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Premier League release FPL most-picked player from each team for 23/24, Man United star owned by 39% of managers



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The Premier League has released information on FPL manager’s most-picked player from each team so far.

Ahead of the 2023/24 campaign; everyone’s favourite Premier League game is back and fans can now start putting together their £100m worth squads.

United’s full squad and their prices for FPL were revealed earlier this week, with new signing Mason Mount coming in at £8m.

However, one of the main rules of FPL is that each squad is only allowed three players from each team in at a time.

This means that fans have to be more strategic about who to choose from each club (especially their own!) and who they consider the most impactful players across the league.

The Premier League themselves have revealed every club’s most chosen player — and the percentage of FPL teams they are included in.

For Manchester United, Marcus Rashford tops the list with a total of 39.3% FPL players included the English forward in their squads.

He earned 205 points last term – United, and FPL, fans are expecting another impressive campaign for the English forward.

The full list, which is accurate as of the 9 July, can be read below.

Arsenal – Bukayo Saka (49.2%)

Aston Villa – Tyrone Mings (16.7%)

AFC Bournemouth – Mark Travers (3.4%)

Brentford – Bryan Mbeumo (27.6%)

Brighton – Pervis Estupinan (51.2%)

Burnley – Jordan Beyer (7.7%)

Chelsea – Reece James (18.6%)

Crystal Palace – Eberechi Eze (12.4%)

Everton – Jordan Pickford (16.3%)

Fulham – Bernd Leno (11.0%)

Liverpool – Trent Alexander-Arnold (34.1%)

Luton Town – Amari’i Bell (22.3%)

Manchester City – Erling Haaland (85.0%)

Manchester United – Marcus Rashford (39.3%)

Newcastle United- Kieran Trippier (33.9%)

Nottingham Forest – Sam Surridge (10.4%)

Sheffield United – George Baldock (6.0%)

Tottenham Hotspur – James Maddison (18.4%)

West Ham – Alphonse Areola (26.2%)

Wolves – Matija Sarkic (2.4%)