Pulisic is one of 14 players who have been given price tags and added to the 2019/20 game.
The United States midfielder signed for Chelsea in January but returned to Borussia Dortmund on loan.
He produced four goals and four assists in 20 appearances last season and, encouragingly for FPL managers, his average of a goal involvement every 115.5 minutes was quicker than any of his new Chelsea team-mates.
The 20-year-old can now become a major influence at Stamford Bridge following the departure of Eden Hazard to Real Madrid.
And an extended run of favourable fixtures can help Chelsea's most expensive FPL player immediately make his mark.
Over the opening 17 Gameweeks, Chelsea play only three of last season’s top six sides in a run lasting up to mid-December.
The 22-year-old fired 22 goals and supplied a further four assists in last season’s Championship.
Meanwhile, Saints winger Moussa Djenepo (£5.5m) could prove a value pick in midfield.
He scored eight goals and set up a further two in 32 league appearances for Standard Liege last season.
The versatile defender has already shown his attacking potential in previous FPL seasons while at West Bromwich Albion.
Dawson scored 10 goals in his three campaigns from 2015/16 to 2017/18.
Emiliano Martinez (ARS) £4.5m
Simon Moore (SHU) £4.5m
Jed Steer (AVL) £4.5m
Matt Targett (AVL) £4.5m
Craig Dawson (WAT) £5.0m
James Justin (LEI) £5.0m
Aaron Lennon (BUR) £5.0m
Moussa Djenepo (SOU) £5.5m
Mateo Kovacic (CHE) £5.5m
Patrick Roberts (NOR) £5.5m
Christian Pulisic (CHE) £7.5m
Josip Drmic (NOR) £5.5m
Che Adams (SOU) £6.0m
Wesley Moraes (AVL) £6.0m
See: FPL player list