Typically, bronze level players won't set you back too much money while compiling your Ultimate Team, usually because they're not very good, fashionable or useful.
Being in the lowest band on the game, the bronze level is generally made up of lower league players and unless you are one, or know one personally, there's not ever going to be much of a reason to buy one.
However, there is one bronze level player who has been uncovered that will set players back quite a handsome sum – £137,000 to be exact.
But this player could be something of a wildcard, as he has one thing that sets him apart from the other players in his ranking category.
It turns out that Colchester United's Brennan Dickenson could be something of a hidden gem, after one FIFA user took to Twitter to ask a number of other high profile players exactly why he cost so much, and got an answer that is well worth looking into.
It seems that the 24-year-old former Southampton academy graduate has some pace in his locker – quite a lot of it, actually.
The user 'Crazy_Playr' asked around to see why his valuation had spiked recently and the answer came back that he had some impressive stats all things considered.
Dickenson possesses an impressive 92 sprint speed rating as well as 82 for acceleration, which brings his overall pace stat to 88.
And not only that, he has a shot power rating of 80.
Not bad for a player in League Two, are any of you going to be taking a punt on him in the near future?
However, in some instances he's costing even more than the initial £137,000, with one user reporting that Dickenson would set him back £185,000, as you can see below.
But his average price on the Xbox One seems to be £169,000, and it could even go up in the near future.
So if you've got a bit of spare cash, he could well be worth the punt given his overall speed. Is he the best bronze player on the game, though? If you've found a better one let us know who he is and where to find him.
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