FIFA 17: Three Powerfull U21 Players

The football world is blooming with extraordinary players rising up from club academies and second division leagues. The likes of Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford received an astounding attention following astronomical rise to the Premier League platform.

The followings are the potential of the best U21 Players in FIFA 17.



PFA Young player of the year Dele Alli was an integral part of Tottenham’s breath-taking season in 2015/16. The England international made 46 appearances for the London club last season scoring 10 goals – all in the Premier League. The 20-year old attacker also made 8 appearances in the England international team. Former MK Dons midfielder was included in the PFA Premier League Team of the Season 2015/16 for his exquisite performance under Mauricio Pochettino. Alli’s awe-inspiring dribbling abilities and finishing makes him the finest under-21 player in FIFA 17. Dele Alli is expected to have the pass rating and vision ratings as high as 99, while his overall is likely to linger around 88.



French international Anthony Martial has been a sensational new face in English football this season. Introduced in the second half against Liverpool, the 20-year old lifted the entire stadium at the Stretford end with a match-ending third goal that was eventually awarded the ‘Manchester United Goal of the Season award’. Anthony Martial was a key player in Manchester United’s FA Cup winning season under Louis Van Gaal. The Frenchman is hailed for his marvellous ball control and blasting runs past defenders in the the final third. With 17 goals in 47 appearances for the Red Devils, Anthony Martial is certainly going to be one of the best skilled attackers in FIFA 17.

United’s Marcus Rashford celebrates after scoring during the Europa League round of 32 second leg soccer match between Manchester United and FC Midtjylland in Manchester, England, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016 . (AP Photo/Jon Super)


“The fairy tale continues!” Only notable achievements at Old Trafford under Dutch manager Louis Van Gaal was the introduction of a long list of exciting new talents in the spotlight – the biggest of them all being Marcus Rashford. The 18-year old made his debut for the Manchester United senior team scoring 2 goals in Europa League against Midtjylland ascribed to Anthony Martial’s pre-match warm-up injury. Rashford scored yet another brace for the Red Devils against Arsenal in a 3-2 home win, only 3 days after the Europa League match. Marcus Rashford will certainly be a new name in the EA Sports game releasing this September. The striker is very likely to have above 90 ratings for both his acceleration and dribbling skills. The 18-year old is very likely to be one of best finisher in the new edition of FIFA.