By Mike Parrott
FIFA Ultimate Team have released their yearly Future Stars with a few Premier League players getting the special edition cards this year.
FIFA Ultimate Team have finally released their yearly Future Stars edition cards. The Future Stars consist of the young players of the top Leagues who have been deemed wonderkids for the past few years.
This year, the Future Stars has Premier League players such as Mason Greenwood of Manchester United, Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal, Mason Mount of Chelsea, Moise Kean of Everton, and Max Aarons of Norwich.
The idea of the Future Stars concept is the EA team's vision of what these player's cards might look like in the next few years when they've hit their prime.
The :star::star::star: of the Future are shining today.- EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) January 31, 2020
The first #FUTureStars team is available in packs now!
Details :point_right: https://t.co/ooka45xGIn #FUT20 pic.twitter.com/2L2MCtJU1a
Other players include Joao Felix, Rodrygo Goes, Sandro Tonali, and Lisandro Martinez.
The player upgrades range from an 85 all the way to a 91 with the majority of these players only being an 80 or below in their base card forms.
The next generation of football :star::star::star:.- EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) January 31, 2020
Details :point_right: https://t.co/ooka45xGIn #FUT20 pic.twitter.com/Yozn1urEtC
Notable absentees such as Troy Parrott and Callum Hudson-Odoi left fans on Twitter upset with EA, hoping two of the biggest talents in England would upgrade them exponentially
No Troy parrott? :sob: pic.twitter.com/UxMC0ULIse- Liam (@GioLoSauco) January 31, 2020
However, according to Ultimate Team website, FUTBIN, it might cost you a pretty penny to buy some of these players on the FUT marketplace with Joao Felix currently being valued at 2.54 Million Fifa Coins on PS4.
Hopefully the FIFA Pack Gods are with you.