FIFA 23 Wonderkids - NEW stars added in latest squad update

FIFA 23 Andrey Santos

FIFA 23 Andrey Santos

FIFA 23 Career Mode has had somewhat of a rocky start to life, with fans debating whether it's the best or worst version of the mode we've ever seen.

Whilst FIFA 23 is lacking in new features in the CM department, it certainly isn't lacking in wonderkids.

Now, a host of new and exciting young talents have been added to the game in the latest title update, and you can discover all of them below.

FIFA 23 New Wonderkids

A host of brand-new wonderkids have been added to FIFA 23, with these future stars certain to become world-beaters in your Career Mode save.

All of the information is correct as of 13/1/23 and taken from SoFIFA.

FIFA 23 New Wonderkids
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RISING STARS - These new wonderkids have been added to FIFA 23

As you can see, it isn't just obscure wonderkids that have been added, a host of Premier League stars have made the cut.

Andrey Santos of Chelsea is an exciting new talent that will raise the eyebrows of many, with this Brazilian midfielder capable of becoming a top talent in the Premier League.

Paul Wanner of Bayern Munich and Rory Wilson of Aston Villa are the two wonderkids added with the highest potential, with both of these rising stars capable of reaching an 85 overall.

FIFA 23 Andrey Santos
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RISING STARS - Andrey Santos is one of the latest wonderkids to be added to FIFA 23

Wilson isn't the only Scottish youngster set to make a splash in FIFA 23, Ben Doak of Liverpool is another rising star set to take Career Mode by storm.

The best thing about these new wonderkids is their value, with a number of these stars coming in at way less than £1 Million, but capable of more than tripling in value if you play your cards right.

It's worth bearing in mind that all of these wonderkids can grow beyond their potential rating in Career Mode due to the arrival of dynamic potential.

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