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Fans have been voting for who they want the FIFA 21 cover star to be and already, after over 200,000 votes were cast, there are some surprising results.
Fan site FIFPlay hold an annual poll to gain idea of who the audience want to be gracing the front of EA Sports' franchise game.
And as it stands, Spurs' South Korean forward Heung-Min Son is who the fans want to see front and centre on next year's game.
The former Hamburg man has garnered over 78,000 votes and is currently edging out Espanyol's Wu Lei, who is second with over 77,000 votes.
Mohamed Salah is third with over 14% of the voting in his favour, accruing more votes than former cover stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi combined.
Renowned superstars such as Kylian Mbappe, Robert Lewandowski, Neymar, Virgil van Dijk and Paul Pogba all make the top ten - though all have less than 1,000 votes at this early stage.
Eden Hazard was the main cover star on the game after sealing a dream move to Real Madrid, with Liverpool defender Van Dijk having the honour of featuring on the 'Champions Edition' of the game.
Even though it's early days because there's still a long way to go before FIFA 21 is released - and we must stress it's entirely up to EA as to who they want to be the face of their game - it is especially interesting to see such a demand for Son.
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