Though he was underused and eventually cast out from José Mourinhos Chelsea, in the flashes we saw of him at Chelsea and now at Wolfsburg, De Bruyne has shown himself to be a talented young prospect. Though Mourinho criticised the 23-year-olds training method before shipping him off to Wolfsburg for £17 million, De Bruyne still made the cut for that dangerous looking Belgium squad headed for Brazil. Indeed, many punters are naming Belgium as a dark horse to progress to the latter stages of the contest and even to win. De Bruynes stats on FIFA Ultimate Team justify the £17-million Wolfsburg were willing to pay for a player who was barely seeing any game time at Chelsea. 4-star skills moves combined with a 5-star weak foot and 83-long shots all mean that the young talent is able to easily create space for himself before unloading a big shot off either boot. His 81 short passing and 80 vision mean that he is a handy player to occupy the middle of the park and efficiently supply the ball to the appropriate players in either a Bundesliga or Belgium build team. At this price the Belgian is truly a steal.
Hailing from South East London, Sam Heard is an aspiring writer and recent graduate from the University of Warwick. Sam's favourite things include energy drinks, late nights spent watching the UFC with his girlfriend and annihilating his friends at FIFA.