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Dominik Szoboszlai - Football Manager 2021. Our Football Manager Careers section lets fans track and share their Football Manager Stories. To help you get started, we've compiled a list of the best wonderkid strikers, midfielders, defenders and goalkeepers on Football Manager 2021. This list features only players who are aged under. Football Manager 2021 is out and with it there's a whole world of Wonderkids to discover. In this video, I count down my Top 10 in FM21!👉 Subscribe for more. Dominik Szoboszlai (CA 140 - PA 150-180) click to enlarge + 10. PACE - Szoboszlai has pace to burn. The Top 10 Centre Backs in Football Manager 2021 26 Feb 2021 These men will improve your GA. An FM21 wonderkids list, with a ranked table of the best, highest potential young players in Football Manager 2021 according to their hidden ratings.

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It's that time of year again. The return of the sleepless nights, the worrying about whether we've made the right purchases and if everyone is going to be happy. We're not talking about Christmas - we are of course talking about the release of Football Manager.

As ever, the 2021 edition of the game is strewn with quality youngsters - many of whom are available at a cut price if you can snap them up fast enough - but don't worry about sending your scouts out for months on end, 90min's got your back.

We've compiled a list of the best 100 wonderkids on the game, with every position and every budget catered for. So get you suit on and prepare to begin the negotiations.

*All values subject to change.


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Dominik Szoboszlai

RB Salzburg - £5.75m

It's a travesty that this man hasn't been snapped up by one of European football's behemoths yet. A fantastic carrier of the ball and someone you can rely on to produce consistently if your budget can stretch.

Romario Baro

Porto - £1.5m

Comfortable in a whole host of different positions so would be a great asset for any squad. Likes to protect the backline but also has the energy to get up the field.

Jamie Shackleton

Leeds - £5.5m

Hardly one from the bargain bin but someone who could flourish in the right setup. Has an eye for a pass and possesses a brilliant ability to spot danger before it has the chance to manifest.

Diogo Prioste

Benfica - £1,000

Although Prioste is best suited to a central-midfield role, his qualities are definitely more suited to the attacking side of the game. A wand of a right foot and would be a great buy for any manager struggling to unlock defences.

Ugo Bertelli

Marseille - £30,000


With a bit of time and some training Bertelli has all the tools to develop into a fantastic midfielder. The deep-lying playmaker is highly thought of at Marseille but is available for absolute peanuts.

Kristian Arnstad

Anderlecht - £20,000

Said to have been chased by both Manchester United and Milan (though you're probably realising by now that 50% of the world's population have been on Man Utd's wish list at some point). A player full of passion, drive and energy who can control the tempo of a game.

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Football Manager 2021, out on Nov. 24, is the latest instalment of the game that has provided plenty of solace for fans around the world in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. But one of the first things that gamers and fans alike look for is the 'Next Gen' and which young players are going to rise to the top.

The comprehensive game enlists a reported 1,300 scouts to collect data in 51 countries and is a good barometer for young talent, given how much effort they put into their scouting efforts. While not every top pick from history turns out to be a world-beater -- see Freddy Adu and Cherno Samba, among others -- Football Manager has become one of the first ports of call for fans and clubs alike to find a new player.

Here are some of the latest wonderkids to grace the 2021 edition. They turn out good in the game, but what does our resident scout Tor-Kristian Karlsen make of them in real life?

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GK: Maarten Vandevoordt, 18, Genk (Belgium U19)

The Belgian didn't cover himself in glory when a Cruyff turn after 123 seconds went horribly wrong on the night he became the youngest ever goalkeeper in the Champions League last December. However, one year on from that mixed bag of emotions at Napoli, Vandevoort is well on track to becoming a top-class goalkeeper. He's brave, alert, equipped with strong hands and responsive reflexes, and quick off the line (though at times he can be a touch too adventurous.)

DEF: Josko Gvardiol, 18, RB Leipzig, on loan at Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia U21)

Signed by RB Leipzig for €16m this summer after they fought off competition from Leeds, Gvardiol is a left-footed centre-back (or left-back) who's particularly calm and purposeful in possession -- he already plays with the maturity of a 20-something. The Croatian defender is also mobile, good at anticipating and reasonably quick on the turn for a player in his position.

DEF: Benoit Badiashile, 19, Monaco (France U21)

One of many top prospects from an outstanding generation of French centre-backs. The left-footed Monaco defender is brilliant at bringing the ball out of defence and linking up with the midfielders (he has an impressive 93% pass accuracy in 2020). Dominant in the air, with power, intelligence and pace in abundance, he also has an excellent temperament and hardly ever gets booked.

DEF: Nuno Mendes, 18, Sporting Lisbon (Portugal U21)

The Portugal U21 and Sporting left-back has great ability on the ball and impressive stamina to go with the pace that is required in his position. On top of that, he's surprisingly nimble for his size, excellent at pulling away from opponents and tends to keep his sense of orientation even when he drifts into the middle. He has been linked with Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal of late.

DM: Marco Kana, 18, Anderlecht (Belgium U21)

At such a young age, the calm, intelligent deep-lying playmaker is already being groomed to run the Anderlecht midfield. While he's good on the ball with the ability to pick a 30-meter pass and positive in his play, Kana is diligent in his defensive work and can also operate as a central defender.

CM: Ilaix Moriba, 17, Barcelona B (Spain U18)

The Guinea-born central attacking midfielder has represented Spain at youth level, but is yet to make his breakthrough to the Barcelona first-team. Though still only a teenager, he combines the ability to make powerful runs into the box with blinding close control. He also has excellent vison which enhances his ever-developing playmaking abilities.

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AM: Yusuf Demir, 17, Rapid Wien (Austria U17)

After Erling Haaland and Dominik Szoboszlai, the diminutive playmaker might be the next top-class talent to emerge from Austrian football. Equipped with a wonderful left foot, great one-vs.-one abilities and a low centre of gravity, Demir is dangerous and efficient as well as being fun to watch and has four goals in eight games this season.

FW: Jeremy Doku, 18, Rennes (Belgium)

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Already a full international for Belgium, the speedy winger joined Rennes from Anderlecht for around €26m this summer and has already found himself at home in France with two goals in seven games. Doku possesses excellent balance, pace and often seems to take on opponents just for the fun of it.

FW: Rayan Cherki, 17, Lyon (France U16)

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An exceptionally tricky forward who can play in any role behind the striker, the 17-year-old possesses masses of flair and a great turn of pace. Technically gifted and creative, he's already made a mark in Ligue 1 and the Champions League. A hugely exciting prospect whose final breakthrough could happen at any time.


ST: Sebastiano Esposito, 18, Inter Milan, on loan at SPAL (Italy U21)

Quick, unpredictable and agile, Esposito is excellent on the break and loves looking for space behind the defensive line. Somewhat slight and lightweight, Esposito still poses a real threat with constant movement and a powerful right foot.