Potential wonderkids for FM22 Part 2

Who to look out for in FM22?As always it’s hard to predict who will be the biggest wonderkids, other than the obvious ones. I would guess 99% of all FM gamers are aware of the youth players who already made their mark on senior football. In this series, I have therefore tried to come up with someone other than Pedri, Camavinga and Moukoko. 

#CAM Gabriël Misehouy (2005) – Ajax – Netherlands
A new prodigy from the famed Ajax academy. Look like the typical Ajax talent with good technique, great vision and a good understanding of the game. Capable as a number 10 and a number 8. Linked with Europe’s elite already and are highly rated at Ajax.
PA Prediction: -85

#CM Tom Bischof (2005) – Hoffenheim – Germany
Highly rated in Germany and on the radar of all the bigger clubs. This summer he has been with the first team and is described as a player with smooth movements and cheeky on the ball. A goalscoring midfielder is always welcome in any team, and he should also be highly rated in FM22.
PA Prediction: -8

#CB El Chadaille Bitshiabu (2005) – PSG – France
Signed his first pro contract with PSG this summer so he won’t be the cheapest or easiest player to get a hold of. Even so, he should be on every list of wonderkids. Highly rated by Pochettino and called up for the first team during the summer when several first-teamers were missing. Offers a great physique with his height and look very capable on the ball with his left foot.
PA Prediction: –9

#GK Theo Sander (2005) – Aalborg – Denmark/FranceCould be the next big thing coming out of Denmark, but he can also play for France. Last winter he trained with Juventus, and he is wanted by several big clubs. Sander is a modern keeper who is good with his feet and a good shot-stopper. He already has a good physique for his age and looks set for first-team action at an early age if he stays in Denmark. Should be fairly cheap in the game.
PA Prediction: –8

#CAM Lovro Zvonarek (2005) – Slaven Belupo – Croatia
No FM without a huge talent from Croatia. Made his debut at the end of last season and became the youngest goalscorer in the 1.HNL when he broke Alen Halilovic record. A technical player with a good work rate, you should be able to mould him into the player you need in your team.
PA Prediction: –8

#DM Abdoulaye Kamara (2005) – Dortmund – Guinea/France
Another PSG youth player leaving for Dortmund. Kamara is a defensive midfielder with a good ability to control the ball and bring it forward from the deep. Don’t know too much about him yet, other than that he’s highly rated and one to watch for in FM22.
PA Prediction: -8

#RB Kyriani Sabbe (2005) – Club Brugge – Belgium
Made his debut in the Proximus League just days after his 16th birthday. Primarily a right-back but he’s also capable on the left. Here you have your typical modern wing back in the making, which is hard to find. A pacey player with a good cross, he’s still better going forward than defending. A potential go-to player for everyone who wants to play with wing-backs. PA Prediction: –75

#CB Diogo Monteiro (2005) – Servette – Portugal/Switzerland
Made his debut at 16 in the Swiss Super League as the youngest defender to ever make his debut. Another modern centre back who is comfortable on the ball could be a dream for all those who play with ball-playing defenders at the back. Plays with great awareness and maturity in his game and looks older on the pitch than he really is.
PA Prediction: -8

#AMC Runar Norheim (2005) – Tromso – Norway
Became the youngest debutant for Tromso at 15, beating Isak Hansen-Aaroen’s record. A very allround player with no big strengths or weaknesses, given enough time and potential, he can be moulded into exactly the player you want him to be. Described as a player with his head at the right place, I expect him to have good mental stats and a good platform for further development. Should be fairly easy to bring to your club.
PA Prediction: –75

#ST Nicolas Siri (2004) – Danubio – Uruguay
Another Uruguayan prodigy with the potential to become a world-class striker. Became the youngest South American to score a hat-trick in professional football in march 2021, beating Maradona’s 24-year-old record. Could be for FM22 what Matias Arezo was for FM21. A very good striker already, who can score with both his feet and his head. Not the tallest striker out there, but he makes up for it with good speed and movement.
PA Prediction: -8


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