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FPL experts: 2024/25 midfielder price predictions

31 May 2024
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The Scout's panel of Fantasy Premier League experts predict how players will be priced next season and explain their reasoning.

Cole Palmer (Chelsea)

Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily): This is a big one - I expect Palmer to DOUBLE in price from the £5.0m where he started this season. He was the top-scoring player in 2023/24 Fantasy, with 244 points in a phenomenal breakthrough season. Palmer's 22 goals, 13 assists and 32 bonus points puts him up there with the big boys.

I’d also expect Christopher Nkunku and Nicolas Jackson to be priced quite temptingly for the upcoming season, enticing FPL managers to "cover" Chelsea's attack with one of the forwards, and go without the much more expensive Palmer.
Prediction: Palmer £10.0m

Phil Foden (Man City)

Nick Harris (@WGTA_Nick): Foden started the season at £7.5m and finished at £8.5m. An absolute bargain considering he was named 2023/24 EA SPORTS Player of the Season, and was the second top-scoring player in FPL. He definitely won't be as affordable in the next campaign, and I expect Foden will be valued at closer to £10.0m, meaning FPL managers will have some tough choices regarding how to fit him and other players in.
Prediction: Foden £10.0m

Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace)

Pras (@Pras_FPL): Eze started this season at £6.5m. There's now likely to be lots of expectation on Crystal Palace after their strong finish. Despite this, I think it will be important to price Eze cheaper than midfielders from teams such as Spurs, Man Utd, Man City and Arsenal. For me, £7.5m sounds like a good price.
Prediction: Eze £7.5m

Anthony Gordon (Newcastle)

Utkarsh Dalmia (@ZopharFPL): Initially priced at £5.5m, Gordon enjoyed a fabulous campaign, chipping in with 11 goals and 16 assists. There was a clear bias towards home matches, but he did deliver away too, by the end of the season. With Newcastle not having any European commitments, Gordon should see regular starts. A price tag of £8.0m is warranted.
Prediction: Gordon £8.0m

Kevin De Bruyne (Man City)

Gianni Buttice (@GianniButtice): With four goals and 10 assists in 15 starts last season, De Bruyne again delivered for his owners, with an average of almost a return every start. However, with so many matches missed and the likes of Foden outperforming him, I think we will see a price drop - the big question is by how much? He ended last season at £10.6m, so I think he will come in at £10.0m. But I wouldn't be surprised to see him at £9.5m.
Prediction: De Bruyne £10.0m

Kai Havertz (Arsenal)

Harry Daniels (@FPL_Harry): After starting the season at £7.5m, Havertz has changed many people's opinion of him, including mine. I expect him to be the focal attacker going into the new season for Arsenal and to get a significant price increase - and position change as a result. My prediction is Havertz will come in at £9.0m, but now as a forward.
Prediction: Havertz £9.0m

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

Az Phillips (@FPLBlackBox_Az): Salah started the campaign at £12.5m and managed another 200-point season. I can't see his price going up, so I expect it to stay the same.
Prediction: Salah £12.5m

Son Heung-min (Spurs)

Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): Son's price of £9.0m at the start of this season was £3.0m lower than it was the year before. This time out he was the sixth-highest scoring player in the game, with 213 points, only bettered by Palmer, Foden, Ollie Watkins, Bukayo Saka and Erling Haaland. While I don't think we will see Son reach the heights of his £12.0m price tag from 2022/23, I think a small rise will be on the cards. I can see the Spurs star being available for £10.0m.
Prediction: Son £10.0m

Bruno Fernandes (Man Utd)

Pranil Sheth (@lateriser12): Fernandes started and ended the season at £8.5m, which I think was fairly cheap for him. I am expecting him to do a lot better next season and given how he ended 2023/24, I am guessing he'll be £9.0m for next season.
Prediction: Fernandes £9.0m

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