FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 7

FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 7
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As the Premier League season progresses, Fantasy Premier League (FPL) managers are keeping a keen eye on player performances and price fluctuations.

With Gameweek 7 on the horizon, understanding FPL price changes has become increasingly important.

Player values can rise or fall based on their recent form, injuries, and overall impact on the field.

In this article, we will delve into the notable FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 7, providing insights into which players are becoming more or less attractive options for FPL managers as they fine-tune their squads for the upcoming fixtures.

Understanding FPL price changes: What drives player valuation?

Player prices in the Fantasy Premier League can fluctuate based on the level of interest they generate from FPL managers.

When a player becomes a popular choice for transfers into FPL teams, their price can increase by £0.1 million each day, reflecting their rising demand.

Conversely, if a player experiences a significant number of transfers out of FPL squads, their price can decrease by £0.1 million daily, mirroring the reduced interest in their services.

These price changes are a dynamic aspect of the FPL game, incentivizing managers to make informed decisions about player transfers and team composition.

Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur thanking the fan
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Mastering FPL price changes: Monitoring player transfers

To gain a competitive edge in the Fantasy Premier League, diligent monitoring of player transfers is a crucial strategy for managers.

Keeping a close watch on both incoming and outgoing transfers provides valuable insights into player trends.

FPL managers can identify the players who are currently in high demand, indicating potential price rises in the near future.

Conversely, managers can also spot heavily-sold players, likely candidates for price drops.

It's important to note that the prices displayed on the transfer page represent a player's selling price, adjusted for any applicable sell-on fee.

To determine the purchase price of a player, the list view on the transfers page should be consulted.

Keep in mind that the selling price of a player may cause FPL price changes due to a 50 percent sell-on fee (rounded up to the nearest £0.1 million), which is applied to profits earned on that player.

For instance, if an FPL manager acquires a player for £5.5 million and sells them when their price is £5.9 million, the selling price will be £5.7 million.

Staying informed about these intricacies is essential for FPL success.

Most transfers for Gameweek 7

Most transfers in

  • Kieran Trippier (NEW): 466,002
  • Son Heung-min (TOT): 454,992
  • Sven Botman (NEW): 423,813
  • Carlton Morris (LUT): 368,856
  • Kaoru Mitoma (BHA): 333,837

Most transfers out

  • Ben Chilwell (CHE): 601,553
  • Malo Gusto (CHE): 374,225
  • Rodri (MCI): 367,014
  • Nicolas Jackson (CHE): 359,774
  • Marcus Rashford (MUN): 305,350

FPL price changes ahead of Gameweek 7

FPL price changes: Risers

  • Carlton Morris (Luton) £5.6m
  • Moussa Diaby (Aston Villa) £6.7m
  • Matty Cash (Aston Villa) £4.8m
  • Bernd Leno (Fulham) £4.7m
  • James Ward-Prowse (West Ham) £6.3m
  • Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton) £6.6m
  • Kyle Walker (Man City) £5.3m
  • Sven Botman (Newcastle) £4.7m
  • Anthony Gordon (Newcastle) £5.6m
  • Kieran Trippier (Newcastle) £6.6m
  • Son Heung-min (Spurs) £9.2m
  • Alphonse Areola (West Ham) £4.2m
  • Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace) £4.7m
  • Julian Alvarez (Man City) £7.0m
  • Destiny Udogie (Spurs) £4.8m
  • Pedro Neto (Wolves) £5.6m

FPL price changes: Fallers

  • Carney Chukwuemeka (Chelsea) £4.3m
  • Rodri (Man City) £5.6m
  • Divin Mubama (West Ham) £4.3m
  • Kai Havertz (Arsenal) £7.1m
  • Youri Tielemans (Aston Villa) £5.7m
  • Enzo Fernandez (Chelsea) £4.9m
  • Sasa Lukic (Fulham) £4.4m
  • Harry Maguire (Man Utd) £4.2m
  • Rhys Norrington-Davies (Sheff Utd) £3.9m
  • Nicolas Jackson (Chelsea) £6.9m
  • Bernardo Silva (Man City) £6.3m
  • Martin Dubravka (Newcastle) £3.9m
  • Matt Doherty (Wolves) £4.3m
  • Thomas Strakosha (Brentford) £3.9m
  • Raheem Sterling (Chelsea) £7.1m
  • Gabriel (Arsenal) £4.7m
  • Ben Chilwell (Chelsea) £5.6m
  • Lewis Hall (Newcastle) £4.4m
  • Joelinton (Newcastle) £5.8m
  • Ivan Perisic (Spurs) £4.8m
  • Danny Ings (West Ham) £5.7m
  • Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal) £5.5m
  • Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal) £4.9m
  • Chris Mepham (Bournemouth) £4.3m
  • Rico Henry (Brentford) £4.5m
  • Yoane Wissa (Brentford) £6.0m
  • Sander Berge (Burnley) £4.8m
  • Jack Cork (Burnley) £4.8m
  • Romeo Lavia (Chelsea) £4.9m
  • Noni Madueke (Chelsea) £5.3m
  • Diogo Jota (Liverpool) £7.8m
  • Elijah Adebayo (Luton) £4.8m
  • Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Man Utd) £4.5m
  • Ben Osborn (Sheff Utd) £4.8m
  • Brennan Johnson (Spurs) £5.8m
  • Michail Antonio (West Ham) £5.9m

This article was most recently revised and updated 5 months ago

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