The likes of Marcus Rashford and co. may be breaking on to the scene right now – but just how good would they be in a few years time?
He simmed the game until 2025 then checked how some of today’s young stars fared throughout their career.
Let’s have a look and see how they got on.
Now aged 27, the Manchester United ace is at the very top of his game.
He boasts an incredible 99 acceleration and sprint speed, making him one of the fastest players in the world.
His other stats aren’t too shabby either – with ball control and dribbling well into the 90s.
He’s decent in front of goal, with 85 finishing, but his free kick accuracy is an average 69.
The Chelsea youngster has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge – but if his future stats are anything to go by, letting him go could be a big mistake.
At 28 years old, Musonda is one of the fastest players in the world – boasting better ball control and dribbling than Rashford.
He has an overall rating of 88 – which, although not being world class, would still rank him among the game’s best players.
The Leicester City winger is already turning heads but if his development on FIFA is anything to go by, he stops short of greatness.
Boasting a decent 84 rating, the Pole is quick and agile but is let down by 78 finishing.
Ball control and dribbling aren’t amazingly high, either. Let’s hope FIFA is wrong.
The Swiss forward has been impressing for Schalke – and on this evidence there’s plenty more of that to come.
At 28 years old, Embelo boasts a brilliant 88 rating.
He has pace and acceleration in the 90s, not to mention a clinical 91 score for finishing. He’s decent at passing, too.
Definitely one to watch.
Another Leicester star who has impressed for his club and country.
Sadly, the Ghana international doesn’t quite live up to his potential – boasting an 84 rating by the time he’s 30.
Amartey is far from bad, though – he has bags of pace and a stamina rating of 99.
Watch out N’Golo Kante.
Believe it or not, Kane is just 23 years old. It’s hard to imagine, given how well he’s established himself for England and Tottenham.
The good news is that by 2025, 31-year-old Kane is still a deadly force.
He boasts a stunning 90 overall rating, 86 sprint speed and a clinical 93 finishing.
Spurs fans will be hoping FIFA’s right on this occasion.
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