The Scout's panel of Fantasy Premier League experts reveal which players they believe will provide the best value in 2023/24.
There are some really nicely priced midfielders under £8.0m that include Phil Foden (£7.5m), James Maddison (£7.5m) and Mason Mount (£7.0m).
I will go with Foden as my biggest bargain. He could play more in the [Ilkay] Gundogan role, as well as sharing minutes with Jack Grealish (£7.5m) and Riyad Mahrez (£7.5m) on the flanks.
I am expecting £7.5m to be a great price for Foden this season.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily)
I love the £7.5m price tag attached to Maddison. Supplying Harry Kane (£12.5m) with set-pieces, as well as balls form range, could see Maddison deliver on his highly impressive Expected Assists (xA) stats from the end of last season.
At Leicester City they struggled to finish the chances he created, but his new Spurs team-mates shouldn't have that problem.
Even though Gabriel Martinelli (£8.0m) has increased by £2.0m in value, I still see him as a bargain. Had it not been for an injury at the end of the season, he would have broken 200 points.
At only 22 years old, I can see him building further on last season's performances.
Harry Daniels (@FPL_Harry)
If Brentford go into the season with Bryan Mbeumo (£6.5m) playing as advanced as he finished 2022/23, he could massively overperform his price, especially classified as a midfielder.
Secondly, Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£6.0m) has been a great FPL option in previous seasons, but injuries have seen him drop to £6.0m. If he can stay fit, the Everton forward could be an absolute bargain.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily)
Although £8.5m hardly fits the "bargain" category, Bruno Fernandes (£8.5m) has the potential to make it feel like one.
Expected to still be Manchester United's penalty-taker, he underperformed his Expected Goal Involvement (xGI) in the 2022/23 campaign. In other words, he was unlucky not to get more FPL points. I'm backing him to put that right this season.
Mark McGettigan (@FPLGeneral)
Chelsea's Raheem Sterling (£7.0m) has the potential to make a mockery of his price tag. The former Manchester City and Liverpool star once cost £12.0m in FPL and has 115 goals and 98 Fantasy assists to his name.
Hopefully we see him back to his best this season under Mauricio Pochettino.
Gianni Buttice (@GianniButtice)
Brighton & Hove Albion players stand out for me, not only because their first handful of fixtures are so good, but because they are such an offensive team. This is an attack I will be covering and we have some excellent options at affordable prices.
I like midfielders Kaoru Mitoma (£6.5m), Solly March (£6.5m) and Julio Enciso (£5.5m), as well as Evan Ferguson (£6.0m) up front.
Ali Jahangirov (@FPLGunz)
Classified as a midfielder this season, Enciso has the potential to be a real bargain if he keeps his starting spot.
We have seen him utilised in every position across the forward line and that versatility could make Roberto De Zerbi's decision easier.
Holly Shand (@HollyShand)
There are some gems in the £4.5m defender bracket from teams who performed really well last season, including Sven Botman, Rico Henry and Tyrone Mings. I'll be hopping on and off these players for their favourable fixture swings.
Utkarsh Dalmia (@zophar666)
I think the Arsenal players are underpriced. Bukayo Saka (£8.5m) is probably £2.0m cheaper than what I expected him to be. He has registered 20+ goal involvements for two seasons now and is nailed in that Arsenal side.