The midfield battle is where many football matches are won and lost. Good attacking midfielders are capable of unlocking opponents, while defensive midfielders can stop attacks before they even begin.

The best midfield talent will be expensive, as seen by Chelsea spending £70 million ($91m)on Kai Havertz in real life, making him the most expensive signing of summer 2020.

Jadon Sancho remains the best young midfielder in the game, capable of playing on either flank as well as through the middle. He will cost at least £62m, meaning many teams will not be able to afford or attract him.

Players like Sancho’s team-mate Jude Bellingham or Bayer Leverkusen’s Florian Wirtz are cheaper wonderkid options, but will need plenty of minutes and the right kind of training to reach their potential.

Here are all the best young midfielders in FIFA 21Career Mode, ordered by their potential rating in the game.

PO. = Position(s)

CR = Current Rating

PR= Potential Rating

VA. = Value

*Clubs listed are the clubs the players are assigned to in FIFA 21Career Mode, while ages shown are the age at the start of Career Mode

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