From Barcelona, Real Madrid & Villarreal: Best LaLiga kids in FIFA 22 career mode | OneFootball

From Barcelona, Real Madrid & Villarreal: Best LaLiga kids in FIFA 22 career mode

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LaLiga has a long-standing reputation for producing and promoting world-class talent. Down the years there has been a plethora of top tier talent that turn out to be must-have players in FIFA Career Mode.

On FIFA 22 LaLiga has once again produced some of the best wonderkids on the game and these are the players to take your club to the next level on Career Mode:

Pedri

Current OVR – 81Potential OVR - 91

LaLiga is notorious for creating technical players who are excellent on the ball and work best in fluid systems. Pedri, who broke into Barcelona's first team last season, was the driving force of their midfield and provides a unique creative spark. In-game he is fluid in possession and can be the focal point for you controlling matches. Best used in the middle of a midfield trio where he can see a lot of the action.

Age: 18Teams: BarcelonaPosition: Central Midfielder

Alexander Isak

Current OVR – 82Potential OVR - 86

Alexander Isak turned heads with his great performances towards the end of last season and impressed massively at the European Championships. He is Real Sociedad's talisman up top, and La Real often turn to him to produce magic when they need a goal. He is tall and strong in stature but is also exceptional when on the ball. He is a complete striker in the modern game, and this shows up on FIFA. He doesn't have as much room for growth as other players on this list, but his height is ideal in a game where crosses are borderline overpowered. A must-have striker at your club if he is within budget.

Age: 21Teams: Real SociedadPosition: Striker

Ansu Fati

Current OVR – 76Potential OVR – 90

Another youngster who instantly impressed at FC Barcelona, becoming the club's youngest ever LaLiga goalscorer, Ansu Fati was recently given the highly respected no.10 shirt, which has been worn by legends such as Johan Cruyff, Ronaldinho and, of course, Lionel Messi. Fati is an eccentric winger who looks happiest with the ball at feet, keen to take players on, and always looking to create opportunities. In wide systems, where you can utilise counter attacks, Fati is the ideal option. With the potential to get 4-star skills and weak foot, he can be utilised anywhere across the front three.

Age: 18Teams: FC BarcelonaPosition: Winger

Eduardo Camavinga

Current OVR – 78Potential OVR – 89

One of the marquee signings of the summer, Camavinga brings an aura of expectation with him to Real Madrid. Camavinga made his debut for the French national side at only 17 years, nine months and 29 days, making him their youngest debutant in over a century. Powerful, dynamic and ready to become the focal point of Real Madrid for years to come. His dribbling and physicals stand out, and he is a great player to use in and out of possession, due to his solid defensive stats. His energy and stamina will see him consistently last the full 90 mins, even on congested game weeks.

Age: 18Teams: Real MadridPosition: Central Midfielder

Yeremi Pino

Current OVR 73Potential OVR 84

Villarreal CF have been producing top youth talent for years, and Yeremi Pino has emerged as one of the most promising prospects. Pino became the youngest player to win the Europa League as he started in the final against Manchester United. He also impressed when starting against Chelsea in the Super Cup. He has an abundance of pace that you can feel when using him in-game, and is an instant starter in career mode due to this. His natural positions are RM, LM and ST, so he is versatile and can provide cover when not starting.

Age: 18Teams: Villarreal CFPosition: Winger

Takefusa Kubo

Current OVR – 75Potential OVR - 88

Takefusa Kubo is returning for his second spell at RCD Mallorca and will look to kick on where he left off. He became a cult hero with RCD Mallorca on his first spell with the club, where at 18 he contributed with four goals and five assists as the team battle bravely against relegation. He was a star performer that season and has developed his game greatly since then, and impressed in the second half of last season with Getafe CF. He is as impactful in real life as he is in the game. He develops 4-star skill moves and weak foot, and his dribbling and crossing are fun to use. He can also play through the middle at CM and CAM, so is a great option to build your team around. His ceiling is high at 88 OVR.

Age: 20Team: RCD Mallorca (on loan from Real Madrid)Position: Winger

Gavi

Current OVR – 66Potential OVR – 85

After making his LaLiga debut for Barcelona in August, Gavi made his Spain debut at the tender age of 17 earlier this month. He he has shown maturity far beyond his age in Spain's UEFA Nations League semi-final and final against Italy and France. Gavi is a tidy central midfielder and another technician to emerge from Barcelona's La Masia academy. Ball retention is at the forefront of his game and he uses his small build and agility to find pockets of space to contribute in attack and is capable of winning the ball back in defence. If you want a safe project and player to build into a world beater, Gavi should be on your shortlist.

Age: 17

Team: FC Barcelona

Position: CM

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