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FUT Future Stars is EA’s definitive list of breakout stars for 2020. These wonderkids are on the cusp of breaking through into the football mainstream this season. In Future Stars, EA flash forward to what these youngsters could become if they fulfil their potential. Several Future Stars will be released in packs, for a limited time, with supercharged stats to help them compete with today’s FUT elite.

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FIFA 20 continues to be updated in 2020, and there’s a brand new promotional event called Future Stars to enjoy. As you might expect, this new set of cards will showcase exciting young prospects in the world of football, shining a light on excellent players who have yet to have their time in the sun. There are new activities to complete alongside the Future Stars cards, giving you plenty to sink your teeth into. Here’s what you need to know.

Mason Greenwood has been the bright spark in an otherwise dismal season for Manchester United. After earning his first ever senior minutes towards the end of last season, the 18-year-old has exploded to life in 2019/20 and established himself as a certified bagsman. The baller – who can bang with both feet – has scored nine goals so far this season and been a regular across United’s front three. He already looks like a player that will live up to the hype. (Source: versus.uk.com)

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Calteck made a big impact in his breakthrough 2018/19 season at Chelsea – winning the club’s Young Player of the Year award and bagging four goals on their Europa League run – and he probably should have been included in last year’s wave of ‘Future Stars’. After a serious Achilles tendon injury in April 2019, CHO is ultimately still working his way back to top form – and any criticism levelled at him for an underwhelming season so far is overly harsh. The Wandsworth baller has still scored three times this season is building a nice understanding with Reece James on Chelsea’s right wing. Callum Hudson-Odoi is still a problem – and his pace and dribbling ability will make him a threat on FIFA for years to come.

Before injury cruelly ruled him out of action until the end of the season, Nicolò Zaniolo was putting together a run of form that saw him heralded as the future of the Italian national team. At 6 ft 3 in, Zaniolo has the build and strength of a physical centre, but the grace and vision of a playmaker with an eye for goal. The baller joined Roma for just €4.5 million in 2018 in a deal that already looks like amazing value. While sitting on the treatment table (and potentially missing Euro 2020), a FIFA 20 ‘Future Stars’ upgrade will at least put a positive spin on Zaniolo’s place in the game right now. (Source: versus.uk.com)

 

 

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