Fantasy Football managers can begin to prepare their team for the upcoming season after Fantasy Premier League (FPL) released player prices for the 2018/19 campaign.
Liverpool's Mo Salah, classed as a midfielder, is the top-priced player at £13m after scoring 303 points last season, while England captain and Tottenham striker Harry Kane is valued at £12.5m.
The top-priced goalkeeper is Manchester United's David Gea at £6m, while five defenders will all cost £6.5m - Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso (both Chelsea), Nicolas Otamendi and Kyle Walker (both Manchester City) and Antonio Valencia (Manchester United).
The top-priced Albion player for next season is midfielder Pascal Gross, at £7m. He scored seven goals and provided eight assists last season on his way to 164 points.
Goalkeeper Mathew Ryan got 146 points last season and costs £4.5m this year, while in defence Lewis Dunk, Shane Duffy, Bruno, Leon Balogun and Gaetan Bong will all cost £4.5m.
Colombian winger Jose Izquierdo is valued at £6m, while Glenn Murray is the Seagulls' top-priced striker at £6.5m.
Other Albion player prices - Markus Suttner £4m; Ezequiel Schelotto £4m; Anthony Knockaert £5.5m; Solly March £5m; Davy Propper £5m; Dale Stephens £4.5m; Beram Kayal £4.5m; Jurgen Locadia £5.5m; Tomer Hemed £5m; Florin Andone £5m; Sam Baldock £4.5m.
Looking at potential bargains for next season, Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is valued at £7.5m, Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek is £5.5m, Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney costs £5m, Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard is £7m, West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic is £7.5m and Albion summer signing Andone is just £5m.