FIFA 21 Career Mode: Seven 'hidden' wonderkids you should look to sign

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As the Jadon Sancho summer transfer saga goes on with Manchester United in pursuit of the Borussia Dortmund superstar, FIFA Career Mode bosses are left in bemusement at how long deals actually take to be done.

For those who prefer the swift nature of business on the game, we have taken a look at seven wonderkids you should buy in your search for glory, with the help of Real Sport.

With EA adding a whole host of new Career features and options, the mode that players have often felt is neglected for its more financially successful brother Ultimate Team, looks finally set to able to compete in FIFA 21.

So, whether you are taking newly promoted Harrogate Town all the way to Europe, or trying to replace Lionel Messi at Barcelona, here’s the youngsters you should take a look at.

Mohamed Ihattaren (OVR 68 → 76)

Age: 18
Position(s): CAM, RW
Club: PSV
Country: Netherlands
FIFA 20 Potential: 88

Having made his PSV debut at 16, the dynamic playmaker provided six assists in the Eredivisie last season, netting on three occasions. Best suited to the number 10 role, Ihattaren’s impressive all-round stats could see him go on to become a star.

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Myron Boadu (OVR 70 → 75)

Age: 19
Position(s): ST
Club: AZ Alkmaar
Country: Netherlands
FIFA 20 Potential: 88

With electric pace and silky dribbling, Baodu is clinical inside the area as he scored 14 league goals in 24 appearances, assisting another eight. The terrific run of form earned him a full international debut in November.

Adam Hlozek (OVR 70 → 74)

Age: 18
Position(s): RM, ST, LM
Club: Sparta Prague
Country: Czech Republic
FIFA 20 Potential: 88

Last season, Hlozek was a main stay in Sparta Prague’s side, making 43 appearances in the Fortuna Liga aged just 17. Capable of playing anywhere across the front line, the new position change features on Career Mode mean Hlozek is a must!

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Thiago Almada (OVR 72 → 74)

Age: 19
Position(s): CAM, CM, LW
Club: Velez Sarsfield
Country: Argentina
FIFA 20 Potential: 88

Fans and pundits are quick to throw the ‘New Messi’ tag at emerging Argentinian talent, but in Almada’s case, the comparison might not be that much of a stretch. With pace, trickery and finishing that has torn up Argentina’s Superliga, it’s no surprise that some of Europe’s biggest clubs are after the Velez youngster.

Yari Verschaeren (OVR 72 → 73)

Age: 19
Position(s): CAM, CM, RW
Club: Anderlecht
Country: Belgium
FIFA 20 Potential: 87

Another versatile midfielder, Verschaeren could prove a steal early into your tenure as a Career Mode boss. The Belgian’s rounded stats show his ability to really dictate play going forward.

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Ryan Gravenberch (OVR 67 → 70)

Age: 18
Position(s): CM, CDM
Club: Ajax
Country: Netherlands
FIFA 20 Potential: 87

Standing well over six-feet tall, the young combative Dutch midfielder is the next superstar to come through the illustrious Ajax academy. Do the names Cruyff, Rijkaard, Bergkamp, Kluivert and de Boer ring a bell?

Jeremy Doku (OVR 66 → 69)

Age: 18
Position(s): RW, LW
Club: Anderlecht
Country: Belgium
FIFA 20 Potential: 87

Three games into the new Jupiler Pro League season and Doku has scored and made an assist in an impressive start to the campaign. Known for his frightening pace and his love for running at full backs, the Belgium under-21 star could be a real bargain!

FIFA 21 releases on October 6. You can watch the full Career Mode trailer above.

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