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15 German Youngsters You Must Use in FMM 2016


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15 German Youngsters You Must Use in FMM 2016

As FMM was finally released,many people had already gotten themselves into their first save of the year,for those who are currently managing in the Bundesliga,here's a list of 15 must use German wonderkids based on club order.


*Note: I only loaded the Germany so the player values might differ if loaded with other leagues.


Borussia Moenchengladbach

Mahmoud Dahoud


The Syrian-German was a main factor in Gladbach’s amazing rise of form,he's an influential playmaker who usually is fuelling the engine behind The Foals’ solid midfield and has laid down a bright path for his future.

He loves to dictate play in the middle of the park,is comfortable with the ball at his feet and is a hard working player who doesn't stops improving himself on and off the pitch.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 50%

Bayern  Munich

Joshua Kimmich


The young midfielder was a sensation this season as he shown phenomenous displays,frequently coming off the bench to impress everyone including manager,Josep Guardiola.

His pinpoint passes and through balls usually find his teammates precisely without him breaking a sweat.He is also very aggressive and often harass the opponents on and off the ball in order to start an attacking move.

Age: 20

Must Sign Percentage: 75%


Werder Bremen

Levin Oztunali


Although he's on loan from Leverkusen,he still is part of Werder’s team,for a season at least He's a very top class player in game and his real life standard isn't that far either.

Usually acting as a link between attack and defence,the 19 year old is extremely good at dribbling,passing and aggressive.His pace helps him to accelerate past opposition players to trigger counter attacks.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 60%

Borussia Dortmund

Julian Weigl


Snapped up from Koln early this summer,Weigl has established himself as a regular starter and is a fan favourite of the spectators at the Signal Iduna Park.

He has made himself a presence in midfield in recent games,forming a impenetrable partnership with fellow countryman Ilkay Gundogan.He’s a more technical player who is best at intercepting passes and providing it forward.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 70%

Eintracht Frankfurt

Marc Stendera


Having been a key player in the German U21 squad,the young playmaker is already a key asset of Frankfurt and is the difference between a win and lost.

He's a player who loves to run at the defence and create havoc inside the box,often plays beautiful passes and sometimes would take a shot at goal or two.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 60%

Schalke 04

Leroy Sane


A recent star in the making is what you could say for this player,son of former Senegalese international,Souleymane Sane,Sane has made his mark in the Bundesliga this term and had also earned his first cap earlier this week.

He's extremely pacy,his signature move is to dribble past defenders,cut inside the box and goes around the goalie to finish it.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 80%

Maximilian Meyer


Another standout star at Gelsenkirchen,Meyer is also in hot form this season,helping Schalke a lot of times. He's became an essential player of manager’s Andre Breitenreither’s team.

Meyer often creates clear chances for his teammates and is very skillful with good ball technique.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 70%


Hertha Berlin

Mitchell Weiser


Having been a youth product of the mighty Bayern Munich,Weiser was snapped up earlier this summer on a free.He was splendid at both creating chances and make the most of his opportunities so far and is now a key player at the German capital.

Fast,agile and strong,Weiser likes to receive the ball at his feet and pick up teammates,normally his pinpoint crosses would find the strikers sitting inside the box for a headed goal.

Age: 21

Must Sign Percentage: 55%



Kevin Volland


Already a member of the German national squad and a Bundesliga record holder for fastest goal scored(9.00 seconds),Volland is a very exciting prospect imo and is a player for the future.

Just look at his attributes,all are blues and greens,it looks mouthwatering alright,but let's just take a look at his rather important Stats,which is Shooting,Aggression,Dribbling and Creativity.Pretty decent…

Age: 22

Must Sign Percentage: 70%

FC Koln

Timo Horn


He is a famous player,both on Vibe and in real life, arguably one of the best goalkeepers in German currently.Known for his spectacular saves and fine stops,Horn is a must sign for a lot of top clubs.


Despite of his young age,Horn is already a pretty experienced keeper,having played for Koln in almost their every single game.He has good reflexes,a steady mindset and most importantly,the strength needed for him to face the big strikers in the league.

Age: 22

Must Sign Percentage: 75%

Bayer Leverkusen

Jonathan Tah


Another household name in game,Tah is a exceptional youngster who's set himself a bright path to personal glory.He's a regular starter at Leverkusen paired with Kyriakos Papadopoulos,playing almost every game so far after he was captured from Hamburg.


Strong and quick,Tah is a very talented player who often attempts to get the ball and play it high towards the pitch to start attacks.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 75%

Julian Brandt


Another young superstar is his fellow compatriot,Julian Brandt.Brandt is a very attacking player who does very well if given the chance to play.


Brandt is comfortable on both sides,meaning he can swap flanks,which is very dangerous to the opposition.He is a good dribbler,agile and very diligent.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 65%

FSV Mainz 05

Loris Karius


Tipped as the future Neuer,Karius has been amazing in between the sticks this season,he's saved 4 out of 5 penalties conceded this season,an unbelievable feat.


Karius is best in 1-on-1 situations,with his decisive movements and strong figure,he can fend off strikers effectively.

Age: 22

Must Sign Percentage: 55%


Timo Werner


When you hear this name,it'll be no surprises that his name is of a golden boot winner in the future.Why?Because Werner is a very good striker.


He has bags of pace,which he uses to his advantage by breaking past the back line with his speed and movement,you wouldn't need to guess about the outcome once he has only the keeper to beat.

Age: 19

Must Sign Percentage: 90%

VFL Wolfsburg

Julian Draxler


A World Cup winner,Draxler is already proving to be one of the best attacking midfielders in the world and he's still only 21! Brought in to replace now Manchester City star,Kevin de Bruyne,he has been amazing playing in a No.10 role.

A creative playmaker,he always tries to pick out his target man with a vision players will rarely possess,and is an influential player who controls play in midfield. 

Age: 21

Must Sign Percentage: 70%


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2 hours ago, Dec said:

Great list. With so many midfielders I thought Tin Jedvaj would be on the list for Lever used. One of the only really good, young defenders.

Isn't he Croatian?

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