The Official Fantasy Bundesliga is here! Think you have what it takes to win? takes a look over the top points scorers in each position to lend you a helping hand. First up, the goalkeepers…

Perhaps unsurprisingly, FC Bayern München and Germany number one Manuel Neuer was the Bundesliga's strongest goalkeeper in the 2015/16 season, but who else should you look out for next term?

All statistics given are from the 2015/16 season, unless otherwise stated.

1) Manuel Neuer (Bayern), In-game fantasy value: 15m

  • Germany's number one
  • Bundesliga record 21 clean sheets

2) Bernd Leno (Bayer 04 Leverkusen), In-game fantasy value: 13m

  • Neuer's long-term successor?
  • Bundesliga-record nine penalties saved

3) Roman Bürki (Borussia Dortmund), In-game fantasy value: 12m

Schalke's past and present: Ralf Fährmann (l.) and Manuel Neuer (r.). Who would you pick?

4) Ralf Fährmann (FC Schalke 04), In-game fantasy value: 12m

  • Back-stopped Europa League surge
  • Faced most shots on goal (165) of top-half teams

5) Timo Horn (1. FC Köln), In-game fantasy value: 11m

  • Germany's Olympic choice
  • 119 saves (Neuer and Bürki put together saved 138)

6) Yann Sommer (Borussia Mönchengladbach), In-game fantasy value: 11m

  • Resurgent Switzerland number one
  • Blocked 83 percent of shots in 14/15

7) Oliver Baumann (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim), In-game fantasy value: 10m

  • Lynchpin of club's great escape
  • League-high 150 saves

Yann Sommer (r.) gets the nod for Switzerland, but will you pick him ahead of Roman Bürki (c.) and Marwin Hitz (l.)?

8) Marwin Hitz (FC Augsburg), In-game fantasy value: 10m

  • Starring UEFA Europa League role
  • Most shots on goal of teams outside the bottom six (176)

9) Rene Adler (Hamburger SV), In-game fantasy value: 10m

  • Top-flight stalwart back to his best
  • HSV tenth, but Adler fifth for goals conceded

10) Fabio Coltorti (RB Leipzig), In-game fantasy value: 10m

  • Old head behind youthful RBL
  • Only conceded every 102 minutes in promotion campaign

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