nailed on to have one of Brazil pair Alisson and Ederson between the sticks, with both priced at £6 million. David De Gea, Hugo Lloris and Jordan Pickford will all cost you £5.5 million.
Manchester City's treble-winning winger Raheem Sterling is the second-most expensive midfielder at £12 million, with Sadio Mane in third having gone up £2 million to £11.5 million after his 22-goal season in the Premier League.
Kevin De Bruyne and Leroy Sane will surely rack up points again to justify their price tag of £9.5 million, while Paul Pogba will cost £8.5 million if he's still a Manchester United player by the time the new season is underway.
In attack £12 million striker Sergio Aguero is the costliest of the strikers, just ahead of £11 million duo Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Harry Kane.
Further down, Bournemouth's Callum Wilson and Wolves' Raul Jimenez once again look worth a punt at £8 million and £7.5 million respectively.
As far the new boys, Manchester United's new signing Daniel James and Jack Grealish are both available for £6 million, while Championship top scorer Teemu Pukki of Norwich could be worth a go for £6.5 million - the same price as West Ham's exciting addition Pablo Fornals.
Who will you be spending your £100 million on?
Sound off in the comments.