FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 10: All you need to know

FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 10: All you need to know
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Fantasy Premier League (FPL) managers, get ready to keep a close eye on the FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 10.

In the ever-evolving world of FPL, player prices are susceptible to daily fluctuations, which can significantly impact your team's strategy.

Let's dive into the intricacies of FPL price changes, understanding why they occur and how they can influence your FPL journey.

FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 10: What you need to know

Why do prices change?

Player prices in FPL are not set in stone; they are subject to change based on the ebb and flow of transfers made by FPL managers.

A player's price can rise by £0.1m per day if they become a popular choice for transfers in.

Conversely, if a player experiences a mass exodus from FPL teams, their price can drop by £0.1m per day.

In essence, these changes reflect a player's activity in the FPL transfer market.

When do FPL prices change?

FPL player price changes occur overnight in the UK time zone.

This means that diligent FPL managers need to keep a watchful eye on the latest developments and plan their transfers accordingly.

Impact of FPL price changes on managers

FPL price changes can have a significant impact on FPL managers' strategies.

You might find yourself unable to afford a player you've been eyeing because one of your players has seen their price decrease by £0.1m, or the player you're targeting has seen a £0.1m price increase.

It's a dynamic that requires strategic thinking and quick decision-making.

Over the course of the season, FPL managers aim to increase their team's value.

By investing in players who are in high demand and undergoing frequent transfers in, managers hope to see their team's total value surpass the initial £100m allotted at the start of the season.

However, bear in mind that heavy transfers out of your players can cause your team's value to fall below this threshold.

Crystal Palace's Jordan Ayew (left) and Newcastle United's Sandro Tonali battle for the ball during the Premier League
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Monitor transfers in and out

To navigate the intricacies of FPL price changes, it's crucial for managers to monitor the transfers in and out of players throughout the season.

By doing so, you can identify the most popular transfers in, which are likely to lead to price rises, as well as the most heavily sold players, which are likely to experience price drops.

Keep in mind that the prices displayed on the transfer page represent players' selling prices minus any sell-on fee.

If you want to check the price you paid for a player, use the list view on the transfers page.

This is important because the selling price for a player can be less than the current price at which FPL managers can buy the player.

A 50 percent (rounded up to the nearest £0.1m) sell-on fee is applied to any profits made on a player.

For instance, if you purchased a player for £5.5m and decide to sell them when their price has risen to £5.9m, the selling price will be £5.7m.

Understanding these mechanics is essential for FPL managers looking to make informed and profitable decisions in the FPL market.

Most transfers for Gameweek 10

Most transfers in:

Player Number of Transfers
Ollie Watkins (AVL) 567,920
Mohamed Salah (LIV) 365,159
Bukayo Saka (ARS) 336,296
Douglas Luiz (AVL) 344,660
Konstantinos Tsimikas (LIV) 243,616

Most transfers out:

Player Number of Transfers
Pervis  Estupinan (BHA) 351,647
Marcus Rashford (MUN) 282,257
Sven Botman (NEW) 265,779
Erling Haaland (MCI) 249,648
Bruno Fernandes (MUN) 196,422

FPL price changes – Risers, fallers

Risers

  • Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) £8.6m
  • Anthony Gordon (Newcastle) £5.7m
  • Jamaal Lascelles (Newcastle) £4.0m
  • Kieran Trippier (Newcastle) £7.0m
  • Cristian Romero (Spurs) £4.9m
  • Cole Palmer (Chelsea) £5.0m
  • Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) £12.8m
  • Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa) £5.5m
  • Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa) £8.3m
  • Jarrod Bowen (West Ham) £7.4m
  • Konstantinos Tsimikas (Liverpool) £4.5m

Fallers

  • Leandro Trossard (Arsenal) £6.5m
  • Arijanet Muric (Burnley) £4.3m
  • Nathan Patterson (Everton) £4.4m
  • Harry Wilson (Fulham) £5.3m
  • Andrew Robertson (Liverpool) £6.5m
  • Marcus Rashford (Man Utd) £8.7m
  • Harvey Barnes (Newcastle) £6.2m
  • Emerson Royal (Spurs) £4.4m
  • Emiliano Buendía (Aston Villa) £5.7m
  • Ben Chilwell (Chelsea) £5.4m
  • Marek Rodak (Fulham) £3.9m
  • Wataru Endo (Liverpool) £5.4m
  • Amari'i Bell (Luton) £3.9m
  • Omari Forson (Man Utd) £4.4m
  • Oliver Norwood (Sheff Utd) £4.8m
  • William Osula (Sheff Utd) £4.3m
  • Michail Antonio (West Ham) £5.8m
  • Pervis Estupinan (Brighton) £5.0m
  • Beto (Everton) £5.9m
  • Ben Godfrey (Everton) £4.3m
  • Bruno Fernandes (Man Utd) £8.3m
  • Sandro Tonali (Newcastle) £5.3m
  • Alejandro Garnacho (Man Utd) £4.7m
  • Andre Onana (Man Utd)
  • Brandon Austin (Spurs) £3.9m
  • Pablo Fornals (West Ham) £4.7m
  • Jorginho (Arsenal) £5.3m
  • Kevin Schade (Brentford) £5.3m
  • Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace) £5.4m
  • Carlton Morris (Luton) £5.5m
  • Daniel Bentley (Wolves) £3.9m

This article was most recently revised and updated 6 months ago

Rababe Koussaimi, a 22-year-old journalist, is deeply passionate about the world of sports. She grew up in a footballing environment, supporting both Bayern Munich and Wydad Athletic Club. She began her English journalism career by hosting a podcast for the first English radio station in Morocco. Currently, the Moroccan journalist channels her enthusiasm into writing and conducting extensive research, creating insightful and engaging content for GoalBall Live readers.