Fantasy Premier League 2022/23: Price reveal for all Arsenal players including Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah

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The prices of all Premier League players for FPL 2022/2023 has been released

With many Premier League clubs starting to return for pre-season training it can mean only one thing.

FPL fans will mean this signals the time of year that the popular Fantasy Premier League game is back, with everyone once again on a level playing field.

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With the game surely not too long away, the official Fantasy Premier League twitter account, that boasts almost four million followers, is teasing the prices of players for the upcoming season.

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What is FPL?

In short, Fantasy Premier League (FPL) is a fantasy league, where you can pit your wits against everyone who plays, or in turn make your own mini league with friends and loved ones.

You must pick a squad of 15 players from the 2022/2023 Premier League, who score points for your team based on their performances for their clubs in PL matches.

The budget for your squad is 100 million, and you must choose your options wisely to assemble the 15 man squad for that budget.

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Players are priced based on their performance from the last season, which therefore means that the better players are more expensive.

You can also pick a captain, and if your captain scores, assists or keeps a clean sheet they will be awarded more points than if they were a normal player in your team.

At times through the season you can also use the ‘triple captain’ option, which triples the score of your captain for one or two games maximum, depending on when you activate the option.

After every game week, you’re also allowed a maximum of one free transfer. You can make more transfers if needed, but you will be docked four points off of your overall score for the season, which could prove costly.

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When is FPL for the 2022/2023 season available?

FPL is finally released! Players could make their teams from 6pm on Tuesday, 5 July.

What are the prices of Arsenal players?


Aaron Ramsdale - £5 million

Bernd Leno - £4.5 million

Matt Turner - £4 million


Gabriel - £5 million

Kieran Tierney - £5 million

Cedric - £4.5 million

Rob Holding - £4.5 million

Pablo Mari - £4.5 million

William Saliba - £4.5 million

Nuno Tavares - £4.5 million

Takehiro Tomiyasu - £4.5 million

Ben White - £4.5 million


Bukayo Saka - £8 million

Martin Odegaard - £6.5 million

Fabio Vieira - £6 million

Gabriel Martinelli - £6 million

Emile-Smith Rowe - £6 million

Nicolas Pepe - £5.5 million

Ainsley Maitland Niles - £5 million

Marquinhos - £5 million

Reiss Nelson - £5 million

Thomas Partey - £5 million

Granit Xhaka - £5 million

Mohamed Elneny - £4.5 million

Albert Sambi Lokonga - £4.5 million

Lucas Torreira - £4.5 million


Gabriel Jesus - £8 million

Eddie Nketiah - £7 million

There looks to be great bargains in there, with the stand outs being Benjamin White and Gabriel.

The duo played well together last year, with White in particular being a stand out player, a real aggressive defender, who is good with the ball at his feet too. Even as a bench option he looks a real good deal.

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