11. Andriy Lunin
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Kicking things off, ironically, is our goalkeeper. And for this all-important position we've chosen 20-year old Ukranian goalkeeper, Andriy Lunin.
Lunin started his career at the incredibly hard to pronounce FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. The team was relegated in his debut season and he was allowed to leave, thus he joined FC Zorya Luhansk. While there, the 18-year old immediately established himself as the first-team keeper, and that is where Real Madrid caught wind of him.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a bigger career jump than moving from FC Zorya Luhansk to Real Madrid, but that's the jump Lunin made in 2018. Naturally, Lunin wasn't signed as the first-team goalkeeper, but as a future prospect - although he did move for an impressive €8 million, with another €5 million in add-on's, and he became the first Ukranian to sign for Madrid. In 2019 Lunin won the Golden Glove at the U-20 World Cup tournament, and Real Madrid have since loaned him to Real Valladolid.
Lunin's FIFA 19 rating was 76, which we suspect will remain the same for FIFA 20. His value is around £10 million, which is a huge bargain for a quality player whose potential is 88!