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You Will Be Able To Play With Real Life Managers On FIFA 23 Career Mode, Say Leaks

Jack Kenmare

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You Will Be Able To Play With Real Life Managers On FIFA 23 Career Mode, Say Leaks

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You will be able to play with 'authentic managers' from the world of football on FIFA 23 Career Mode, according to leaks.

For years, fans have yearned to play with real-life managers like Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti on the popular game mode but ultimately, they've had to put up with... themselves.

FIFA 22 welcomed its highly-anticipated 'create-a-club' feature that allows users to build a team from the ground up – all while being able to create your own kit, badge and stadium.

It certainly added another layer to the game but now, it appears fans will be getting a more immersive experience on FIFA 23 with the addition of actual, real-life managers.

Reliable FIFA leaker FUT Camp revealed the news on Saturday.

"FIFA 23 career mode with authentic managers," he wrote on Twitter. "You can play your manager career with names like Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola - at every club you want."

So what else can we expect from FIFA 23 Career Mode? Well, nothing has been confirmed as of yet, but leaks suggest the mode will feature a “Stadium Builder and Editor” section.

FIFA leaker FUTZone says users will be able to edit billboards, stadium capacity, dynamic of the stadium, colours and more.

In other FIFA-related news, Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe will be the highest-rated player on FIFA 23, according to a leak on social media.

Twitter user @FUTZONEFIFA claims the French forward will be the best player on this year's game, with the World Cup winner receiving an increase of one on his overall rating.

That's right. Mbappe will reportedly become a 92-rated striker on the new edition and according to the information, the former AS Monaco man has taken part in the official photo shoots ahead of the game's launch on 30 September.

FIFA 23 leak has also revealed there are some major changes coming to Ultimate Team. You can read more HERE.

Here are some more leaks to get your teeth into, courtesy of Twitter user FUT Camp.

Are you looking forward to the upcoming FIFA release on September 30?

Let us know in the comments.

Topics: FIFA 23, FIFA, EA Sports, Gaming

Jack Kenmare
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