Fantasy Premier League: Who are the 10 best bargain purchase for your FPL team?

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It's a Saturday afternoon and you find yourself screaming at the television about the wrong decision that your club's manager has made.

We've all been there, haven't we?

But after listening to your mates tell you that they could do a better job than Pep Guardiola, it seems only right that they step up to the plate.

With Fantasy Premier League, it's time to walk the walk.

The rules of the game are simple; you have £100million of fictional money to sign 15 players to make up your squad.

This includes two goalkeepers, five defenders, five midfielders and three attackers.

After naming a starting XI each week you'll earn points based on how each of your 11 players perform during the live gameweek.

For goalkeepers and defenders you'll be targeting clean sheets and a robust defence, whereas in midfield you'll be hoping for goals and assists to boost your score.

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While you have opportunities to make transfers each week, it's essential to build a strong, but well-balanced squad to start the season in the right way.

Of course you want to target players such as Kevin De Bruyne or Mo Salah, but they'll take up a significant chunk of your budget.

Instead you'd be better looking at some of the players who are a tad cheaper but will still bring home the bacon each week.

Here we've taken a look at 10 of the best bargain signings to look out for on Fantasy Premier League this season.

Illan Meslier (£4.5m)

The Leeds United youngster will be an unfamiliar name for most, but after establishing himself as the club's number one he looks set to be a first team regular in Marcelo Bielsa's robust defence.

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Lewis Dunk (£5m)

A Brighton regular, the defender offers great value after racking up nine clean sheet, three goals and three assists last term - making him one of the best value players on the game.

William Saliba (£4.5m)

Arsenal's newest signing will have low expectations for the season, but with Mikel Arteta struggling for central defenders the 19-year-old could be set to play a big role in North London this term.

James Tarkowski (£5.5m)

He may cost a medium amount for a defender, but with two goals, three assists and a staggering 15 clean sheets last term, the Burnley man is as reliable a defender as you're likely to find.

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Pablo Hernandez (£6m)

Leeds United's midfield maestro may be in the autumn of his career, but with nine goals and nine assists in Marcelo Bielsa's offensive side last term, the playmaker looks ready to play a huge role in the club's season.

Phil Foden (6.5m)

The Manchester City starlet looks set to play a starring role under Pep Guardiola, so with goals and assists in his locker you can almost guarantee that his value will rocket as the season unfolds.

Mason Greenwood (7.5m)

The Man United starlet looks nailed on to improve his 10-goal tally this term, and given FPL's decision to move him into midfield, the goal-machine could be a very popular choice.

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Trezeguet (£5.5m)

The Egyptian came good for Aston Villa after lockdown and if he can maintain that form in his second season for the club then his cut-price valuation could be outstanding value.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6m)

Fulham's talisman scored 26 goals last term and has a ratio of one in two for the Cottagers, meaning that the powerful striker is almost guaranteed to rack up an impressive tally this term.

Patrick Bamford (£5.5m)

Despite a questionable record in the Premier League so far, the Leeds United striker looks set to lead the line for Marcelo Bielsa's attack-minded side - something that could lead to plenty of goals for the relatively cheap frontman.

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