Or would the 36 per cent of FPL managers who own the Liverpool star spend their money better elsewhere?
"This season, if you look at the data from the previous season, he's not far off where he was," Sam says. "And in the game at the weekend he looked like the Salah of last season, so he's well worth the money."
Lee is pleased to own Raheem Sterling (£11.6m), who is offering more for the money with an average of 9.1 FPL points per million compared with Salah's 8.5.
He believes Liverpool value lies elsewhere.
"Salah's not worth £13.0m," Lee says. "It's too much outlay for him.
"Up until the four goals at Bournemouth we were talking about Liverpool being a different beast this year, not being as gung-ho.
"I like Xherdan Shaqiri [£7.1m]. If you want a route into their attack he's a nice, safe way in."
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