We list the best cheap players with good statistics in FIFA 21.
We show you a selection of the best players to start in the Ultimate Team of FIFA 21 that are not very expensive. Start on the right foot to win every game.
Every year starting a new path in the Ultimate Team, in this case in FIFA 21, is an arduous task that requires all our efforts. Signing up the best players for our club is one of the main objectives if we want to progress properly, but this can get complicated, especially for the newcomers.
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Don’t worry, as part of our complete guide below. We have prepared the following article in which we compile the best cheap players with good ratings to start in FUT. This way, you will have players with decent socks and a balanced team to start winning games.
FIFA 21: The best cheap players with good statistics
The recommendation we give you to get off to a good start in FUT is that first you should get hold of some cheap players, and later you will be able to sign up for the superstars of the moment. A single-player does not win games, but a team with good chemistry and average scores can do a lot on the field. That’s why below we’ve collected the best cheap players you’ll find in the trade market, all above 80 points. Signing them up is a great idea to save money, and win matches little by little.
Note: The prices listed are approximations, they could fluctuate in the future (although we hope not too much).
Players for less than 1,000 coins
There are many players available under 1,000 coins. Contrary to what it may seem, you will find here quite a few decent players who don’t have to perform badly on the field. Some of them will save you more than one game, and you may even find some young promise with some potential.
- Marko Dmitrović (81): 550 coins – S. D. Eibar.
- Esteban Andrada (81): 700 coins – Club Atlético Boca Juniors.
- Łukasz Fabiański (81): 700 coins – West Ham United F. C.
- Gianluigi Buffon (82): 850 coins – Juventus F. C.
- Bouna Sarr (77): 900 coins – RB, Bayern Munich
- Nico Elvedi (78): 900 coins – CB, M’gladbach
- Dan-Axel Zagadou (79): 1,000 coins – CB, Dortmund
- Franco Vazquez (77): 700 coins – CM, Sevilla C. F.
- Geoffrey Kondogbia (79): 800 coins – CM, Valencia C. F.
- Viktor Tsygankov (80): 800 coins – RM, Dynamo Kyiv
- Naby Keïta (81): 900 coins – CM, Liverpool F. C.
- Max Kruse (81): 1,000 coins – CAM, Union Berlin
- Moussa Marega (79): 700 coins – ST, F. C. Porto
- Kevin Volland (81): 700 coins – ST, A. S. Monaco
- Eran Zahavi (81): 700 coins – ST, PSV Eindhoven
- Luka Jović (80): 700 coins – ST, Real Madrid.
- Moussa Dembélé (81): 800 coins – ST, Olympique de Lyon.
Players between 1,000 and 2,000 coins
Between 1,000 and 2,000 coins in the price we already found some players a little more interesting. You can’t afford a team made up entirely of these, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to sign a few to stand out in certain areas of the game.
- Steve Mandanda (83): 1,100 coins – Olympique de Marseille
- Pau Lopez (83): 1,300 coins – AS Roma
- Aitor Fernández Abarisketa (83): 1,700 coins – Levante UD.
- David Neres (80): 1,200 coins – LW, Ajax.
- Matt Doherty (81): 1,300 coins – RWB, Tottenham Hotspur.
- Dušan Tadić (83): 1,300 coins – CF, Ajax.
- Jean-Philippe Gbamin (78): 1,100 coins – CDM, Everton
- Gelson Martins (80): 1,400 coins – RM, Monaco
- Éver Banega (83): 1,600 coins – CM, Al-Shabab
- Filip Kostić (83): 2,000 coins – LM, Eintracht Frankfurt.
- Marcus Thuram (80): 1,500 coins – LW, M’gladbach
- Gonzalo Higuain (83): 1,700 coins – ST, Inter Miami.
- Zlatan Ibrahimović (83): 1,700 coins – ST, Associazione Calcio Milan.