The FUTTIES Favourites Objectives continue to drop into FIFA 21, as another favourite from the FIFA year arrives into the game.
It's a trip to the Serie A this week, with holding midfielder Sandro Tonali up for grabs.
The Italian youngster was a huge hit during the Future Stars promotion earlier in the FIFA year, and now he'll be back at the top of many wishlists.
Here is everything you need to know.
This FUTTIES Favourite Tonali went live in FIFA 21 at 6pm BST on Wednesday, August 11th.
You will have one week to complete the objectives set by EA, with Tonali expiring on August 18th.
EA have tasked FUT fanatics with completing four Objectives in order to unlock the 96-rated version of Tonali.
All four are as follows:
- Venemous Volley: Score 4 Volleys in Squad Battles on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals)
- Objective Reward: One Gold Pack
- Milan Maestro: Assist using CDMs in 3 separate Squad Battles matches on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals) with min. 6 Serie A players in your starting squad
- Objective Reward: One 75+ Rated Rare Player
- Scoring Success: Score using Serie A players in 7 separate Squad Battles Wins on min. World Class difficulty (or Rivals)
- Objective Reward: One Premium Gold Pack
- Italian Intellect: Assist with Through Balls using Italian players in 9 separate Squad Battles matches on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals)
- Objective Reward: One Electrum Players Pack
It's another league specific set of requirements, which will be music to the ears of those who opted for a Serie A side.
This won't be a taxing set of challenges for those who do have the Italian top flight players that are required, in fact, they may be the easiest yet.
The Milan Maestro objective is arguably the hardest to complete, although there are plenty of CDMs with high-rated shooting at this late stage in the game. You could even position change a ST back to a CDM if need be.
We'd recommend taking the Squad Battles route rather than the Division Rivals route as you will come up against much easier opposition in the offline mode.
Worth the Grind?
His relatively straightforward to complete, but is Tonali worth the grind?
The short answer is yes.
Tonali has quality all over the pitch, with 90+ ratings in five of the six base stats. He also possesses 4* skills and a 4* weak foot.
You could feasibly play this card in any of the three central midfield positions, whilst he wouldn't be bad up top or at centre half if you so desire.
Even if you don't want him for your squad, a 96-rated card will make great SBC fodder as EA continue to lower their requirements ahead of the launch of FIFA 22.