The rumours are true - David Beckham is coming to FIFA 21!
But there's more than meets the eye.
Not only will the England legend have a free item on FUT, but there will in fact be four versions of him.
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In one of the smartest moves of Next Gen releases, EA are incentivising players by giving every single FIFA 21 Ultimate Team player a free David Beckham card!
Note that this IS NOT an ICON card.
Becks is marked as a Real Madrid player, representing his debut season at the Bernabeu in 2003/04.
Free 86-rated Item
Any player, on any platform (except for the Legacy Edition on Nintendo Switch) is eligible to claim the free 86-rated Real Madrid Beckham.
All you need to do is play FIFA 21 by 15 January and you will receive the above item in FUT - as well as Becks as Groundbreaker in Volta Football.
Not only that but the former United man will be receiving three Icon cards in FUT.
The ratings are set to be revealed on Friday, 27 November with Icon Beckham arriving on Friday, 4 December.
All three of David Beckham's proposed FIFA 21 ICON cards have been shared by reliable FIFA source fut.investments over on Instagram.
His base card looks set to be an 87 OVR with the bonus of a CM position given his movement to the centre of the park later in his career.
An 89-rated RM card is set to feature as Beckham's mid rating. 92-passing and 86-dribbling will lead the way on that edition of the Manchester United and England legend.
As for Prime Becks, you're looking at a 92-rated RM card with some sensational stats, none more so than that 95-rated passing!
Those eagled eye readers amongst you may have noticed the rather disappointing weak foot and skill moves ratings.
3* for both looks set to be the way across all three of Beckham's cards, which isn't ideal.
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Beckham lacks the blistering pace to burst past his marker down that right flank and, with just 3* skill moves, he doesn't have the knowhow to pull out those niche skill moves either.
His high-rated passing should atone for that poor weak foot if you're playing him centrally, but it's still far from ideal for a high-rated ICON.