A ‘keeper for the season, he is a safe pair of hands and free of "Pep Roulette" in the Manchester City defence.
The perfect heir to Leighton Baines (£5.0m). He had an amazing debut season as a marauding left-back and will only get better!
Defensive and attacking prowess for good measure. An occasional set-piece taker, he is better than some £7.0m midfielders.
Liverpool's defensive linchpin isn't shy of scoring an occasional goal. An absolute must-have.
A near ever-present for Man City, he is less likely to be rotated than their other defenders.
Back to being classified as a midfielder this season. He will be a star player.
Man City didn't miss him for the most part with his lengthy injury lay-off last season. But he's sheer class and will slot in nicely again.
Need I even say anything? His 500+ FPL points over two seasons says it all.
Much cheaper than his strike partner Callum Wilson (£8.0m), and yet King is a threat in equal measure.
A budget goalkeeper enabling funds to be spent elsewhere.
I expect him to start more this season but, for now, he is a viable first sub option.
Bench option with some interesting attacking statistics.
An ideal third sub or a potential starter if he can nail a place down during AFC Bournemouth’s promising run of games.
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