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05 Aug 2020

FIFA 21 ICONs: Inter & Milan - Predictions, Wishlist & more

FIFA 21 ICONs: Inter & Milan - Predictions, Wishlist
& more

With EA’s new partnership with the Italian giants, will we see more legends added to the new game?

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EA recently announced that both Inter and AC Milan will be exclusive to FIFA 21.

The Italian clubs have signed multi-year deals with EA, but will we see any new ICONs from the two clubs on the next game?


A host of former AC Milan legends have featured on recent editions of FIFA as ICONs.

A whopping seven of their 2007 Champions League winning team are current ICONs, including Kaka, Andrea Pirlo and Paolo Maldini.

Ukrainian superstar Andriy Shevchenko scored 175 goals for Milan and has also been a regular ICON on FIFA Ultimate Team.

Looking to FIFA 21, could Brazilian World Cup winners Cafu and Dida become available?


Joining Milan in signing with EA are 18 x Italian champions Inter.

Inter finished the season just one point behind winners Juventus in one of the tightest Serie A titles races in recent memory.

Antonio Conte’s men will hope they can compete once more next season and replicate the success of great Inter teams of yesteryear.

Brazilian Ronaldo, Luis Figo and Javier Zanetti are just some of the greats on FUT that played for Inter during their illustrious careers.


Samuel Eto’o

Heavily linked to an appearance on FIFA 21.

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The Cameroon legend scored goals for fun throughout his career for some great teams!

Eto’o won the Champions League with both Inter and Barcelona and will surely be a real problem for defenders on FIFA 21.


We want Adriano!

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The Brazilian striker became a legend on the Pro Evo franchise with his insane shot power, but he was also a world class player.

Adriano scored 27 times for Brazil and would provide pace and power in attack on FIFA 21.


One of the best right backs of all time.

Another Brazilian on our wishlist, Cafu would excel in the modern game with his mix off athleticism and defensive excellence.

Cafu led Brazil to the 2002 World Cup and made 142 appearances for the national side.