13 Oct 2021 11:26 AM +00:00

FIFA 22 English Wonderkids: Bellingham and Saka set to become SUPERSTARS

Career Mode gives players a chance not only to try and win big trophies with their chosen club, but to develop young talent over the years, turning fringe players and unknowns into world-beaters.

Create-a-club can make that journey even more personal, and finding young, hopefully cheap, talent can take your team from the minnows to titles.

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Read on to find out who all the best English wonderkids are on FIFA 22.


What makes a wonderkid?

For a real wonderkid you have to be a teenager upon FIFA 22's release, so that means Trent Alexander-Arnold and Phil Foden will not be on the list!

Mason Greenwood (OVR 78 - POT 89)

Putting in eye-catching performances for Manchester United, Mason Greenwood has become a regular starter for the club already.

A sublime finisher, we expect to see him get better and better training with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Before CR7's arrival, we saw him play more centrally, but he is more than happy playing on the right side, cutting in on that laser-sighted left-foot.


Jude Bellingham (OVR 79 - POT 89)

One of several young players who have benefitted from a move to the Bundesliga, Jude Bellingham has become a regular in the Borussia Dortmund squad and has started forcing his way into the England team too.

He has all the qualities to make him a world-class midfielder, box-to-box with skill in all areas, not only is he a star for the future, he is a star now!


Noni Madueke (OVR 77 - POT 88)

What's that - you like pace?

Already at 90 PAC, with 83 DRI, he will grow into one of the top speedsters.

At 6'0" his is also very agile, giving him more of a physical presence than smaller wingers.


Bukayo Saka (OVR 80 - POT 88)

Bukayo Saka has been one of the rare positives for Arsenal recently and has been showing the same great form for country.


He already has all the attributes of a top winger, and these will only improve.

He is also very versatile, being able to play on either wing, as a LB or LWB, and as a CAM.

Harvey Elliott (OVR 73 - POT 87)

The youngest player to play in the Premier League, Harvey Elliott was seeing regular first-team action for Liverpool this season, before suffering a horrible injury.

Manager Jurgen Klopp is very happy with his young talent and will be hoping for a speedy recovery.

Dane Scarlett (OVR 63 - POT 86)

You've heard of Dane Scarlett, right? You know, that young English striker. Plays for Spurs.


Yeah, us neither!

But notoriety doesn't relate to success, and with a whopping growth potential of 23 points, he could be a real bargain to turn into one of the world's best.

Fabio Carvalho (OVR 67 - POT 86)

Fabio Carvalho came through the Fulham academy and looked to be an essential part of the squad this season, starting the first five games, scoring three goals and providing an assist.

An injury has put him out of action since then, so we wait to see if he maintains that form upon his return.

Charlie Patino (OVR 62 - POT 85)


Yet to see any senior play, Charlie Patino is working his way through the Arsenal academy.

A lot is expected of Patino, with club scouts describing him as the best player they have had.

Liam Delap (OVR 64 - POT 86)

We're not likely to see the long throw-ins associated with his dad, Rory, but Liam Delap is something else.

Scoring 41 and assisting 15 in 57 appearances at youth and senior level is some going.

Having one of the world's best coaches in Pep Guardiola will help with fulfilling his potential at Manchester City.


Jarrad Branthwaite (OVR 66 - POT 84)

A promising loan move from Everton to Blackburn Rovers was interrupted by injury after he started a string of games consecutively.

Jarrad Branthwaite is a tall and physical CB with decent defensive abilities.