Now that the Super Bowl is over for 2020, there is the other sport called football to concentrate on and “FIFA 20 Ultimate Team” has unveiled their future stars that are currently playable.
Some of those are, of course, no-brainers – Portuguese Joao Felix of Atletico Madrid, for example, is a potential superstar in the making. Future stars are being defined by game-maker EA as “… 23 or under and have shown high potential but have not yet become established global stars or been released in past Future Stars campaigns.” Future Stars ratings reflect what they could achieve in their career at full potential. The list also includes…
Brazil’s Rodrygo from Real Madrid [two goals in 12 appearances]
Italy’s Sandro Tonali from Brescia [six goals in 73 apps]
England’s Mason Greenwood from Manchester United [four goals in 22 apps]
Brazil’s Gabriel Martinelli from Arsenal [three goals in 13 apps]
Argentina’s Nicolas Dominguez from Bologna [no goals in 2 apps]
England’s Mason Mount from Chelsea [five goals in 35 apps]
Turkey’s Ozan Kabak from FC Schalke 04 [three goals in 15 apps]
France’s Moussa Dembele from Olympique Lyonnais [38 goals in 79 apps]
France’s Boubacar Kamara from Marseille [one goal in 41 apps – defender]
Argentina’s Lisandro Martinez from Ajax [two goals in 29 apps]
France’s Moussa Diaby from Bayer Leverkusen [zero goals in 5 apps]
England’s Max Aarons from Norwich City [three goals in 67 apps]
Brazil’s Emerson from Real Betis [three goals in 23 apps – defender]
Additionally, Upgradable Objectives Players will will have a dedicated objective that you can work through to earn the four versions of their Future Star item, simulating that playerâ€™s progression throughout their career. After unlocking the first version of the player, their subsequent items can be earned by completing various objectives with the latest unlocked version.