Barcelona will make you pay a hefty price to sign Fati, but that's because he has the potential to develop into one of the finest players on FM. Armini has the potential to become one of the greatest centre-backs around, and he can be snapped up for pocket change if you move fast enough.
That's enough to get him the top tier of wingers, should he grow correctly.
The latest talent off of the Benfica production line, Tavares has already turned out for the first team, in what should be the start of a long, successful career. Either way, here are 20 wonderkids that you need to know about in Football Manager 2020. He has been trained by Lyon's fantastic academy coaches and looks like the kind of player who could make a real difference in the future. It remains to be seen if these players will have the real life careers of Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero, or if they'll be earmarked as Football Manager cult heroes like Cherno Samba and Tonton Zola Moukoko. Considering he could end up being one of Europe's best wingers, that's an absolute bargain. The attacker has pedigree too, his father Jorge won the league with Boavista in 2001.
France know how to produce elite defenders, so you need to move for him soon before his price tag flies up.
Here's a young lad that you should know about already. At that stage of his career, the then 18 year-olf had already made his Mexico debut. What else can we say about Troy Parrott, the 17 year-old with the eyes of Ireland on him.
Of course, the conveyor-belt of Belgian footballers just keeps throwing out brilliant diminutive midfielders with a creative edge. He's not too shabby in real-life either. Sporting have done it again with Bragança. CSKA moved quickly to snap up the Icelandic midfielder's signature back in 2018. Another relatively big-name player in the context of wonderkids, Jean-Clair Todibo was swiftly snapped up by Barcelona following a stellar start to his professional career at Toulouse. Nevertheless, he'd still be a top signing.
With prices starting from £13 million these best FM French Wonderkids are quite expensive but should develop into worldclass players to the criteria below: Under 20 years old as of July 1 start date; French nationality But just remember, if your wonderkids don’t get any game time they’re quickly going to become wonderflops.
That shouldn't deter anyone from buying the young lad, though. An England youth international, Kenneh is versatile enough to play in midfield and anywhere across the back line as well. Again, we couldn't do this list without including more than one Ajax player. At the beginning of your save, Lyon's Rayan Cherki is just 15 years-old. Buy him early before his value soars. However, if shown the right amount of love, he should grow into a consistent Italian international. One of the stars of Brazilian football, Phelipe has already been part of the senior international side, and there is a real belief that he could be the next great goalkeeper for the Seleção. We're back at the Stadio Olimpico for another Roma wonderkid.
The man in question, Fabio Silva. Comfortable anywhere across the forward line, Santos has everything he needs to become a superstar in European football. Belgium have produced plenty of exciting forwards in the past, and Vershaeren looks to be next. Will he be able to get past Ederson in the pecking order, or is he yours for the taking?
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Left-back wonderkids don't come better than 20-year-old Itter. The November 19th release date has been met with plenty of wannabe managers taking the plunge into a new career and will no doubt see countless players searching to find that next great wonderkid to lead their team to glory. Long viewed as part of the future of Argentinian football, Palacios can be picked up for cheap early in the game before he reaches his full potential. Given he is seen as one of England's brightest talents, Liverpool will make you pay a high price to sign Elliott, but he could justify those demands as he gets older. Primarily a right-back, Correia is also comfortable to play on the left, so he could fill in in plenty of positions in any team. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best and brightest, but most importantly cheap, wonderkids heading our way in FM20. Note: All of these are correct as … Rodrygo is already showcasing world-class potential at a Champions League level for Real Madrid, having moved from Santos for a fee of around €45m. The attacking prodigy has made his Spurs first-team debut this season, alongside his Ireland debut, and has just made his Premier League debut.
Ihattaren is seen as one of the brightest talents in Dutch football, and it surely won't be much longer before he follows the likes of Matthijs de Ligt and Frenkie de Jong and seals a blockbuster move overseas. Considering his playmaking credentials and four-and-a-half star potential, that represents an absolute steal. Gustavo has been a revelation for Famalicão, proving why he is rated so highly with a number of impressive top-flight showings. Having already made well over 100 appearances for Nice, Sarr is ready to step into any team on the game. The younger Maldini has the potential to do just that, so make sure you win the race for his signature. Those with a smaller budget will still be able to pick up Trincão, who could play on either side of your attack for the next decade.
Parrott's also on the radar of some of Europe's biggest clubs, including Juventus and Bayern Munich.
He has been an ever-present for Germany's youth sides, and you should be the one to give him his first taste of top-flight football. In-game, Parrott's valued at around €1m, with a current ability of just two-and-a-half-stars. This lad shouldn't count, but we'd be foolish to not consider him a wonderkid. This list wouldn't be complete without unearthing an attacking gem plying their trade at FC Porto. Camavinga does have the potential to become one of European football's best midfield destroyers, both in-game and real-life. He can tackle and he can pass, so Bobsin could become the complete midfielder with the right training.
It's no exaggeration to claim that Boadu is the complete striker. Moriba has been tipped to reach the kind of level which most players can only dream of. An exciting right-back, Mura can play anywhere on the right side of the pitch, meaning he knows how to grab his fair share of goals and assists.
No strangers to developing superstars, Porto have done it again with Costa, who is on the cusp of breakthrough to the senior side. Couple that with his potential ability of four-and-a-half stars, and Szoboszlai could be the man to satiate your future playmaking needs. Ansu Fati (FC Barcelona) At just 17 years of age, Ansu Fati has already made his …
Myron Boadu is already a Dutch international, making his debut for the Netherlands in their 5-0 win over Estonia, scoring the final goal. Spurs fans seem to think so, and that's the kind of level he can reach on FM with the right management.
United won't let Mejbri go for cheap, but he's the kind of player you need to constantly keep an eye on. This is one off the beaten track, though all the best wonderkids come from strange and unusual places. It's hard to see Lyon wanting to give him up, but you can always try. He's already made nearly 50 first-team appearances before the age of 20. Football Manager 2020 has been out for a few weeks now, with some people already decades deep on their adventures with their chosen teams. The youngest player on the list.
Silva became the youngest player in Porto's history when he came on against Gil Vicente in August 2019, and has already scored his first league goal for the club. His side's relegation from Serie A last season means that there's more scope for first-team football in Italy's second tier for the playmaker. Vinicius Junior is already seen as the future of Real Madrid. A FM legend by the age of 18, players should know all about Pellegri already.