FM21 wonderkids – players who could become Football Manager legends on new game

The latest edition of Football Manager is finally out, which can only mean one thing – new wonderkids!

FM21 is sure to deliver plenty of highs and lows for its huge player base.

And one way to guarantee success is to make sure you’re snapping up the next Freddy Adu – at least in the FM world!

Featuring stars from clubs like Manchester United and Real Madrid to Melbourne City and Pogon Szczecin, FM Scout have delivered a huge list of stars with an even bigger potential.

Whether it’s a solid centre-back to sure up your leaky backline or a born goalscorer to lead you to glory, this catalogue of players will help you on your way to virtual silverware.

Goalkeepers

Vladislav Torop (CSKA Moscow)

Alejandro Iturbe (Atlético Madrid)

Mio Backhaus (Werder Bremen)

Adrien Moncet (Le Harve)

Kjell Peersman (PSV Eindhoven)

Marcel Mendes-Dudzinski (Pogon Szczecin)

Joe Whitworth (Crystal Palace)

Charlie Setford (Ajax)

Mikki van Sas (Manchester City)

Nikolaos Botis (Inter Milan)

Defenders

Álvaro Carrillo (Real Madrid)

Juan Larios (FC Barcelona)

Marc Jurado (Man Utd)

Nnamdi Collins (Borussia Dortmund)

El Chadaille Bitshiabu (Paris Saint German)

Luca Denk (Bayern Munich)

Mario Camero (Real Madrid)

Leon King (Rangers FC)

Timo Zaal (SC Heerenveen)

Hjalte Andersen (Brøndby IF)

Erik Lanfer (Schalke 04)

Dmitri Ignashevich (CSKA Moscow)

August Frobenius (Sporting CP)

Faroukou Cisse (Borussia Dortmund)

Vinícius Tobías (Internacional)

Martin Vitik (Sparta Prague)

Midfielders

Samuele Vignato (Chievo Verona)

Torben Rhein (Bayern Munich)

Marc Casadó (FC Barcelona)

Emre Demir (Kayserispor)

Shola Shoretire (Manchester United)

Dennis Lütke-Frie (Borussia Dortmund)

Jorge Alastuey (FC Barcelona)

Giacomo Faticanti (AS Roma)

Benjamin Chrisene (Aston Villa)

Kacper Urbanski (Lechia Gdansk)

Omari Forson (Manchester United)

Bruno Davidson (Celtic)

Jeppe Kjær (AC Horsens)

Gabriele Alesi (A.C. Milan)

Edwin Andersson (Chelsea)

Edgar Sevikyan (Levante)

Burak Ince (Altinordu)

Milan Govaers (PSV Eindhoven)

Pierre Dwomoh (KRC Genk)

David Vilán (Celta Vigo)

Bruno Iglesias (Real Madrid)

Darko Gyabi (Manchester City)

Taylor Booth (Bayern Munich)

Mohamed el Arouch (Lyon)

Jun Nishikawa (Cerezo Osaka)

Denis Alijagic (Slavia Prague)

Kristian Hlynsson (Ajax)

Danny Schmidt (Mainz 05)

Diogo Prioste (SL Benfica)

Idrus Abdulahi (Melbourne City)

Moses Nyeman (DC United)

Charlie Patino (Arsenal)

Luka Romero (RCD Mallorca)

James Balagizi (Liverpool)

Pablo Páez Gavira (FC Barcelona)

Jordan Gomes (AS Monaco)

Iwo Kaczmarski (Korona Kielce)

Ilias Akhomach (FC Barcelona)

Mimeirhel Benita (Feyenoord)

Sávio (Atlético Mineiro)

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Forwards

Youssoufa Moukoko (Borussia Dortmund)

Lucianinho (Goias)

Momodou Jaiteh (FC Basel)

Fernando Ovelar (Cerro Porteño)

Emrehan Gedikli (Bayer 04 Leverkusen)

Isra Salazar (Real Madrid)

David Pecellín (Real Madrid)

Iuri Moreira (SL Benfica)

Charlie Allen (Linfield)

Georgios Koutsias (PAOK Thessaloniki)

Herculano Nabian (Vitória S.C.)

Amourricho van Axel-Dongen (Ajax)

Ricardo Wagner (Bayern Munich)

Lasse Günther (Bayern Munich)

Breyton Fougeu (Lyon)

Nicoló Turco (Juventus)

Aleksandr Sapovalov (SC Freiburg)

Cade Cowell (San Jose Earthquakes)

Jhon Durán (Envigado)

Charlie McNeill (Man Utd)

Diego Talaverón (Sevilla)

Fabián Luzzi (FC Barcelona)

Umut Tohumcu (Hoffenheim)

Federico Oliva (Atlético Madrid)

Malamine Ekefele (AS Monaco)

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