Career mode is one of the most popular game modes in FIFA 15. It’s enjoyable to buy a player and then sell them for a huge profit after one or two seasons later. But
It’s not easy to find some valuable players, to be honest. So we have found seven worth players you can try to help you.
Marchisio is one of the more expensive bargains on this list but he’s still a brilliant options for clubs that can afford his wages. He is no longer first choice in Turin and he is the perfect example of a player who is good at everything. Marchisio has stats of 74 or higher in every single area except for free-kick accuracy, heading accuracy and marking, pretty good going. He may not be wanted by Juventus but Marchisio can be a star for any team he’s a part of.
This 21 year old – at the start of the game – left-back is an absolute steal and he has the potential to see his overall potential get above 80. He has excellent stamina, surprisingly good shot-power and he’s good in the tackle as well. Because he isn’t really known in the real world he isn’t going to cost you a lot and you aren’t going to face too much competition which will be a big help in securing his signature. We’re just hoping that he stays where he is for the rest of the January window so we can keep on signing him.
The Everton youngster has put in some impressive performances for the club since making his debut but thankfully for you that hasn’t inflated his price. If you can bring him you will have a player who is more than capable of doing a good job in League 1 or League 2 and he has the potential to grow even further. He can get into the mid 70s if he’s played enough and his sprint speed is already at 80. A very useful defender for lower league sides.
Now we know that a lot of players like to play further down the divisions rather than in the top league of any given country. With that in mind we have included a few players who will prove to be absolute bargains for lower league sides. You’re going to have to move fast to sign Cowan-Hall before the winter update comes out and he is assigned to his new club Millwall. On the game he’s still at Wycombe Wanderers and will stay there if you select to use the default squads when you start the game. Few players in the lower leagues can live with Cowan-Hall for pace, the boy has got 91 acceleration, 90 sprint speed and 90 balance.
Joel Campbell has been with Arsenal for a number of years but it was only this summer that his work permit was granted and he was able to actually play for the club. After watching him in the Champions League against Manchester United and then the World Cup Arsenal fans were very excited to see how the Costa Rican would get on for their side. Sadly things haven’t worked out for him and he’s now very much on the fringes. The good news is that this means he can be signed for a very small fee given that he is already rated in the mid 70s with potential to grow well into the 80s. With acceleration and spring speed pushing 90 he is a real menace in the wide positions.
With 93 acceleration, 95 agility, 93 balance, dribbling 84, ball control 86 and 85 sprint speed Insigne is one of the best players to play with in this year’s game. Best of all it is possible to pick him up for a very reasonable price given a) how good he is now, and b) how good he can become. With the correct guidance Insigne can rise into the mid 80s, and possibly higher which is a rather terrifying thought. It shouldn’t be too hard to get him on the pitch either given that he can play on the left, up front or behind the striker.
We really liked Adrien Rabiot but he has now signed a new deal with PSG which means that he is no longer the bargain that he once was unless you start using the default squad system. A slightly more expensive, but still cheap, option is Alessandro Florenzi of Roma. He is far from first choice in the Italian capital and thus he can be picked up for a minimal amount. He has the ability to grow into the 80′s and he has good physicals and decent technical stats. A great option for smaller top division sides.