A couple of weeks ago, we saw players from Borussia Dortmund trying their hands on FIFA 15, and then last week we had the likes of Andre Schurrle, Loic Remy, Nathan Ake and Cesar Azpilicueta of Chelsea having a go at each other. And now, it seems like the FIFA craze has also caught up with the Barcelona players.
Yesterday we had compared their looks in FIFA 15 and PES 2015, but this time, its revealed that 8 of their players indulged in some virtual football action.
The important FIFA 15 Coins thing to having a strong football team is too ensure the spine of the team is strong too. Players in that central area will have an impeccable effect on whether your team wins or loses. Most FIFA players play directly through the middle so that couldn’t be truer, in my opinion. Now that I’ve said that, here are the centre backs with the greatest potential to be top players. The list will contain players who are more expensive to buy, yet profitable to sell and of the highest quality.
Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur)
The young English defender made his name in Portugal at Sporting Lisbon, where a number of top players have made their name in recent years. He has started well in his Tottenham career, locking down a regular starting place. Being young and English, his starting price will be quite high, possibly around the £10 million mark, hefty for just a 73 rated player. The defender is good enough to start from the beginning, which will only help him reach his potential much quicker. A growth of nine, the former Lisbon and Everton player will reach 82 rating and will be worth a handy amount.
Diego Reyes (FC Porto)
When it comes to real life performances, I have to be honest; I’m not sure about the Porto defender. However, on FIFA, he performed incredibly well on my Ultimate Team, but it seems Ultimate Team gameplay is slightly different to that of Career mode (being the fact it’s against the AI not online opponents). Like Dier, a rating of 72 makes the Mexican a starting defender, and for the right price (around £8 million), he will develop into one of the better defenders at your club. Peaking at 82, he doesn’t become the highest rated player in the world, but most high quality defenders on the game are around that rating anyway.
Niklas Sule (Hoffenheim)
At just eighteen years of age, Sule is the youngest player on the list and he is German, which almost guarantees reliability. If you have taken control of a big European side, then him accepting to move from Hoffenheim is pretty much definite. A starting rating of 71, Sule will be a fixture in most starting teams, which will only quicken the process. A potential of 83 makes him world class to be and he would be my first choice defender on their list alongside the next player on the list. Both players have the same starter rating and improve to the same potential.