There are so many young and upcoming talents in the world of football today, and these youngsters have been tipped for greatness in the future, and hopefully they will reach their full potential.
In this article we will be looking at the highest-rated under-21 starting XI in the recently released FIFA 22 game.
French professional footballer and Leeds United goalkeeper Illan Stéphane Meslier is the highest rated under-21 goalkeeper in FIFA 22.
The highest rated under-21defenders include the following: Alphonso Davies[ Bayern Munich], Maxence Lacroix [ VfL Wolfsburg], Reece James [ Chelsea]
Jadon Sancho [ Manchester United], Pedri[ Bayern Munich], Phil Foden[ Manchester City], and Bukayo Saka [Arsenal] are the highest rated under-21 midfielders in the FIFA 22.
The highest rated under-21 attacking players in the FIFA 22 include the following:
Joáo Félix[ Atletico Madrid]
Erling Haaland [ Borussia Dortmund]
Ferran Torres [Manchester City]
Looking at the squad above Is there any player you think should have made the starting XI?
Please drop your answers in the comments section below.
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