A number of promoted players have been handed tempting price tags in Fantasy Premier League this season.
Ryan Sessegnon has been classified as a midfielder and is available for £6.5m.
Sessegnon produced 15 goals and eight assists for Fulham in the Championship last season.
He plays on the left of a front three and 50 of his 56 shots came from inside the penalty area.
As a midfielder playing further forward, Sessegnon looks set to be Fulham's go-to attacking player in FPL.
Central midfielder Ruben Neves will cost £5.0m.
He scored six goals and provided one assist in 2017/18 for Championship winners Wolverhampton Wanderers.
All six of his goals were scored from outside the penalty area, four of which were free-kicks.
But the price of his team-mate Diogo Jota will be a factor when deciding whether to buy Neves.
Jota was more prolific. His 17 goals and 120 shots were the second-most in last season’s Championship.
The centre-back is a big threat from set-pieces and scored seven times last season.
That was matched only by Marcos Alonso among FPL defenders.
And no side conceded fewer goals than Cardiff’s 39 in the Championship.