In FIFA, Career Mode is all about managing your resources and planning for the future. So that you’re set for the future in defense or could make a lot of profit a few seasons down the line, signing the best young CB in FIFA 21 Career Mode is a vital step for a team. Here are the options to go for to know who to send your scouts to look at.
Best Young CB in FIFA 21 Career Mode
When EA Sports released its own rundown of the best hidden gems in FIFA 21 Career Mode, it was obvious that the list was very forwards heavy. If Centre Back was a position you were looking to future proof, you didn’t have many options.
There are a few things you need to look for in a young CB in the mode. You’ll need to take note of their base rating, potential rating, age, and price.
You need to make sure you have a balance of all four areas so that you’re buying the best player for the money you have. Of course, lower league clubs will have to aim lower than the likes of Manchester City.
Potential is arguably the most important stat, as it shows you what kind of player you’re investing in and whether you’ll be able to build a team around them in the future or potentially sell them.
Below, we’ve listed the best CBs you can get in Career Mode, listed by the best overall potential.
- Mathijs De Ligt – CB – Juventus – 85 OVR – 92 OVR Potential
- Dayot Upamecano – CB – RB Leipzig – 79 OVR – 90 OVR Potential
- Marco Kana – Anderlecht – 65 OVR – 85 OVR Potential
- Omar Rekik – CB – Hertha Berlin – 63 OVR – 85 OVR Potential
- Malachi Fagan-Walcott – CB – Spurs – 60 OVR – 83 OVR Potential
- Jarrad Braithwaite – CB – Everton – 59 OVR – 82 OVR Potential
- Daniel Hoyo-Kowalski – CB – Wisla Krakow – 59 OVR – 81 OVR Potential
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