Trying to build a team like Borussia Dortmund and go for a package of youngsters with vast potential? Then you have many a good choice to look at.
In a bid to help you build a team of the next generation of superstars, here are some players in the Football Manager 2020 database with an almost certain chance of being a top-quality star for years to come.
If you can snap them up in the first 12-18 months, you could have a real star on your hands for your entire career.
The young Mexican playmaker has been a bit of a name in the international game for some time now and has been a standout for Real Betis at times in real-life. In FM2020, he has a very balanced attribute collection and would definitely make your job easier if you are looking for an interesting young player to bring in to your side. Definitely, an interesting player as he can play wide or central and is noted for high technical prowess and creativity.
The Canadian looks set to be another player coming out of Canada with immense potential. He’s a very interesting young talent, but what makes him so exciting is the fact he’s so direct. He’s only recently moved to Belgium so getting him in your first window might be too much of a challenge, but he’s easily one of the most interesting players in the Belgian league – that’s quite a compliment given the talent level over there.
Hamed Junior Traore
The youngster is presently at Empoli in Italy, and he’s a fantastic young talent to watch. Great physical prowess mixed with solid technical skills makes Traore a very interesting player to have. A solid all-rounder with more than enough smarts at a young age to play week-in, week-out, you would do well to find a more balanced young midfielder for your team than Traore. Definitely, one to add to your shortlist if you want someone reliable.
The former Barcelona youth is now at Borussia Dortmund and starts the game on loan in Spain at SD Huesca. He’s a tremendous young player; a playmaker with outstanding vision and technical smarts. Though he might lack the physical robustness for some of the more aggressive leagues, his technical smarts mean that he could run a midfield for most clubs. Definitely a player to keep an eye on if you are looking to bring in some Iberian talent to build around.
While everyone talks about Sandro Tonali, equally as exciting is Emanuel Vignato. The youngster starts out at Bologna and his ability to play on the right or through the middle as an attacking midfielder makes him a great, versatile option. Who knows? You could spend your money wisely and bring in both he and Tonali and have two of the most exciting young Italian players in the world to build your team and squad around.