FIFA 21: The 8 best players for less than 100,000 coins

 

FIFA 21: The 8 best players for less than 100,000 coins

Real top teams in FIFA 21 are made up of strong players. Here you will find a selection of players that cost between 50,000 and 100,000 coins.


What kind of list is that? In this list we have compiled players who cost between 50,000 and 100,000 coins, but are well worth the money. They can be the next step if you want to take your already well-armed team to the next level.


In this list, however, you can find players who are actually more expensive. You can get 100,000 coins together if you consistently play through a weekend league and achieve around 11 to 14 wins. Then the combination of the rewards from the Weekend League and Division Rivals Rewards will bring enough coins and cards on Thursday to reach 100,000.


Important : Due to some SBCs, the transfer market is currently quite high for players with high ratings. Because of this, you could possibly get some players on this list even cheaper in the future than is currently the case.


Here are some players you might want to consider now.


Pierre Lees-Melou (What If)

Pierre Lees-Melou (What If)

  • Cost: approx. 98,000 coins

This is what defines Lees-Melou: The Frenchman probably has the freshest card on this list, because he came into play with the What-If event . It may seem inconspicuous at first, but its stats offer everything you need in the central midfield. He also has the 4-star combination on skills and weak feet. And, that's important: it could get an upgrade.

Price development: You should be careful with Lees-Melou. After the release, it was around 120,000 coins, then fell below 100,000 in a short time - but only just barely. It is possible that it will increase again - especially if his card should get an upgrade.

Riyad Mahrez (TOTW)

Riyad Mahrez (TOTW)

  • Cost: approx. 93,000 coins.

This is what sets Mahrez apart: Riyad Mahrez's Inform variant has received a few small upgrades compared to the gold card, which further expand its strengths.

His best argument is the very high dribbling value in combination with his 5-star skills . If you're looking for a strong trickster in the Premier League, you've come to the right place with Mahrez. And if you want to save money, the gold version can also help you - it's available for around 25,000 coins.

Price development : Mahrez was already much cheaper to get, but the price has been rising continuously since January 2021. Now it has dropped from 100,000 coins back to the 90s. Could be cheaper again.

Nicolas Pépé (TOTW)

  • Cost: approx. 96,000 coins

This is what defines Pépé: You play a Premier League team, but you want more speed on the outside? Then Pépé is a good choice. First and foremost, he brings speed and good dribbling to the field. He has some weaknesses in the physical area.

Price development: Pépé appeared with the TOTW 23 and quickly achieved a price in the range of 150,000 coins. However, this price fell continuously and only recently fell below the limit of 100,000.

Joao Félix (TOTW)

Joao Félix (TOTW)

  • Cost: approx. 92,000 coins

This is what makes Joao Félix special : The offensive player is one of the most popular players in FIFA 21. Especially his POTM card is often seen in the Weekend League. But even his 84 Inform card is damn dangerous. Félix has a very good degree and strong dribbling - including 5-star skills and 4 stars on the weak foot.

Price development: Félix's Inform card was around 150,000 coins when it was released, but then fell. Since the end of December it has been commuting in the range of 90,000 - 100,000 coins.

Raphael Varane

Raphael Varane

  • Cost : approx. 80,000 coins

This is what makes Varane what it is : While there are tons of higher overall value defenders, Varane is still considered by many to be one of the best IVs in Ultimate Team - if not the best in terms of value for money. His pace, physique and defense are all right. In addition, there is a unique body type that makes it difficult to overcome.

Price development: At peak Varane was over 300,000 coins, in the past few weeks this has dropped significantly. Well, in March, we hit the 80s, which should make Varane an option for more players.


Ihlas Bebou (RTTF)

Ihlas Bebou (RTTF)

  • Cost: approx. 88,500 coins

This is what defines Bebou: You shouldn't be blinded by the 83 total value, because Bebou has the values ​​exactly where you need them in a storm. He has a very fast pace as well as decent dribbling and good shooting values. In doing so, he fills a gap in Bundesliga teams - this combination is rarely found there.

Price history: Bebou was recently at over 260,000 coins, but his team lost in the Europa League. With that, potential upgrades of its RTTF card were gone and its price plummeted . It is now in the range of 90,000. It is possible that it will drop even further in the coming weeks.

Sergio Ramos

Sergio Ramos

  • Cost : approx. 85,000

This is what defines Ramos: you need a partner for Varane? Then his teammate Ramos may be an option who also has damn strong values. Only when it comes to speed does it lag slightly - but it is still a surefire support.

Price development: Actually, Ramos has been significantly cheaper than 85,000 in the past few weeks and was more between 50,000 and 60,000 coins. Due to the recently released SBCs, the price rose noticeably as an 89 player. Here it is probably worth waiting a little and buying it cheaper.

Alejandro Gomez (TOTW)

Alejandro Gomez (TOTW)

  • Cost: approx. 86,000 coins

This is what sets Gomez apart: The fact that the Argentine fits well into the FIFA 21 meta can already be seen from his highly coveted What-If card, which is currently worth a million coins. That is of course too high for many, but his Inform card with 87 already has great offensive values ​​that should provide a few goals. The card is still located in Atalanta in Serie A - meanwhile Gomez is playing in Sevilla.

Price development: Gomez's card was also at 70,000 coins in between, but rose to over 100,000 at times in February. Now the price is on the way down again and could go further.

Keep an eye out: Kevin de Bruyne

Keep an eye out: Kevin de Bruyne

  • Cost : Currently 120,000 coins

That is why De Bruyne is on the list: De Bruyne is just over 100,000 coins, but was consistently between 70,000 and 80,000 coins in February. Its rise is likely to have something to do with SBCs targeting its rating again.

As soon as these disappear, it could quickly fall below the limit again - and then bring everything with it that you want to have in your center. His pass values ​​in particular are outstanding, but his long-range shots are also extremely dangerous. It's also a good investment at a low price, should more highly rated SBCs appear.

Keep an eye on: Robert Lewandowski

Keep an eye on: Robert Lewandowski

  • Cost: Currently 135,000 coins

That is why Lewandowksi is on the list: Lewandowski is suffering from the same price increase as De Bruyne. It was also constant between 70,000 and 80,000, but then rose rapidly. It is also possible here that this is a short intermediate high.

If the price drops, you get an extremely strong striker. If Lewandowski gets to the ball in the penalty area, the chances are good that the ball will also fly in. Just getting him there is sometimes difficult: Lewandowski's gold card is a little behind when it comes to speed.

Of course there are plenty of other players who can help you out on the pitch. Who are your favorites? Tell us in the comments!

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