10 strong players who are perfect to start in FIFA 22

 

10 strong players who are perfect to start in FIFA 22

The FIFA 22 release is getting closer and a lot of ratings are already known. A look at the previous values ​​shows: There are some candidates who could be really good at the start in FUT.


What kind of list is that? It won't be long before FIFA 22 celebrates its release - and Early Access is only a few days away.


In preparation for this, EA Sports has released quite a few player cards over the past few days that we can expect to see in FIFA 22. And there are some cards hidden in these ratings, the values ​​of which look like really good cards.


In this list, let's take a look at a few cards that might be useful right at the start of FUT. Sure, cards like Neymar, Ronaldo or Mbappé are great - but you either need a lot of coins or a lot of luck to get them.


Such players are therefore missing from this list. We tend to look at candidates whose values ​​suggest good performance on the pitch and affordable prices.


Pepe

Pepe

This is what defines Pepe: The values ​​for Pepe were among the bigger surprises from the previous ratings . The Portuguese got a big upgrade in speed despite its age of 38 years. EA Sports distributed a total of 14 additional points here compared to FIFA 21.

Since he also has an 82 defense and 87 physique, Pepe should be a damn hard-to-beat central defender at the start of the season. He plays in the Portuguese league, whose tickets are usually not as expensive as, for example, Premier League or Bundesliga tickets. Accordingly, it could be a good fit for a starter team.

Lucas Verissimo

Lucas Verissimo

This is what sets Lucas Verissimo apart : Let's stay in the Portuguese league, because, as I said, there are usually quite cheap tickets here. And apparently the Liga NOS also offers a few exciting starters this year.

Because with Lucas Verissimo from Benfica Lisbon you get a wonderful partner in central defense for Pepe. The Brazilian also has decent speed to offer, plus 80 defensive and 79 physical. Sure, the man will probably score fewer goals - but defending should work. Thanks to its 79 overall rating and league, it shouldn't get too expensive.

Rafa

Rafa

This is what defines Rafa: Our third candidate comes, you guessed it, from the Portuguese league. Rafa has been a good option in Ultimate Team for a few years now and, given his stats, should be again in FIFA 22.

The Benfica player scores with a very high speed (94) and good dribbling values ​​(86). This should make it perfect for radiating danger over the wing and preparing numerous goals. With 73 shots and 74 pass, he doesn't have the highest values ​​on the ball, but it should be enough for the start of the season.

Donyell paint

Donyell paint

This is what makes painting special: In FIFA 21, Hee-Chan Hwang was a damn popular Bundesliga card at the start, because the Leipzig attacker had a hell of a lot of speed. This time, Dortmund's Donyell Malen could play this role: Because the newcomer also has high speed values ​​to offer.

In addition, there are strong dribbling skills and useful shot values. Overall: An ideal card to start with, which, thanks to its 80 rating, shouldn't be too expensive. This makes it one of the most exciting cards in BVB ratings to date - just like the next candidate, by the way.

Emre Can

Emre Can

This is what distinguishes Can: In the last few days there has been a lot of talk about Leon Goretzka's 87er card, which has no value below 80 and therefore basically has no weakness. If you look at Emre Can's menu in comparison, you will notice that the Dortmund resident is not that far removed from this principle.

Because Can also has extremely balanced values ​​that are either in the upper 70s or even in the 80s. Sure, everything a little less than with Goretzka - but still a damn strong card. It remains to be seen how expensive Can will be. Because as a Dortmund player with an 82, the price could, at least initially, be a little higher than other candidates on this list. Nevertheless: Can should be affordable.

On the next page you will find another Bundesliga option, as well as a few exciting cards from LaLiga, the Premier League and Serie A.

Filip Kostic

Filip Kostic


This is what defines Kostic: With Filip Kostic you have to wait and see. For example, the winger already had a card in FIFA 21 that looked very similar to his current one, but it was never really expensive. Even in previous years, Kostic was never a player who cost an insane amount of coins.

He got an upgrade to 84 in FIFA 22, but this is only reflected in the values ​​in small upgrades in terms of shot and pass. So it is quite possible that Kostic will fly a little under the radar again this year and will not be too expensive. And if that's the case, it can be a cheap, strong alternative in a Bundesliga team, especially at the beginning.

Federico Valverde

Federico Valverde

This is what sets Valverde apart: Real Madrid's midfielder was already one of the cards in FIFA 21 that fit perfectly into the meta at the start. He brings speed with him, as well as balanced values ​​in all other areas - a bit like the Can card from Dortmund does.

Since Valverde's card has basically not changed, he should be a strong option to start again this year. If you're planning a La Liga team, he's a good choice.

Fikayo Tomori

Fikayo Tomori

This is what makes Tomori special: Let's jump into Serie A, where a strong central defender awaits us again: Tomori from AC Milan looks like a player who should become extremely popular right at the start of FIFA 22. Strong values ​​for pace, defense and physique are also the key arguments here.

Serie A players are also often a lot cheaper than Premier League players. So the AC Milan defender could be an exciting option.

Ben Godfrey

Ben Godfrey

This is what defines Godfrey: Basically you can list exactly the same qualities here as with Tomori: Speed, defense and physique just look really good at the start.

The exciting thing about Godfrey is that he plays in the Premier League. In terms of price, this is problematic because it will probably be more expensive then, but you can use a Premier League player to build a team. Thanks to his overall rating of 77, he could be underestimated at first. And, bonus: as an Englishman, he can also be combined with Tomori.

Raphinha

Raphinha

This is what defines Raphinha: Let's finish the list with one offensive player - Rafinha from Leeds United. The '82 player has everything you want from an attacking winger. 91 pace, 84 dribbling and otherwise good values ​​are strong arguments.

Problem: the Brazilian was one of a series of popular cards in FIFA 21 that quickly got around that they could do something. So it is possible that the price will pick up here once the game is on the market.

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