The 10 best young full-backs in FIFA 20 Career Mode for any budget
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There are plenty of exciting right-back and left-back options in the game, all brimming with high potential.
It's always important to find a good full-backs or wing-backs as they cover a lot of ground. With pace being so effective in FIFA 20, a lot of battles will take place on the flanks.
For Career Mode, it can be difficult and time consuming to scout for the best candidate that fits your budget. Instead, look to this guide with some of the world's most promising full-backs with options at every price point. There are plenty of wonderkids capable of transforming your squad.
Best young full-backs - £1 million and under
The young right-back impressed in a cup game for Liverpool earlier in season with a goal and could prove to be an excellent signing. Starting at 62 overall, the Dutchman has tremendous growth with 85 potential, offering great value considering he costs just £563,000.
Another budget option is Hamburger's Josha Vagnoman, a versatile defender who can play on either flank or even at left-mid thanks to his four-star weak-foot. The 64-rated German is rapid with 82 acceleration and 86 sprint speed and has potential to grow to an 84 overall, making him well worth his market value of £926k.
Best young full-backs - £1-5m
Another Premier League defender, Rúben Vinagre is one of the many Portuguese players at Wolves. The 20-year-old is a tricky left wing-back with four-star skills and 82 agility which are complimented by his stellar pace. Starting at 70 overall, Vinagre is well worth his £3.3m price tag, especially with his potential to grow into an 84.
If you want a right-back who is extremely fast and will cover a lot of ground, Lech Poznań's Robert Gumny is the man for you. The 70-rated Poland international has 92 acceleration, 84 acceleration and high/high work rates. With his 84 potential, he is worth the £3.3m investment.
Best young full-backs - £5-10m
Chelsea's Reece James is a bright prospect with 86 potential on FIFA 20 so he is well worth the £6.3m investment. The Englishman is a 73-rated right-back who has good stats in every area but the highlights are his 79 sprint speed, 78 strength, 75 stand tackle and 72 crossing.
Another good option at right-back is Genk's Joakim Mæhle who has both the speedster and engine traits thanks to his 92 sprint speed, 89 acceleration, 95 stamina and high/high work rates. Starting at a high overall of 77 and growing to 84, the Dane is valued at £9.9m and justifies that price point.
Seeing as he just signed for Arsenal, you can't sign Kieran Tierney in your first season but the 76-rated left-back is worth the wait. Valued at £9.9m, the Scotsman has a lot of green stats but the highlights are his 89 sprint speed and 89 stamina. Plus, he will only get better with his 86 potential.
Best young full-backs - £10-20m
Moving into the more expensive players on this list, Renan Lodi offers a lot of back for your buck with a market value of £10.6m. The Brazilian left-back has pace to burn with 86 acceleration and 83 sprint speed, is great on the ball with 82 agility and four-star skills, and will only get better as he grows from 77 overall to 85.
If you want a wing-back that excels going forward, Youcef Atal is the man for you. The exciting 77-rated Algerian has four-star skills, a five-star weak-foot, 90 acceleration, 80 dribbling and 79 stamina making him well worth the £11.3m price tag. Once he reaches his 86 potential, you'll have one of the best defenders in the game.
It's worth waiting a year to sign recent Manchester United signing Aaron Wan-Bissaka as the 79-rated right-back is an incredible prospect with 88 potential. For the £15.8m you'll have to pay for the Englishman, you'll get 86 acceleration, 88 sprint speed, 86 slide tackling, 83 stand tackling, 84 agility and four-star skills. He's very much worth the price.