The Scout assesses the opening player prices in 2021/22 Fantasy Premier League and their implications.
Managers will be able to select Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.0m) as a forward in 2021/22 Fantasy.
The Arsenal captain has been reclassified from a midfielder, having mainly featured up front in the latter part of last season.
Aubameyang has suffered a substantial price drop from his opening cost of £12.0m last term.
However, it could be in the Gunners' midfield where managers find the best value.
Nicolas Pepe and Emile Smith Rowe will cost £7.5m and £5.5m respectively this season.
Both enjoyed strong finishes to the last campaign.
Pepe scored five goals in his final three outings, while Smith Rowe netted both of his goals for the season in Arsenal's final four matches.
Part 1: 2021/22 FPL player price reveal
Part 3: Dallas value affected by midfielder status
Part 4: Sanchez can emerge as No 1 pick in goal
Part 5: Salah and Kane given equal billing
Part 6: West Ham offer value at both ends
Part 7: Top scorer Fernandes jumps in value
Part 8: Grealish and Toney to attract interest
Part 9: Everton stars look tempting for early fixtures
Part 10: Back cheaper Iheanacho over Vardy?
Part 11: Wilson has early appeal
Part 12: De Bruyne given highest-ever starting value