FM 16 Wonderkids: Smaller European Leagues – Wonderkids XI
Best XI FM 16 wonderkids from smaller European leagues.
Best XI of wonderkids from smaller European leagues. We’ve already given you Europe’s best wonderkids, but understandably, it can be hard to decipher which one’s are the best to buy. Not all wonderkids live up to their potential, so, for every league, we’ve come up with a starting XI of the best wonderkids for you to sign. If you’re thinking of starting a new game save, check our other two guides:
Here’s a list of ‘wonderkids best XI’s’ from other leagues:
- Premier League Wonderkids Best XI
- La Liga Wonderkids Best XI
- Bundesliga Wonderkids Best XI
- Serie A Wonderkids Best XI
- European Wonderkids Best XI
Lineup = (Nardi, Perrin, Gunter, de Ligt, Tufan, Lemar, Traore, Andrade, Bruma, Batshuayi, Zivkovic)
GK – Paul Nardi (AS Monaco)
Nardi is a decent choice for any side with just a few million to spare in need of a cheap goalkeeper. He will take a lot of work to develop, but becomes solid enough eventually.
DC – Lucas Perrin (Marseille)
Perrin can be signed for at little as £200k, and has the potential to become a solid centre half, and with 4-star potential, is your definition of a low-risk/high-reward prospect.
DC – Koray Gunter (Galatasaray)
Gunter isn’t ready to make a difference from the word go, but costs around £5-7m, which if you factor in his 5-star potential, doesn’t seem like an awful lot at all.
DC – Matthijs de Ligt (Ajax)
De Ligt is still 15, so is a long way away from cracking anybody’s first team in the immediate future, but with 5-star potential and just a £625k compensation to fee, if you have a an extra million spare, sign him up now and reap the benefits later on.
DM – Ozan Tufan (Fenerbahce)
Tufan already earns a decent wage at Fenerbahce (£27k), so will cost a fair bit, but is is also a lot more first-team-ready than some of the other players on the list.
MC – Thomas Lemar (Monaco)
Lemar is a centre midfield by nature, but can also play in a slightly more advanced role, offering you some nice versatility. However, he is valued at £4.2m at the start of the game, and plays for Monaco, so you’ll have to spend at least £13m to sign him.
MC – Adama Traore (Monaco)
You may have to spend big to sign the Mali-born midfield dynamo, but when he arrives, he will bring with him his 5-star potential and has acute playmaking skills. The question is – do you consider him to be worth the £25m+ you’d have to pay for him?
MR – Victor Andrade (Benfica)
Andrade is a must-buy for any side, and can be bought for as little as £1.5m.Right now, he’s rated at 1.5 stars, so you can either gamble now or loan him out for a season or two. Either way, with 5-star potential and such a cheap fee, Andrade is very much a ‘why not’ type of signing.
ML – Bruma (Galatasaray)
Bruma is currently on loan at Real Sociedad, but as soon as the 2016/17 season comes around, he could be yours for no more than £8m.
ST – Michy Batshuayi (Marseille)
If you need a striker, sign Batshuayi immediately, because if you don’t, his fee will just sky-rocket. You can sign him for a fee of around £8m, and with wages of just £20k/week, he’s a financially sound buy.
ST – Richario Zivkovic (Ajax)
Zivkovic was a known commodity on FM15, but sadly, didn’t have the best of seasons in 2014/15, and now finds himself on loan at Willem II. I’d advise buying him ASAP for a fee of around £5m, wait for his loan to end, then watch him realise his 5-star potential.