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What Do Atletico Madrid Need in FIFA 17 Career Mode?
12-08-2016, 06:12 PM
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What Do Atletico Madrid Need in FIFA 17 Career Mode?
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With those sales, you will have almost £53 million, and a pre-season tournament win could take you into the £60 million bracket. With Atletico entering a transition period, with the likes of Saul Niguez, Stefan Savic, Angel Correa and Lucas Hernandez holding the potential to come into the first team, there is no need to go crazy in the transfer market. Add to that list the loaned out Miranda, Luciano Vietto, Oliver Torres, Matias Kranevitter and more, Atletico will be set for a number of seasons.

But it is no secret that Los Colchoneros are short in the winger department, with Diego Simeone playing Antoine Griezmann up front in a free role, and having one of his wide midfielders offering more defensive protection. A player or two who can cover both flanks is needed, and Lazio's Keita Balde Diao looks to be your best bet. The 79-rated Senegalese has a potential of 87 and will cost around £28 million. The 21-year-old has 92 sprint speed, 90 acceleration and 86 dribbling, and can also play as a striker. His wages of £36,000 will be kind to your wage budget.

Alternatives:

- Gerard Deulofeu – Everton, Age 22, OVR 81, POT 88, Cost: £30 million, Wage: £36,000

- Julian Brandt – Bayer Leverkusen, Age 20, OVR 80, POT 88, Cost: £32 million, Wage: £36,000

- Memphis Depay – Manchester United, Age 22, OVR 80, POT 87, Cost: £30 million, Wage: £43,000

- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – Arsenal, Age 22, OVR 79, POT 86, Cost: £25 million, Wage: £36,000

- Paul-Georges Ntep – Stade Rennais, Age 23, OVR 80, POT 85, Cost: 18 million, Wage: £11,000

Many of the contracts expiring this season at the Vicente Calderon are players that look to be surplus to requirements in a year's time. Fernando Torres and Tiago are now past their best, and with striking and midfield talent out on loan, there may be not be much point in offering the pair new contracts. Second choice keeper Miguel Angel Moya is the player you will most likely keep, but he may not be happy to be second choice and could easily turn down a new deal.

Alessio Cerci, Juan Moreno, Borja Gonzalez, Roberto Nunez and Bernabe are the five you want to be the selling, and the only one you could decide to keep would be Cerci as there is a shortage of wingers. All of their contracts are up at the end of the season, so you may as well receive some money for them.
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