FIFA 22 Wonderkids: Sign CHEAP future star Moukoko on your Career Mode

FIFA 22 Career Mode lets you assemble the best squad around, and part of creating that squad will involve signing wonderkids.

These young players have some of the best potentials in the game, so after a few years of training will be able to lead your side to all the trophies around.

Read on to discover the best wonderkids in FIFA 22 Career Mode, then sign them up for your side.

A trick to find hidden wonderkids

We can tell you what players to keep an eye on who are already in the game, but there is also a way you can find the next generation of wonderkids when the computer adds ReGens to the game.

Use this simple guide to identify ReGens, then sign the new version of Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo!

Once you know the secret it's easy to find the next crop of brilliant young talents who can take your side to new heights.

What is a "wonderkid"?

We are classifying wonderkids as teenagers at the beginning of a save on FIFA 22.

Therefore, Erling Haaland and Joao Felix, who are both 21, are ineligible for this list but do make the list of FIFA 22's Best Young Players.

Pedri (OVR 81 - POT 91)

Age: 18

Position(s): CM

Club: Barcelona

Value: £46 million (Release clause: £105 million)

Wage: £44,000 a week

At the start of the 2020/21 season, you probably wouldn't have heard of Pedri, but he's now a regular starter for Barcelona and Spain aged just 18, a bona fide wonderkid centre-midfielder.

The youngster had just one season of professional football under his belt, for Las Palmas in the Segunda Division, before making the £6.5 million move to Barca.

Florian Wirtz (OVR 81 - POT 90)

Age: 18

Position(s): CAM, CM

Club: Bayer Leverkusen

Value: £47 million (Release clause: £89 million)

Wage: £19,000 a week

A potential superstar in the making, the German is already contributing with goals and assists in the Bundesliga for Bayer Leverkusen.

Great on the ball and very agile, he's just what you want for a tricky wonderkid CAM.

Ansu Fati (OVR 79 - POT 90)

Age: 18

Position(s): LW

Club: Barcelona

Value: £32 million (Release clause: £73 million)

Wage: £48,000 a week

Ansu Fati burst onto the scene with eight goals in his first season in Barcelona colours, but his playing time became a bit more limited under Ronald Koeman.

The Spanish international struggled with form and fitness last term, but now that he has the number 10 jersey - he is ready to follow in Lionel Messi's footsteps - except on the other side, as a wonderkid left-winger.

Ryan Gravenberch (OVR 78 - POT 90)

Age: 19

Position(s): CM

Club: Ajax

Value: £28 million (Release clause: £45 million)

Wage: £9,000 a week

Mathijs de Ligt, Frenkie de Jong, Christian Eriksen - the Ajax production line is quite something, with Ryan Gravenberch likely to be the next academy graduate to shine in Europe.

Manchester United and Barcelona are said to be after his signature, but at this stage, it looks as if the youngster will complete at least one more season in Holland.

Jude Bellingham (OVR 81 - POT 89)

Age: 18

Position(s): CM, LM

Club: Borussia Dortmund

Value: £46 million (Release clause: £88 million)

Wage: £20,000 a week

We all thought it would be a couple of seasons before Jude Bellingham was given regular opportunities at Borussia Dortmund.

He had other ideas, with the England man picking up over 30 appearances in just his second season of professional football, and making the Three Lions Euro 2020 squad.

Eduardo Camavinga (OVR 78 - POT 89)

Age: 18

Position(s): CM, CDM

Club: Real Madrid

Value: £25 million (Release clause: £57 million)

Wage: £38,000 a week

Aged just 18, Eduardo Camavinga already has a fantastic reputation, and we can't wait to see how the young French international fairs at Real Madrid.

The midfielder typifies the rebuild going on at Los Blancos, with the £25 million man set to be taking the field alongside the 23-year-old Fede Valverde, 21-year-old Vinicius Jr, and 20-year-old Rodrygo.

Youssoufa Moukoko (OVR 69 - POT 89)

Age: 16

Position(s): ST

Club: Borussia Dortmund

Value: £3.3 million (Release clause: £8.8 million)

Wage: £4,000 a week

We've known about this wonderkid striker for a while, but he has only just turned 16 to get included in the game.

Already with 84 PAC, 76 DRI and 75 Finishing, this guy will turn into a special player, so snap him up early before his price skyrockets on Career Mode.

Jamal Musiala (OVR 78 - POT 89)

Age: 18

Position(s): LM, CAM

Club: Bayern Munich

Value: £25 million (Release clause: £47 million)

Wage: £20,000 a week

One of the world's most talented young stars, Jamal Musiala looks set to take the game by storm over the next decade.

Musiala's 88 Dribbling and 86 Ball Control is incredible for an 18-year-old and it will only get better.

Bukayo Saka (OVR 80 - POT 88)

Age: 19

Position(s): RM, LM

Club: Arsenal

Value: £39 million (Release clause: £82 million)

Wage: £43,000 a week

It feels like Buakyo Saka has been around for ages now, with the young Gunner playing over 100 times for Arsenal.

The England international has played anywhere down the left flank as well as a right-winger, with his flexibility another draw in signing the youngster.

Noni Madueke (OVR 77 - POT 88)

Age: 19

Position(s): RM, ST

Club: PSV

Value: £20 million (Release clause: £32 million)

Wage: £9,000 a week

Already at 90 PAC, with 83 DRI, Noni Madueke will grow into one of the top speedsters on FIFA 22.

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

For more info about FIFA 22 Career Mode, head here.

What about the defenders?

You'll notice that none of the best wonderkids are defenders, but that doesn't mean there aren't some brilliant wonderkid defenders, just that they won't reach as high a peak as more offensive players.

Josko Gvardiol is a wonderkid centre-back who looks to become one of the best in his position, and the same can be said of wonderkid left-back Nuno Mendes, who could have made this list with his 88 OVR potential.

There is an abundance of top young right-backs at the moment, and looking to follow in their footsteps are wonderkid right-backs such as Devyne Rensch.

Just because they might not reach the same heights as the attacking players, doesn't mean that these defenders should be overlooked.

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