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FIFA 16: 5 Most Promising Youngsters in Career Mode

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FIFA 16 is on the shelves,so go get it if you haven’t already.

And if you do have it,well you’re probably wondering who to sign in Career Mode.But never fear,here’s your answers.What follows are the five young players with the highest potential ratings in the game.You can buy them use fifa 16 coins.

Centre-back Top Picks: Ja?ro Riedewald & Tin Jedvaj (£6.5 million,£6 million)
It’s well documented that the Dutch National Team is currently under the cosh due to a plethora of problems,ranging from inept managing and tactical suppositions,to under-performing players and a general disinterest in how the team fairs.If there’s one thing they can take solace in,however,it’s just how many insanely talented youngsters they have rising up the ranks.One such player,and indeed one half of our centre-back partnership,is Ja?ro Riedewald,Ajax’s energetic and tough-tackling superstar who you have to think will be transferring to one of the biggest teams on the continent provided he continues his development arch in earnest.
With a stock rating of 75 and a potential for it to hit 86,(exactly the same in both respects to his defensive partner below) Riedewald’s inclusion is a no-brainer.
Few can argue against the Bundesliga being one of the best leagues in world football for atmosphere,skill,and general feel-good factor.It’s also got its fair share of precociously-talented youngsters,one of which being Tin Jedvaj,the Croatian centre-back starlet currently plying his trade with ambitious side Bayer Leverkusen.Don’t let the long hair and relatively timid exterior fool you,this youngster is the modern defensive package.
A tactically astute 19-year-old that excels in all areas of the centre-back playbook,Jedvaj’s stock rating of 75 grows to a well-balanced 86 proving conclusively that under the right tutelage this Croatian prodigy can light up any aspiring young team.

Left-Back Top Pick: Dzhamaldin Khodzhaniyazov (recently joined)
Dzhamaldin Khodzhaniyazov is a name you don’t hear all too often,presumably because it’s a bit of a chore just to say it.With that said,one thing that cannot be doubted is his talent which has shone brightly ever since his debut for the Russian Under 21s last year.An enterprising left-back who’s effectively a jack of all trades,Khodzhaniyazov is just the sort of no-nonsense player that’s necessary for one of the most underrated areas of pitch.Providing cover and balance for when the left-side of midfield wants to go on an adventure up field,the Turkmen-born whippersnapper is an excellent pick if you’re looking for steady improvement and longevity in the left-back position.He’s available for peanuts,too,once you can prise him from Danish club AGF.

Central Midfield Top Pick: Youri Tielemans (£11 million)
Astute players of last year’s iteration of FIFA should be well aware of Youri Tielemans,the midfield dynamo who,if he stays on course and realizes his potential,should be the most sought-after young midfielder in world football within two years.For us,he’s the first name on the team sheet.A skilled,dynamic midfielder,Tielemans has the highest potential in this year’s career mode,growing to a mind-melting 90 over the course of his career.A mainstay in our team since day one,the young Belgian commands a fee just over £11 million and is absolutely worth every penny for any ambitious side that has the financial clout to facilitate such a transfer.He begins with a stock rating of 76 which is in itself worthy of minutes no matter how prestigious your first XI is.
Like a conveyor belt in heat,Belgium has been producing talent after talent the past number of years and many believe that Tielemans has the potential to reach the zenith of world football.We do,too.

Goalkeeper Top Pick: Kepa Arrizabalaga (on loan)
As mentioned in the previous FIFA 16 career mode bargain buys article,it’s never too hard to find a young ‘keeper who’s incredibly highly rated in FIFA.They’re a dime a dozen in fact.In light of that,it’s best we go with a player whose first name is as close to the word ‘keeper’ as possible.In step Kepa Arrizabalaga,a stock 74-rated behemoth currently plugging away on loan at Real Valladolid with eyes on a far bigger prize in the future.
While not on the level of the likes of David De Gea and Thibaut Courtois just yet,Arrizabalaga hits his stride with a rating of 87,which comfortably cements him as one of the most promising ‘keepers around and a definitive choice between the sticks for this particular team.

Right-Back Top Pick: Kenny Tete (£5.5 million)
When considering a suitor for the right-back position there’s a lot of aspects you’ve got to weigh up.Given that the position,along with the opposite flank,requires an inordinate amount of concentration and a keen realization of the balance between attack and defense,you’ve got to find a talent that has all these traits in abundance,and one such player that has,is Dutch youngster Kenny Tete.A player who’s as defensive sharp as he is adept at bombing up the field,Tete very much encompasses the modern full-back and as such is a shoo-in for inclusion within nearly any starting XI.
Beginning his journey with a rating of 75,(peaking at 83) Tete can dominate the right-side area of the pitch for any allotted time provided you see it fit to slot him in at full-back.

Buy these players in your FIFA 16 Account.

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