To scout more about future players in fifa15

By sky shine
11/24/2014
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Do you know how to build club with less budget?Here are ten scout reports for you now, it’s focusing on stars with a potential of 85. then you’ll find out how much of your budget you’ll have to spend to sign them up and what kind of players they are, so you can quickly decide if they’re right for your club.

RICARDO KISHNA
LW * Ajax * 19
STARTING OVR: 73
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £5m
ACTUAL COST: £6.1m
Now I’m sure the first thing you’ve noticed about Krishna is that I actually paid MORE than Ajax asked for. That’s not a typo – whenever I’ve come close to signing him I’ve always been outbid by other clubs and had to pay more to seal the deals. If you can get in with an offer without anyone else noticing then you may be able to pick him up for around £3 million, but I’ve tried that a few times now and haven’t managed it yet. The first time I spotted Krishna in action was when he popped up to rip through my defence and bag two goals against me online, and since then I’ve bought him for pretty much every Career Mode team I’ve managed. He’s very quick, brilliant on the ball and can do four-star skills, but his finishing attribute is comparatively low – despite the two great goals I mentioned a moment ago – so I tend to use him more as a creator than goalscorer.

ALEKSANDAR MITROVIC
ST * Anderlecht * 19
STARTING OVR: 74
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £15.5m
ACTUAL COST: £10m
Mitrovic is a forward who definitely IS a finisher. He’s not a particularly quick or skilful striker, so don’t sign him if you’re looking for someone to consistently burst away from a back four or go on mazy dribbles, but he’s big, powerful, good in the air and knows how to hit the back of the net. Anderlecht have never been too keen to sell when I’ve tried to sign him, but should eventually accept bids around the £10 million mark.

MATTHIAS GINTER
CB * Borussia Dortmund * 20
STARTING OVR: 77
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £10m
ACTUAL COST: £8.2m
Centre-back Matthias Ginter joined Dortmund in July so isn’t available until later in the game – I managed to pick him up towards the end of the January window the first time I bought him. He’s not a fast centre-back but does have very good physical and ball-winning attributes as well as excellent potential to improve. If you partner him up with Aymeric Laporte – who we looked at last week – then you’ve got a very solid centre-back partnership for many seasons.

WILL HUGHES
CM * Derby * 19
STARTING OVR: 70
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £6.5m
ACTUAL COST: £6m
My top tip for Will Hughes is to sign him very quickly. I first bought him at the start of one of my saves for £6 million, but when I made a similar offer in season two of another save Derby weren’t interested in anything less than £10 million. He’s left-footed, feels comfortable on the ball and has good passing ability but isn’t really a ball winner, so Hughes is definitely a more attack-minded CM than a defensive one.

MATTIA PERIN
GK * Genoa * 21
STARTING OVR: 76
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £20.5m
ACTUAL COST: £14.3m
You’ll need a big budget to persuade Genoa to sell Perin – I’ve signed him a number of times but never for less than £14.3m. Although he’s
expensive he does start with a relatively high Overall rating, so could fit into almost any team you start with, and he’s a very solid all-round goalkeeper with excellent reflexes. If you’ve got the spare cash, go for it.

ALVARO MORATA
ST * Juventus * 21
STARTING OVR: 77
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £17.5m
ACTUAL COST: £12m
Highly-rated striker Alvaro Morata joined Juventus from Real Madrid over the summer, so Juve will make you wait until at least January before they’ ll consider selling him. He’s more of a target man or a finisher than a forward that will burst past defences with pace, although he isn’t slow – his acceleration and sprint speed attributes are in the high 70s. He’s not a bad dribbler but doesn’t have the agility or balance to match, so I don’t use him to run at players very often, preferring instead to get the ball to him in the penalty area where that high finishing attribute can really make a difference. Keep in mind though that he only has a three-star weak foot, so try to get the ball on his more dominant right before you shoot if you can.

KEITA BALDE DIAO
LW * Lazio * 19
STARTING OVR: 76
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £15.5m
ACTUAL COST: £8.5m
While I rarely dribble with Morata, I can’t stop running with the ball when I’m using Lazio winger Keita. He’s got fantastic acceleration and sprint speed that – combined with good agility, balance and a dribbling ability in the low 80s – makes him perfect for taking defenders on. That’s definitely his main strength and, being right footed, I play him on the left and head infield to make things happen through the centre rather than hugging the touchline and looking to cross. He also has four-star skills, again helpful when dribbling, as well as the flair and finesse shot traits.

DIVOCK ORIGI
LW * Lille * 19
STARTING OVR: 75
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £13m
ACTUAL COST: £11.5m
Following an impressive World Cup, Belgium wonderkid Divock Origi joined Liverpool at the end of July and was immediately loaned back to former club Lille, which is where you’ll find him when you start a new Career save. That means you won’t be able to buy him for a whole season, and even then you may have a job convincing The Reds to sell. They barely budged from their original asking price, but £11.5m is still a good deal for a young player with such high potential. The forward, who can also play as a winger, is very quick but I feel his speed is better used to run into space rather than to dribble past players. I try to play him in behind the full-backs and drive for the box, before looking for a team-mate – he’s a good passer – or going for goal.

JAMES WARD-PROWSE
CM * Southampton * 19
STARTING OVR: 74
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £17m
ACTUAL COST: £10m
Southampton star James Ward-Prowse is an energetic creative midfielder who instantly feels good on the ball from the start of a new game. He has excellent vision, short pass and long pass ratings so picks up a lot of assists in my team, but he’s more than just a passer. He’s good with the ball at his feet, quick enough to burst away from markers and he can whip great crosses into the box thanks to a very high crossing attribute and the early crosser trait. He’s also a capable free-kick taker too, and that can be very useful in FIFA 15. You can sign him straight away, which I recommend before his price soars.

PACO ALCACER
ST * Valencia * 21
STARTING OVR: 80
POTENTIAL OVR: 85
ASKING PRICE: £10m
ACTUAL COST: £8.8m
Talking of soaring prices, Valencia asked for £10 million from me when I first approached them about Alcacer, but bumped that up to £14 million after my first offer to open negotiations. They eventually came back down to £8.8m, which is a fantastic price for striker who will feel great for pretty much any team in the game from the very first window. He’s got brilliant acceleration and feels very responsive with and without the ball, he’s strong, has plenty of stamina and he’s not bad in the air, but his standout stat for me is definitely his finishing ability. I always feel like Alcacer is going to score whenever I go through on goal with him, and most of the time that’s exactly what happens. If you’re looking for a goal machine to put into your team from the start and stay there for plenty of seasons, he’d be a top signing.

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