Fifa 17 Future Stars

Fifa 17 Future Stars

Fifa 17 Future Stars

Fifa 17 is all about the future stars. So it’s time to start thinking about who you are going to buy your squad, or trade for. Here are our top 10 picks for future superstars.



In FIFA 17 you can enlist scouts, which you send all over the world to look for young talented players. But that takes time and money, depending on the quality of your scouts. What would be easier than having a list with all the young players with a lot of potential? Well, you're in luck. We've compiled lists with young players who will strengthen your team after a while. In this FIFA 17 guide we'll detail the best young strikers, best young midfielders, best young defenders, and best young goalkeepers.

Hugo Siquet - RB - Liege - £3.5m Value - 18 - With usable Movement, Power, and Defending stats across the board, Siquet's real stand out is his 80 Crossing, which essentially marks him out as the cheap Trent Alexander-Arnold. Give his physicals time to grow into his 84 potenial and you've got a great wing back. He joined Freiburg in the winter transfer window, so snap him up before the transfer goes through on FIFA. (Source: www.vg247.com)



Bayern's reserve side have one of the highest-potential yet affordable players in Bright Arrey-Mbi, who can play in the middle or on the left of defence and is available for less than half a million. His value is low because his initial rating is also low, but this could make him affordable and attractive for teams looking to build for the future and sides that may be able to play him immediately.

The Future Stars will get special player cards with upgraded ratings. These ratings are based on where they could be if they fulfil their potential. A squad of 21 Future Stars will be released in packs, for a limited time, with supercharged stats to help them compete with today’s FUT elite (31 Jan 2020). (Source: www.fifplay.com)


Leonidas Stergiou - FC St. Gallen - £2.5m Value - Despite a low starting overall of 67, Stergiou is another shorter centre-back who makes up for it with a massive jumping stat of 86. He’s a really cheap option, making his accessible to a wide range of teams, and with a starting potential of 86, will grow into a top player fast with good performances.

Gabriel Martinelli - Arsenal - £18m Value - Arsenal might not be in as much of a crisis now as during their winless start to the Premier League season, but the fact remains: Martinelli has Saka and Pepe above him in the pecking order on the wing, Smith Rowe and Odegaard able to play wherever they’re needed, and Aubameyang and Lacazette to dislodge through the middle. With solid stats already across the board and a starting potential of 88, he’ll grow into a great attacking player with regular minutes. (Source: www.vg247.com)



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