Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham 2021/22 FPL player prices

Matt O'Connor-Simpson
Tottenham's squad could look a lot different after the summer
Tottenham's squad could look a lot different after the summer / Pool/Getty Images
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The Tottenham squad's Fantasy Premier League prices for the 2021/22 season have been unveiled, with Harry Kane set to start the campaign as the joint most expensive player in the game.

Kane, who continues to be linked with a move away from Tottenham, enjoyed his best ever FPL performance last term. He earned an incredible 242 points after finishing top of the Premier League goals and assists charts.

The only player who fared better than him was Bruno Fernandes, who scored 244. Despite this, Kane will set you back £0.5m more than the Manchester United midfielder next season. The England skipper and Mohamed Salah are the only FPL players priced at £12.5m, while Fernandes, Kevin De Bruyne and Sadio Mane cost £12m.

Kane is not the only Spurs player priced at double figures. Son Heung-min will set you back £10m, after recording his best ever FPL points total last season, 228.

Aside from these two luxury purchases there is plenty of value to be found in north London. Hugo Lloris has been priced at £5.5m and no Spurs defender costs more than £5m. Aside from Son, Lucas Moura and Dele Alli are Tottenham's most expensive midfielders at £6.5m.

Meanwhile, highly rated Oliver Skipp - who impressed on loan at Norwich City last season - is just £4.5m.

You can find a full breakdown of every Tottenham player's FPL price below...


1. Goalkeepers

Hugo Lloris
Lloris is a solid option in goal / Pool/Getty Images

Hugo Lloris (£5.5m)

Joe Hart (£4.5m)


2. Defenders

Matt Doherty
Former FPL favourite Matt Doherty endured a tough first season at Tottenham / Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

Sergio Reguilon (£5m)

Toby Alderweireld (£5m)

Serge Aurier (£5m)

Matt Doherty (£5m)

Eric Dier (£4.5m)

Ben Davies (£4.5m)

Davinson Sanchez (£4.5m)

Joe Rodon (£4.5m)

Japhet Tanganga (£4.5m)

Ryan Sessegnon (£4.5m)


3. Midfielders

Heung-Min Son
Son racked up over 200 points last season / Chloe Knott - Danehouse/Getty Images

Son Heung-min (£10m)

Dele Alli (£6.5m)

Lucas Moura (£6.5m)

Tanguy Ndombele (£6m)

Steven Bergwijn (£6m)

Giovani Lo Celso (£6m)

Erik Lamela (£6m)

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (£5.0m)

Moussa Sissoko (£4.5m)

Harry Winks (£4.5m)

Oliver Skipp (£4.5m)


4. Forwards

Harry Kane
Only Bruno Fernandes got more FPL points than Harry Kane last season / Pool/Getty Images

Harry Kane (£12.5m)

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