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How to Complete Rafael Leao Serie A POTM SBC in FIFA 23

Rafael Leao POTM SBC FIFA 23

How to Complete Rafael Leao Serie A POTM SBC in FIFA 23

Rafael Leao POTM will cost you in FIFA 23.

POTM drops are rolling in as FIFA and FUT gear up for the World Cup. From La Liga to Serie A, you’ll be able to get your hands on each major league’s best player of the month if you’re willing to invest. With that in mind, we’re here to walk you through how to complete the Rafael Leao Serie A POTM SBC in FIFA 23.

FIFA 23 Rafael Leao Serie A POTM SBC Guide

Rafael Leao POTM FIFA 23
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For this challenge, players will need to complete three builds — and for the record, they will not be cheap. Whether or not Leao is worth it to your squad is a decision only you can make, of course. So in the meantime, check out the three slates of objectives below, as well as the rewards you’ll receive for completing them.

Top Form [Reward: Gold Pack]

  • Min. 1 TOTW Player in your Starting XI.
  • Min. 83 OVR Team Rating.

Portugal [Reward: Small Gold Players Pack]

  • Min. 1 Portugal Player in your Starting XI.
  • Min. 1 TOTW Player in your Starting XI.
  • Min. 85 OVR Team Rating.

Serie A [Reward: Prime Electrum Players Pack]

  • Min. 1 Serie A Player in your Starting XI.
  • Min. 86 OVR Team Rating.

FIFA 23 Leao Serie A POTM SBC Solution

Again, this isn’t going to be cheap. As is always the case, however, certain workarounds exist that will save you a good chunk of coins here and there. You’ll find our solutions below, with the evergreen warning that the transfer market within FUT is constantly fluctuating. Keep that in mind while making your way through these builds.

Top Form: ~ 21,500 – 24,000 Coins

Rafael Leao FIFA 23 POTM
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  • Hrádecký: 900
  • Sergi Darder: 800
  • Stones: 950
  • Giménez: 900
  • Gosens: 650
  • Berghuis: 750
  • Isco: 850
  • Dani Olmo: 850
  • Maddison (TOTW): 15,000
  • André Silva: 850
  • Otávio: 750

This may seem a tad high for an 83-rated squad, but again, the market is the market. That’s why we suggest going big with the Maddison TOTW (86). After that, you’ll be able to fill out the rest of your squad with three 83-rated players and a staggering seven 82-rated players. See? It all works out.

Portugal: ~ 62,500 – 66,500 Coins

FIFA 23 Rafael Leao SBC
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  • Trapp (TOTW): 24,500
  • Jesús Navas: 950
  • Rúben Dias: 20,000
  • Stones: 950
  • Koke: 950
  • Luis Alberto: 950
  • Højbjerg: 950
  • Schick: 8,400
  • Lemar: 950
  • Chiellini: 2,900
  • Bounou: 2,900

So yes, an 85-rated team requirement is really going to land on the inexpensive side. However, going big once again on the TOTW card — Trapp (88), in this instance — will go a long way. So too will using Dias (88) to check off your Portuguese player requirement. Going big on those two cards will allow you to fill out the rest of your squad with one 85-rated player, two 84-rated players, and six 83-rated players.

Serie A: ~ 88,000 – 92,000 Coins

Serie A Rafael Leao FIFA 23 SBC
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  • Maignan: 16,500
  • Bounou: 2,800
  • Rúben Dias: 20,000
  • Chiellini: 2,900
  • Savić: 2,800
  • Gakpo: 950
  • Modrić: 20,500
  • Tielemans: 2,800
  • Jesús Navas: 950
  • Fabinho: 16,000
  • Hummels: 2,900

Yes, we’re going big right off the bat here because 86-rated squads are no joke. Maignan (87) is as good a start as any for two reasons: First, that’s your Serie A player, and secondly, ~17,000 coins for an 87-rated player is nothing to scoff at.

That’s why we also added Modrić (88), Fabinho (87), and Rúben Dias (88) as well. If you’re lucky, none of those three will run you more than 20,000 coins per player. Two of them will likely be found for under 17,000 coins. After that, you can fill up the remainder of your squad with five 84-rated players and two 83-rated players.

And that’s how to complete the Rafael Leao Serie A POTM SBC in FIFA 23! We wish you the best of luck, and if you’re looking for more in-game tips, then you’ve come to the right place. Be sure to check out some of the other guides Twinfinite has to offer, such as how to score downward headers and how to stepover right, as well as the endless information at the links below.

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Shaun Ranft

Shaun Ranft is a Freelance Writer for Twinfinite, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, who has been with the site and writing about games in general since 2022. While he typically covers any major sports title, he also cannot get enough of Telltale's The Walking Dead, Fallout: New Vegas, The Outer Worlds, and the Horizon series, replaying each multiple times. When he's not writing professionally or playing videogames, there's a good chance he's either writing poetry, listening to Manchester Orchestra, discussing how sad Tottenham Hotspur makes him, ranting and raving about Frank Darabont or Mike Flanagan, and thinking about Seth Rollins' suits.
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