Exciting young players are what many FIFA 20 players will be looking for when starting their Career Modes, so we've made a note of the very best for you to take a look at.
Signing youth prospects have a number of benefits in this particular game mode. Not only are younger players usually faster and have more potential to grow in terms of their quality, but their ever increasing prices can be really helpful as well.
Career Mode always places a strong emphasis on transfer business. You're going to need to make some key decisions in order to make your team better and also meet objectives set by club owners, which will sometimes mean buying young and selling members of the squad once they have developed.
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Real Madrid's Vinícius Jr. is one of the most promising young players in FIFA 20, but he's not alone.
Standout candidates in the world of football for the most promising young talents include Kylian Mbappé, Matthijs de Ligt, João Félix and many more, but this list should give you an idea of some players that you may not have considered before.
Hopefully, that will mean you can pick them up for a cheaper transfer fee as well! After all, not every team has the near $140 million Atlético Madrid spent on Félix! So, let's take a look at the top brightest talents the game has to offer between the ages of 16-21.
The list below, which was compiled using the SoFIFA database for FIFA 20, shows the player name, club, base rating, and potential rating.
FIFA 20 best young players in Career Mode
- Kylian Mbappé - PSG - 89 - 95
- Matthijs de Ligt - Juventus - 85 - 93
- Gianluigi Donnarumma - AC Milan - 85 - 92
- Kai Havertz - Bayer 04 Leverkusen - 84 - 92
- Jadon Sancho - Borussia Dortmund - 84 - 92
- Luka Jović - Real Madrid - 83 - 89
- Marcus Rashford - Manchester United - 83 - 88
- Trent Alexander-Arnold - Liverpool - 83 - 89
- Leon Bailey - Bayer 04 Leverkusen - 82 - 88
- Steven Bergwijn - PSV - 82 - 87
- Éder Militão - Real Madrid - 81 - 88
- Houseem Aouar - Lyon - 81 - 89
- Lautaro Martínez - Inter Milan - 81 - 89
- João Félix - Atlético Madrid - 80 - 93
- Melendo - RCD Espanyol - 80 - 86
- Viktor Tsygankov - Dynamo Kyiv 79 - 86
- Dani Olmo - Dinamo Zagreb - 79 - 87
- Vinícius Jr. - Real Madrid - 79 - 92
- Dan-Axel Zagadou - Borussia Dortmund - 79 - 86
- Ibrahima Konaté - Red Bull Leipzig - 79 - 88
- Federico Chiesa - Fiorentina - 79 - 87
- Achraf Hakimi - Borussia Dortmund - 79 - 86
- Lucas Paquetá - AC Milan - 79 - 89
- Alban Lafont - FC Nantes - 79 - 88
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka - Manchester United - 79 - 88
- Sander Berge - KRC Genk - 79 - 87
- Christian Pulisic - Chelsea - 79 - 86
- Matías Zaracho - Racing Club - 78 - 87
- Cengiz Ünder - AS Roma - 78 - 86
- Ismaïla Sarr - Watford - 78 - 88
- Jonathan Ikoné - LOSC Lille - 78 - 86
- Declan Rice - West Ham - 78 - 87
- Martin Ødegaard - Real Sociedad - 78 - 85
- Renan Lodi - Atlético Madrid - 77 - 85
- Nikola Vlašić - CSKA Moscow - 77 - 85
- Galeno - SC Braga - 77 - 84
- Lisandro Martínez - Ajax - 77 - 85
- Federico Valverde - Real Madrid - 77 - 85
- Wendel - Sporting CP - 77 - 85
- Patrick Cutrone - Wolves - 77 - 87
- Noussair Mazraoui - Ajax - 77 - 84
- Christopher Nkunku - Red Bull Leipzig - 77 - 85
- Exequiel Palacios - River Plate - 77 - 87
- Dayot Upamecano - Red Bull Leipzig - 77 - 88
- Nordi Mukiele - Red Bull Leipzig - 77 - 85
- Maxime Lopez - Marseille - 77 - 83
- David Brooks - Bournemouth - 77 - 86
As you can see from the list, there are a lot of top clubs in world football that has bought up much of the young talent, although there are still some diamonds in the rough.
With the help of this guide, you should be able to plot moves for some of the most promising players in FIFA 20 and give yourself the chance of developing the next major star for your team.