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Best Wonderkids in FM 22 at Each Major Position

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November 7, 2021

Wonderkids in Football Manager could be your savior in any club whether on the pitch or transfer window. Let’s find out more about the best Wonderkids in FM 22.

Becoming a manager in a club is not only about winning games and trophies in one season. It’s about having a plan and strategy for the future.

Any manager in Football Manager should invest in a number of Wonderkids and raise their skills over time to make them superstars on the pitch.

Below, we have listed the best Wonderkids in Football Manager 2022 that you should definitely keep an eye out for them. (Thanks, FourFourTwo!)

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Best Wonderkids in FM 22

Goalkeeper

  • Matheus Donelli (19) – Corinthians
  • Davide Mastrantonio (17) – Roma
  • Tom Mabon (17) – Nantes
  • Alejandro Iturbe (18) – Atletico de Madrid
  • Gavin Bazunu (19) – Portsmouth
  • Lucas Canizares (19) – Real Madrid
  • Andre Gomes (16) – Benfica
  • Diogo Pinto (17) – Sporting Lisbon
  • Charlie Setford (17) – Ajax

Center Back

  • Josko Gvardiol (19) – RB Leipzig
  • Tanguy Nianzou (19) – Bayern Munchen
  • Wisdom Amey (15) – Bologna
  • Bright Arrey-Mbi (18) – Bayern Munchen
  • Wesley Fofana (20) – Leicester City
  • Alvaro Carrillo (19) – Real Madrid
  • Benoit Badiashile (20) – AS Monaco
  • Goncalo Inacio (19) – Sporting Lisbon
  • Nnamdi Collins (17) – Borussia Dortmund
  • El Chadaille Bitshiabu (16) – PSG
  • Olivier Aertssen (17) – Ajax
  • Eric Garcia (20) – Barcelona
  • Luke Mbete (17) – Manchester City
  • Mateja Milvanovic (17) – Ajax

Right Back

  • Rodrigo Pinheiro (19) – Porto
  • Devyne Rensch (18) – Ajax
  • Valentino Livramento (18) – Southampton
  • Felipe Cruz (19) – Benfica
  • Sergino Dest (20) – Barcelona
  • Wilfried Singo (20) – Torino
  • Michal Karbownik (20) – Brighton
  • Joseda (19) – Valencia
  • Josha Vagnoman (20) – Hamburg

Left Back

  • Nuno Mendes (19) – PSG
  • Luke Thomas (20) – Leicester City
  • Milos Kerkez (17) – Milan
  • Miguel Gutierrez (19) – Real Madrid
  • Guilherme Montoia (17) – Benfica
  • Tomas Galvez (16) – Manchester City
  • Alejandro Balde (18) – Barcelona
  • Dennis Cirkin (19) – Tottenham
  • Aaron Hickey (19) – Bologna
  • Alphonso Davies (20) – Bayern Munchen
  • Riccardo Calafiori (18) – Roma
  • Eneko Clemente (16) – Athletic Bilbao
  • Alvaro Fernandez (18) – Manchester United

Defensive Midfielder

  • Abdoulaye Kamara (16) – Borussia Dortmund
  • Oliver Skipp (20) – Tottenham
  • Nicolo Rovella (19) – Juventus
  • Romeo Lavia (17) – Manchester City
  • Eyup Aydin (16) – Bayern Munchen
  • Leighton Clarkson (19) – Liverpool
  • Han-Noah Massengo (20) – Bristol City
  • Unai Vencedor (20) – Athletic Bilbao

Central Midfielder

  • Gavi (17) – Barcelona
  • Eduardo Camavinga (18) – Real Madrid
  • Sidney Raebiger (16) – RB Leipzig
  • Gabriel Misehouy (15) – Ajax
  • Xavi Simons (18) – PSG
  • Vasco Sousa (18) – Porto
  • Nico (19) – Barcelona
  • Charlie Patino (17) – Arsenal
  • Alfie Devine (16) – Tottenham
  • Unai Gomez (18) – Athletic Bilbao
  • Diogo Prioste (17) – Benfica
  • Torben Rhein (18) – Bayern Munchen

Attacking Midfielder

  • Pedri (18) – Barcelona
  • Hugo Felix (17) – Benfica
  • Giovanni Reyna (17) – Borussia Dortmund
  • Luka Romero (16) – Lazio
  • Yusuf Demir (18) – Barcelona
  • James Galagizi (17) – Liverpool
  • Julen Jon Guerrero (17) – Real Madrid
  • Bruno (18) – Real Madrid
  • Isak Hansen-Aaroen (16) – Manchester United
  • Florent Da Silva (18) – Olympique Lyonnais
  • Reinier (19) – Borussia Dortmund

Right Winger

  • Rodrygo (20) – Real Madrid
  • Bukayo Saka (19) – Arsenal
  • Matteo Cancellieri (19) – Roma
  • Mohamed Ihattaran (19) – Juventus
  • Brian Oddei (18) – Sassuolo
  • Fran Perez (19) – Valencia
  • Shola Shoretire (18) – Manchester United
  • Kaide Gordon (18) – Liverpool
  • Ilias Akhomach (17) – Barcelona
  • Fabio Blanco (17) – Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Cole Palmer (19) – Manchester City

Left Winger

  • Ansu Fati (18) – Barcelona
  • David Kalakoh (16) – Ajax
  • Francisco Conceicao (18) – Porto
  • Naci Unuvar (18) – Ajax
  • Gabriel Martinelli (20) – Arsenal
  • Chaka Traore (16) – Milan
  • Oscar Aranda (19) – Real Madrid
  • Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (16) – Borussia Dortmund
  • Melkamu Frauendorf (17) – Liverpool
  • Jeremy Antonisse (19) – PSV

Striker

  • Youssoufa Moukoko (16) – Borussia Dortmund
  • Mason Greenwood (19) – Manchester United
  • Jude Soonsup-Bell (17) – Chelsea
  • Benjamin Sesko (18) – RB Leipzig
  • Martin Satriano (20) – Inter
  • Gabriel Vidovic (17) – Bayern Munchen
  • Dane Scarlett (17) – Tottenham
  • Youssef Chermiti (17) – Sporting
  • Joao Resende (18) – Benfica
  • Ali Akman (19) – Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Stewart Layton (18) – Liverpool
  • Liam Delap (18) – Manchester City
  • Folarin Balogun (20) – Arsenal
  • Lucas Gomes (17) – Porto

Football Manager 2022 will be available on November 9 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC. It will launch directly on Xbox Game Pass.

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