The official nominees for Bundesliga Player of the Month (POTM) have been revealed on FIFA 21 Ultimate Team.
There are six Bundesliga stars up for April’s award with the winner set to receive a highly rated new SBC card on FUT 21.
Make sure to have your say and vote for April’s Bundesliga POTM here.
The official Bundesliga Player of the Month nominees were revealed on Wednesday, 28 April with six players included.
Now the nominees are out, we are expecting the Bundesliga POTM SBC to be released in the coming days.
Time on the clock
There is still plenty of time to complete the current Bundesliga POTM SBC on FUT 21 which does not expire until Sunday, 16 May.
Find out how to unlock the 88 OVR Filip Kostic POTM here.
Norwegian striker Erling Haaland scored four goals in April, taking his Bundesliga tally to 25 goals in just 26 matches.
Haaland is one of the world’s most clinical strikers and could receive another Player of the Month SBC card on FIFA 21 Ultimate Team.
Another of the Bundesliga’s top strikers has been nominated for April’s POTM, with Wolfsburg’s Wout Weghorst scoring three times in the month.
Weghorst also provided two assists to help his cause and could prove a real handful for defenders on FUT 21 with his size and physicality.
Borussia Monchengladbach’s French forward was in great form throughout April, scoring three and assisting four in his five appearances.
French international Thuram now has seven goals and seven assists in the Bundesliga this season.
Freiburg’s German left-back Christian Gunter is a surprise inclusion in the POTM nominees.
Gunter appeared in TOTW 30 after his two goals and clean sheet against Schalke, although Freiburg only picked up one other point all month.
Another Freiburg star to be included in the April nominees is Hungarian winger Roland Sallai.
Sallai scored twice and assisted another two to take his tally of goal involvements to 14 in the Bundesliga this season.
Yet to appear on FIFA 21 Ultimate Team, Bayern Munich’s teenage prodigy Jamal Musiala is in contention for his first FUT card ever.
The 18-year-old scored three goals in his five appearances including a brace against high-flying Wolfsburg and now has an impressive six goals in his breakthrough season.