FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best Bargain Players to Sign

On a tight budget on Career Mode? Want some quality for a season or two? Have a look at all the bargain buys under £10m, £5m, £2m and £1m.


Not all clubs are blessed with stacks of cash, and that is certainly reflected in FIFA 19’s Career Mode. Outside the top-flight, most clubs will have minimal transfer budgets, meaning you need to be smart with your transfer business. Everyone loves a bargain, so RealSport looks at the best players on the game that can be bought for less than £10 million, £5 million, £2 million and £1 million. 

What makes a bargain buy on FIFA 19?

You will see with these cheap signings that they are coming towards the end of their careers, which making them a bargain as they do not have the potential to improve. Many still have the quality to be first team players however, and can be a reliable member of your side for a season or two. We have not included any players in the last year of their contracts as they can be snapped up on a contract expiry signing.

FIFA 19 bargains under £10 million

Although transfer prices have ballooned since Neymar’s astronomical £194 million move to PSG, £10 million is still a significant fee for most clubs. Although these players are past their peak, they still have the quality to compete in the top tier. All of these men have a rating of 77 or higher.

Pepe Reina (OVR 83)

Age: 36

Positions: GK

Club: AC Milan

Country: Spain

Best stats: 83 GK handling, 82 GK positioning, 82 GK reflexes

Cost: £6.3 million

Wage: £49,000 a week

Still a quality goalkeeper, Pepe Reina came to the fore at Liverpool, spending nine years at Anfield. The Spaniard won the UEFA Super Cup, FA CUP, League Cup and the Community Shield there before heading on to Napoli and later Bayern Munich. The 36-year-old moved to AC Milan in the summer to challenge the young Gianluigi Donnarumma (OVR 82) for the number one spot.

Stats of 83 GK handling, 82 GK positioning and 82 GK reflexes take Reina to an 83 overall. You will need a reasonable £6.3 million so sign the veteran, but you must hold off until January to do so with wages of £49,000 a week. 

Everton Andrao (OVR 80)

Age: 34

Positions: CDM, CM

Club: Fluminense

Country: Brazil

Work rate: High/High

Best stats: 89 stamina, 81 aggression, 81 standing tackle

Cost: £5.2 million

Wage: £30,000 a week

Due to the lack of Brazilian player licenses on FIFA 19, some fake players appear to fill out the national team. Fluminense’s Everton Andrao is one of them, and with an 80 rating you should take advantage of his £5.2 million price. Wages of £30,000 a week will get you the 34-year-old’s 89 stamina, 81 aggression and 81 standing tackle. 

Enzo Perez (OVR 78)

Age: 32

Positions: CM, CDM

Club: River Plate

Country: Argentina

Work rate: Medium/Medium

Best stats: 89 stamina, 86 aggression, 83 short passing

Cost: £8 million

Wage: £23,000 a week

Enzo Perez was a great servant for both Benfica and Valencia, representing both clubs for three seasons. In Portugal, the central or defensive midfielder won two league titles and reached the Europa League final on two occasions.

32-year-old Perez has a 78 overall on the game, comprised of stats of 89 stamina, 86 aggression and 83 short passing. £8 million is a decent price for the River Plate man with wages of £23,000 a week.

Andriy Pyatov (OVR 78)

Age: 34

Positions: GK

Club: Shakhtar Donetsk

Country: Ukraine

Best stats: 82 GK kicking, 81 GK reflexes, 80 GK positioning

Cost: £5.8 million

Wage: £880 a week

Andriy Pyatov has been a staple in the Shakhtar Donetsk net during a very successful period in their history. The Ukraine international has won the league title eight times in the past ten years and has been named the division’s best goalkeeper on five occasions.

Pyatov, who has 82 caps for his country, costs £5.8 million and wages starting at just £880 a week. The 34-year-old still offers stats of 82 GK kicking, 81 GK reflexes and 80 GK positioning. 

Niklas Moisander (OVR 78)

Age: 33

Positions: CB

Club: Werder Bremen

Country: Finland

Work rate: High/Medium

Best stats: 80 interceptions, 80 marking, 78 reactions

Cost: £6.5 million

Wage: £24,000 a week

Niklas Moisander has a great reputation, and at the age of 33 still can offer a few years of service for your club. The former Finnish international has played in the Eredivisie for Ajax and AZ Alkmaar, Serie A with Sampdoria and now the Bundesliga with Werder Bremen, so he comes with plenty of experience. 

On FIFA 19, the centre back has 80 interceptions, 80 marking and 78 reactions to take him to a 78 overall. That costs £6.5 million, with a £24,000 a week wage. 

All FIFA 19 bargains under £10 million

Player

A

Pos

Club

Country

OVR

C

W

Pepe Reina

35

GK

AC Milan

Spain

83

£6.3m

£49k

Everton Andrao

34

CDM
CM

Fluminense

Brazil

80

£5.2m

£30k

Claudio Cointra

34

CAM
CF

Internacional

Brazil

78

£5.5m

£26k

Enzo Perez

32

CM
CDM

River Plate

Argentina

78

£8m

£23k

Niklas Moisander

32

CB

Werder Bremen

Finland

78

£7m

£24k

Fernando Gago

32

CM
CDM

Boca Juniors

Argentina

78

£8.2m

£23k

Mathieu Debuchy

32

RB

St Etienne

France

78

£7.5m

£28k

Andriy Pyatov

34

GK

Shakhtar Donetsk

Ukraine

78

£6m

£880

Diego Benaglio

34

GK

Monaco

Switz.

78

£6m

£41k

Danny

34

CAM
LM

Maritimo

Portugal

78

£6m

£12k

Giancarlo Gonzalez

30

CB

Bologna

Costa Rica

77

£8m

£26k

Agustin Marchesin

30

GK

Club America

Argentina

77

£7m

£38k

Teofilo Gutierrez

33

ST
CAM
CF

Atletico Junior

Colombia

77

£5.7m

£5k

Emanuele Giaccherini

33

LW
CM

Chievo

Italy

77

£6.5m

£18k

Bastian Oczipka

29

LWB
LB
LM

Schalke

Germany

77

£7.5m

£26k

Marcel Schmelzer

30

LB
LM
CB

Borussia Dortmund

Germany

77

£8m

£37k

Onur Kivrak

30

GK

Trabzonspor

Turkey

77

£7.2m

£21k

Carlos Sanchez

32

CDM
CB

West Ham

Colombia

77

£7.3m

£57k

Sebastian De Maio

31

CB

Bologna

France

77

£7m

£26k

Mosquera

30

CDM
CM

Deportivo La Coruna

Spain

77

£7.4m

£10k

Regis Gurtner

31

GK

Amiens

France

77

£7m

£13k

Ignacio Scocco

33

ST

River Plate

Argentina

77

£5.5m

£23k

Lorenzo De Silvestri

30

RB
RM

Torino

Italy

77

£8m

£23k

Gabriel Paletta

32

CB

Jiangsu Suning

Italy

77

£7.8m

£18k

Guillaume Hoarau

34

ST

Young Boys

France

77

£5.5m

£23k

Markel Bergara

32

CDM
CM

Getafe

Spain

77

£7m

£19k

Mauro Zarate

31

ST
CF
CAM
LM

Boca Juniors

Argentina

77

£8m

£23k

Dario Cvitanich

34

ST

Banfield

Argentina

77

£5m

£16k

Rubens Sambueza

34

RM
LM

Deportivo Toluca

Argentina

77

£5m

£26k

Ragnar Klavan

32

CB

Cagliari

Estonia

77

£6m

£26k

Jo

31

ST

Nagoya Grampus

Brazil

77

£7.9m

£10k

Vagner Love

34

ST
CAM

Besiktas

Brazil

77

£5.4m

£44k

Mehmet Topal

32

CDM
CB

Fenerbahce

Turkey

77

£6.5m

£48k

Jermain Defoe

35

ST

Bournemouth

England

77

£5m

£43k

FIFA 19 Signings under £5 million

We drop down to players available for £5 million. These again can provide squad depth to top clubs, and should be in budget for slightly lesser clubs to pick up some experienced starters for the season ahead. These players are rated 76 or higher.

Diego Lopez (OVR 80)

Age: 36

Positions: GK

Club: Espanyol

Country: Spain

Best stats: 81 GK positioning, 81 GK handling, 78 reactions

Cost: £2.8 million

Wage: £15,000 a week

Diego Lopez was the man who displaced Iker Casillas at Real Madrid, being brought back to the club after an injury to the Spanish international. Lopez would become a fantastic force in the net at the Bernabeu, making 62 appearances over two seasons and winning the Copa del Rey and Champions League. 

Now at Espanyol after a stint at AC Milan, Lopez has abilities of 81 GK positioning, 81 GK handling and 78 reactions on the game, taking his overall to 80. He can be signed for an absolute bargain £2.8 million, with a reasonable £15,000 a week wage. 

Maikel Catarino (OVR 79)

Age: 34

Positions: RB, LM

Club: Atletico Mineiro

Country: Brazil

Work rate: High/Medium

Best stats: 85 stamina, 83 acceleration, 82 agility

Cost: £4.1 million

Wage: £33,000 a week

Another invented Brazilian player, Maikel Catarino applies his trade on FIFA 19 for Atletico Mineiro. The right back can also operate at left midfield, and holds useful stats of 85 stamina, 83 acceleration and 82 agility. That takes the 34-year-old to a 79 overall rating, costing £4.1 million and wages of £33,000 a week. 

Claudio Bravo (OVR 79)

Age: 35

Positions: GK

Club: Manchester City

Country: Chile

Best stats: 85 GK kicking, 79 GK reflexes, 79 GK handling

Cost: £3.4 million

Wage: £49,000 a week

Claudio Bravo was meant to be a key component to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City – a goalkeeper who can play with his feet. Unfortunately, former Barcelona man Bravo let himself down with his shot stopping abilities, forcing City to dive back into the market and sign the £33 million Ederson (OVR 86). 

The 35-year-old Bravo is still a useful ‘keeper, as shown by his 79 overall. You can sign the Chilean international for £3.4 million with wages of £49,000 a week, getting you his 85 GK kicking, 79 GK reflexes and 79 GK handling. 

Karim El Ahmadi (OVR 78)

Age: 33

Positions: CDM, CM

Club: Al Ittihad

Country: Morocco

Work rate: Medium/Medium

Best stats: 83 composure, 83 aggression, 82 stamina

Cost: £4.9 million

Wage: £33,000 a week

Premier League fans may remember Karim El Ahmadi from his time with Aston Villa, but the defensive or central midfielder enjoyed most of his success in the Eredivisie with Feyenoord. The Moroccan international won the league title as well as two Dutch cups in Holland, but now plays for Saudi outfit Al Ittihad.

Stats of 83 composure, 83 aggression and 82 stamina take El Ahamdi to a 78 overall. He will set you back a reasonable £4.9 million with wages of £33,000 a week. 

Javi Fuego (OVR 78)

Age: 34

Positions: CDM, CM

Club: Villarreal

Country: Spain

Work rate: Medium/High

Best stats: 86 composure, 83 aggression, 82 interceptions

Cost: £4.4 million

Wage: £27,000 a week

A great servant of Spanish football, Javi Fuego has played for Sporting Gijon, Levante, Rayo Vallecano, Espanyol and now Villarreal. Over those five clubs the defensive and central midfielder has racked up 272 La Liga games, but it was at Valencia where he received the most praise, representing the Mestalla club for four seasons.

The 34-year-old Fuego can still perform a shift for your club with his 78 overall rating. 86 composure, 83 aggression and 82 interceptions abilities will set you back £4.4 million and £27,000 a week in wages, but you must wait until January. 

All FIFA 19 bargains under £5 million

Player

A

Pos

Club

Country

OVR

C

W

Diego Lopez

36

GK

Espanyol

Spain

80

£2.8m

£15k

Maikel Catarino

34

RB
LM

Atletico Mineiro

Brazil

79

£4.1m

£33k

Claudio Bravo

35

GK

Man City

Chile

79

£3.4m

£49k

Jose Fonte

34

CB

Lille

Portugal

78

£3.7m

£28k

Dusan Basta

33

RB
RM

Lazio

Serbia

78

£4.5m

£38k

Karim El Ahmadi

33

CDM
CM

Al Ittihad

Morocco

78

£4.9m

£33k

Javi Fuego

34

CDM

CM

Villarreal

Spain

78

£4.4m

£27k

Ruben Castro

37

ST

Las Palmas

Spain

78

£4.8m

£10k

Jose Holebas

34

LB
LWB

Watford

Greece

77

£4m

£42k

Ben Foster

35

GK

Watford

England

77

£2.9m

£11k

Federico Marchetti

35

GK

Genoa

Italy

77

£2.6m

£8k

Alfredo Talavera

35

GK

Deportivo Toluca

Mexico

77

£2.7m

£11k

Javier Pinola

35

CB

River Plate

Argentina

76

£2m

£13k

David Seijalbo

34

CDM

Cruzeiro

Brazil

76

£2.8m

£22k

Victildinho

34

RB
RM

Vitoria

Brazil

76

£2.7m

£12k

Ricardo

35

GK

Chaves

Portugal

76

£2.1m

£5k

Nicolas Domingo

34

CDM
CM
CB

Independiente

Argentina

76

£3.1m

£17k

David Limbersky

34

LB
RB

Viktoria Plzen

Czech Rep.

76

£3m

£880

Renato Civelli

34

CB

Banfield

Argentina

76

£2.6m

£13k

Gokhan Gonul

33

RB

Besiktas

Turkey

76

£3.5m

£35k

Gonzalo Rodriguez

34

CB

San Lorenzo

Argentina

76

£2.6m

£17k

Silvio Proto

35

GK

Lazio

Belgium

76

£2m

£18k

FIFA 19 Signings under £2 million

Moving on to players who are more valuable to have around the squad rather than in the starting lineup. These cheap players should be used in rotation but can still offer something off the bench, with them all rated 72 or higher.

Stefano Sorrentino (OVR 80)

Age: 39

Positions: GK

Club: Chievo Verona

Country: Italy

Best stats: 82 GK handling, 82 GK positioning, 81 GK diving

Cost: £1.1 million

Wage: £9,000 a week

Aged 39, Stefano Sorrentino is still a reliable goalkeeper, and with heaps of experience. The goalkeeper made his professional debut during the 1998/199 season for Torino and went on to play for AEK Athens and Palermo but is a Chievo legend due to two spells at the club, amassing 247 appearances.

Sorrentino’s 80 overall contains stats of 82 GK handling, 82 GK positioning and 81 GK diving. You will only need £1.1 million to snap him up, with wages of £9,000 a week. 

Beto (OVR 76)

Age: 36

Positions: GK

Club: Goztepe

Country: Portugal

Best stats: 79 GK diving, 79 GK positioning, 75 GK reflexes

Cost: £1.4 million

Wage: £10,000 a week

Still a Portuguese international, Beto has had a fantastic career, winning three Europa Leagues, one Portuguese title and finishing third at the Confederations Cup. The 36-year-old came to the fore for Sevilla over two-and-a-half seasons, but now is out in Turkey with Goztepe.

£1.4 million and £10,000 a week wages will get you Beto’s 76 overall, which contains abilities of 79 GK diving, 79 GK positioning and 75 GK reflexes. 

Brad Jones (OVR 75)

Age: 36

Positions: GK

Club: Al Nassr

Country: Australia

Work rate: Medium/Medium

Best stats: 80 GK positioning, 75 GK diving, 75 GK reflexes

Cost: £1.1 million

Wage: £15,000 a week

Brad Jones had a reputation as a back-up goalkeeper, playing 70 times for Middlesbrough over nine years at the club. There were seven loan spells during that period, with the Australian international then heading to Liverpool to 2010. After stints at Derby, Bradford, NEC Breda and Feyenoord, Jones has headed to Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr.

Having just moved to the Middle East, you will need to hold off until January to move for Jones, where he will cost £1.1 million and weekly wages of £15,000. His 75 overall contains abilities of 80 GK positioning, 75 GK diving and 75 GK reflexes. 

Fernando Seoane (OVR 74)

Age: 35

Positions: CDM, CM

Club: Lugo

Country: Spain

Work rate: Medium/High

Best stats: 80 strength, 78 aggression, 76 short passing

Cost: £1.5 million

Wage: £5,000 a week

A servant of the Spanish second division, Lugo’s Fernando Seoane has never played in the top flight. The defensive or central midfielder is enjoying his second spell at Lugo, where he is one of their favourite sons, representing the club over 250 times. 

Now 35, Seoane holds stats of 80 strength, 78 aggression and 76 short passing to give him a 74 overall. To sign him you will only need £1.5 million with a wage of £5,000 a week. 

Jose Maria Basanta (OVR 73 – 73)

Age: 34

Positions: CB

Club: Monterrey

Country: Argentina

Work rate: Medium/Medium

Best stats: 77 heading accuracy, 76 interceptions, 76 strength

Cost: 1.4 million

Wage: £27,000 a week

Out in Mexico we have former Argentine international Jose Maria Basanta. The 34-year-old earned 12 caps for his country despite only spending two years of his entire career outside Mexico. The centre back was part of the squad that came runner-up to Germany in the 2014 World Cup, but has still secured two league titles and three CONCACAF Champions Leagues in his club career.

Basanta’s 73 overall consists of 77 heading accuracy, 76 interceptions and 76 strength. £1.4 million can get you the defender along with wages of £27,000 a week. 

All FIFA 19 bargains under £2 million

Player

A

Pos

Club

Country

OVR

C

W

Stefano Sorrentino

39

GK

Chievo

Italy

80

£1.1m

£9k

Beto

36

GK

Goztepe

Portugal

76

£1.4m

£10k

Brad Jones

36

GK

Al Nassr

Australia

75

£1.1m

£15k

Seoane

35

CDM
CM

Lugo

Spain

74

£1.5m

£5k

Benjamin Meseira

34

RB

Chapecoense

Brazil

73

£1.3m

£11k

Mauro Cildinho

34

RB

Sport Recife

Brazil

73

£1.3m

£11k

Oswaldito Cuba

34

LB
CAM
LM

Chapecoense

Brazil

73

£1.3m

£11k

Juliano Mascarinhas

34

CDM

CM

Gremio

Brazil

73

£1.6m

£18k

Kengo Nakamura

37

CAM
CM
CDM

Kawasaki Frontale

Japan

73

£1.3m

£6k

Jose Maria Basanta

34

CB

Monterrey

Argentina

73

£1.4m

£27k

Bostjan Cesar

35

CB

Chievo

Slovenia

73

£1m

£8k

Craig Gordon

35

GK

Celtic

Scotland

73

£1.1m

£16k

Enzo Mergues

34

LB

Internacional

Brazil

72

£1.2m

£15k

Makasi Higashiguchi

32

GK

Gamba Osaka

Japan

72

£1.8m

£6k

Hugo Rubiaes

34

CDM
RB

Fluminense

Brazil

72

£1.2m

£16k

FIFA 19 Signings under £1 million

If you are really on a shoestring budget, perhaps managing a side towards the bottom of the Football League, it is a real task to find decent players, especially with the lack of quality in FIFA 19 free agents. There are a couple of veterans however, who can do the business for you during the campaign thanks to their ratings of 71 or higher.

Andres Perez (OVR 75)

Age: 38

Positions: CDM, CM

Club: Deportivo Cali

Country: Colombia

Work rate: Medium/Medium

Best stats: 88 aggression, 84 composure, 81 interceptions

Cost: £900,000

Wage: £2,000 a week

A former Colombian international, the 38-year-old Andres Perez has never spent any time in his career outside his homeland of Argentina. A defensive or central midfielder, the Deportivo Cali captain has played for the club over 200 times, but silverware has always eluded him.

Stats of 88 aggression, 84 composure and 81 interceptions make Perez a very tempting signing, especially with a price of just £900,000. That fee plus wages of £2,000 a week can get you his 75 overall for the season.

Jose de Jesus Corona (OVR 75)

Age: 37

Positions: GK

Club: Cruz Azul

Country: Mexico

Best stats: 79 jumping, 78 GK positioning, 77 GK handling

Cost: £510,000

Wage: £10,000 a week

A much more established international footballer is Mexico’s Jose de Jesus Corona who has earned 53 caps for his country. On the club scene, Corona has won the Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League, adding to his Gold Cup and Olympic gold medal with the national team.

£510,000 with wages of £10,000 a week will get you the goalkeeper who has a 75 overall. With stats of 79 jumping, 78 GK positioning and 77 GK handling you should consider Corona, despite his age of 37.

Christian Maggio (OVR 75)

Age: 36

Positions: RB

Club: Benevento

Country: Italy

Work rate: Medium/Medium

Best stats: 91 jumping, 79 volleys, 77 ball control

Cost: £875,000

Wage: £4,000 a week

Christian Maggio was a regular for the Italian national team between 2008 and 2014, earning 34 caps for the Azzurri. Domestically, he enjoyed success with Napoli over ten seasons, winning the Coppa Italia on two occasions. 

The 36-year-old Maggio joined Serie B side Benevento in the summer, so you will need to hold fire until January to move for him, where he will cost just £875,000 with a wage of £4,000 a week. Remarkable 91 jumping, 79 volleys and 77 ball control take the right back’s overall to 75. 

Allan McGregor (OVR 74)

Age: 36

Positions: GK

Club: Rangers

Country: Scotland

Best stats: 78 GK reflexes, 74 GK positioning, 72 GK diving

Cost: £900,000

Wage: £18,000 a week

The international footballers just keep coming, with Allan McGregor representing Scotland 39 times and counting. Most will remember the goalkeeper from his time with Hull in the Premier League, but he has represented Rangers the most over two spells. The 36-year-old enjoyed six full seasons with the Gers before their financial turmoil, but returned in the summer. 

His recent move means you must also wait until the turn of the year to snap up McGregor for a price of £900,000. Wages of £18,000 a week will get you his 78 GK reflexes, 74 GK positioning and 72 GK diving take him to a 74 overall. 

Luciano Pocrnjic (OVR 73)

Age: 37

Positions: GK

Club: Atletico Aldosivi

Country: Argentina

Best stats: 74 GK positioning, 73 GK diving, 73 GK reflexes

Cost: £550,000

Wage: £4,000 a week

We finish with another goalkeeper, the 37-year-old Luciano Pocrnjic. The Argentine enjoyed a fantastic spell at former club Newell’s Old Boys, conceding just 58 goals in 57 games and notching 20 clean sheets. He has since joined Atletico Aldosivi, linking up with the club in the summer.

74 GK positioning, 73 GK diving and 73 GK reflexes take Pocrnjic to a 73 overall. £550,000 is all you need to snap him up, but you must wait until January to move for him and his £4,000 a week wages. 

All FIFA 19 bargains under £1 million

Player

A

Pos

Club

Country

OVR

C

W

Andres Perez

37

CDM
CM

Deportivo Cali

Colombia

75

£900k

£2k

Jose de Jesus Corona

37

GK

Cruz Azul

Mexico

75

£510k

£10k

Christian Maggio

36

RB

Benevento

Italy

75

£875k

£4k

Allan McGregor

36

GK

Rangers

Scotland

74

£900k

£18k

Sebastian Torrico

38

GK

San Lorenzo

Argentina

73

£330k

£7k

Luis Ardente

36

GK

San Martin

Argentina

73

£550k

£5k

Bracali

37

GK

Boavista

Brazil

73

£350k

£3k

Luciano Pocrnjic

36

GK

Aldosivi

Argentina

73

£550k

£4k

Steve von Bergen

35

CB

Young Boys

Switz.

73

£950k

£10k

Christian Puggioni

37

GK

Benevento

Italy

72

£240k

£2k

Ali Al Habsi

36

GK

Al Hilal

Oman

72

£500k

£11k

Kevin Stuhr-Ellegaard

35

GK

Elfsborg

Denmark

72

£700k

£2k

Shinsuke Nakamura

40

CAM
CF
RW
RM

Jubilo Iwata

Japan

72

Free

£3k

Adriano Facchini

35

GK

Al Batin

Brazil

71

£600k

£5k

Juan Mercier

38

CDM
CM

Atletico Tucuman

Argentina

71

£380k

£5k

Nereo Fernandez

39

GK

Union de Santa Fe

Argentina

71

£108k

£4k

Zheng Zhi

37

CDM

Guangzhou Evergrande

China

71

£450k

£7k

Pablo Ledesma

34

CDM
CM

Atletico Patronato

Argentina

71

£770k

£7k

Facundo Erpen

35

CB

San Martin de San Juan

Argentina

71

£550k

£6k

Agustin Orion

37

GK

Colo-Colo

Argentina

71

£165k

£2k

Yasuhito Endo

38

CDM
CAM
CM

Gamba Osaka

Japan

71

£300k

£5k

Oscar Perez

45

GK

Pachuca

Mexico

71

£180K

£7K

German Lux

36

GK

River Plate

Argentina

71

£320k

£6k

Looking for free players?

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FIFA 19: Contract expiry signings ending in 2021 (Third Season)

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FIFA 19: Contract expiry signings ending in 2023 (Fifth Season)

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On a tight budget?

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Looking for the best young players?

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FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best young right backs (RB) to sign

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FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best young strikers (ST & CF) to sign

FIFA 19 Wingers: Best young LW & LM to sign in Career Mode

FIFA 19 Wingers: Best young RW & RM to sign in Career Mode

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best young attacking midfielders (CAM) to sign

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best young defensive midfielders (CDM) to sign

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best young central midfielders (CM) to sign

Looking for wonderkids?

FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best Strikers (ST & CF) to sign in Career Mode

FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best Wingers (LW & RW) and wide (LM & RM) players to sign in career mode

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FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best Defenders (CB, RB & LB) to sign in career mode

FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best Goalkeepers (GK) to sign in Career Mode

FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best Brazilians to sign in Career Mode

FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best Argentinians to sign in Career Mode

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FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best English players to sign in Career Mode

FIFA 19 Wonderkids: Best Spanish players to sign in Career Mode

Looking for the best players in other positions?

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best Goalkeepers (GK)

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best Right Backs (RB)

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best Left Backs (LB)

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best Centre Backs (CB)

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best midfielders (CDM, CM, CAM)

FIFA 19 Wingers: Best LW & LM in career mode

FIFA 19 Wingers: Best RW & RM in career mode

FIFA 19 Career Mode: Best Strikers (ST & CF)

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Alastair Pusinelli

I am RealSport's Editor-in-Chief having covered almost everything across the board on the platform. Starting with content on football and the Chinese Super League, I have expanded into esports and gaming, via a stint as rugby editor.

With RS now focused on gaming and working alongside Gfinity, I led the site's coverage on the football titles of FIFA, Football Manager and PES. This has enabled me to cover official esports events such as the FIFA eWorld Cup, FUT Champions Cups and the Gfinity FIFA Series.

Elsewhere, I have been published in The Sunday Times and Variety magazine, as well as working in the offices of Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Hampshire CCC.

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