The Future Stars promotion is likely to arrive soon in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team, showcasing the greatest young talents that may emerge over the coming years in world football.
To be eligible for a Future Stars card, the players in question must have not already established themselves as world stars such as the likes of Haaland and Mbappe and must be aged 23 or under.
With massive boosts to reflect potential future ratings these youngsters may achieve if they reach their astronomical potential, Future Stars is one of the most popular promotions of the last couple of years.
Future Stars Prediction
Here are our predictions for some of the hottest prospects in world football that could make it into the Future Stars event this year in FUT 21.
Ansu Fati - 93 LW
The highest-rated player in our Future Stars Team 1 Prediction is none other than arguably one of the most talented teenagers in world football currently, Ansu Fati of Barcelona.
Having broken into the Barcelona first team, earning the La Liga POTM for September this season, Ansu Fati is already starting to realise his potential, and if he keeps developing, could become one of the best players in the world in the next 10 years!
Ruben Dias - 92 CB
Ruben Dias is one of the older players on our list, but is still 23 years of age, meeting the requirements to be considered a ‘future star,’ and with a recent big transfer to Man City, with many tipping him as one of the best in the Premier League already, the Portuguese is worthy of the title.
He’s very quickly adapted to life in the Premier League and has been a key part of Manchester City’s defence, who have conceded an average of less than a goal a game in the Premier League so far this season, a feat only matched by Spurs.
Francisco Trincao - 91 RW
While Trincao may still be in the early stages of his Barcelona career following a near £30m move from Braga last year, there’s no doubting the potential of the 21-year-old.
He may not have broken into a starting spot, but clearly, Ronald Koeman sees a place for him in the squad, having made 15 substitute appearances this season. Could a combination of Fati on the left and Trincao on the right be in the future for Barca?
Eduardo Camavinga - 91 CM
Moving to France, we have one of the hottest central midfield prospects in world football currently, the 18-year-old Rennes starlet Eduardo Camavinga.
Camavinga is constantly linked with big moves to some of the biggest clubs in Europe, with Real Madrid, Bayern, Juventus and PSG all in the race to sign him. We’re expecting big things from the Frenchman, and a 91 future stars item could show just how good he could be!
Pedri - 90 LM
Yes, another Barcelona player I know, but we couldn’t ignore Pedri, another 18-year-old that has found recent form and game time in the Barcelona first team, with a dozen starts in La Liga this season.
The youngster has been deployed in a number of areas, be it in a central attacking midfield role, deeper central midfield roles, on the left-wing, or even as a wide midfielder on both sides.
Pedri really does appear to be a true jack-of-all-trades player, with bags of potential, and would be a great addition to the FUT 21 Future Stars promo.
Edmond Tapsoba - 89 CB
The Burkino Faso Bayer Leverkusen central defender may have gone slightly under the radar when the term future stars are thrown around, but we can’t ignore his success and importance to the German side.
With his former coach saying that “Tapsoba has the potential to become one of the world's best players,” alongside a current FIFA potential of 88, he could easily be in for an awesome looking Future Stars card this year.
Bukayo Saka - 89 LM
Back over to the Premier League, we go, and how could we ignore the Arsenal man, Bukayo Saka, who’s been one of Arsenal’s real glimmers of hope in an otherwise turbulent season so far.
Deployable anywhere on the left side of the pitch, the 19-year-old has made his way into the Arsenal first 11 and become a real threat on the left, with 2020 being a truly breakout year.
Antony - 88 RW
The Eredivisie is stacked with top tier talent in FUT this year, and a Future Stars Antony would add to the pool of awesome players no doubt!
The Brazilian currently has 15 goal contributions in as many appearances in the Dutch League this season and is widely considered one of the most entertaining players in the league to watch.
If he carries on this form and reaches his apparent 88 potential according to SoFIFA, we could be looking at one of the stars of tomorrow!
Dejan Kulusevski - 88 RW
Valued at a modest £40m in today’s market, Dejan Kulusevski is one of the hottest European prospects at the moment.
Being a slightly taller, physical presence on the RW, he’d be an interesting card to add into the mix in FUT, with pace, power and great technical ability, with obvious links to a certain Portuguese striker that wears number 7.
The Swedish winger currently has 88 potential in FIFA 21, so we’d expect this to translate across to his Future Stars item.
Jude Bellingham - 88 CM
It wouldn’t be a Future Stars promo without mentioning Jude Bellingham, the most expensive 17-year old in football history, who joined Dortmund last year for £20.7m.
There’s still a lot for Jude to prove in one of Europe’s biggest teams, but if he carries on his steady path of progression, there’s no reason why he couldn’t be one of England’s top midfielders in the next decade.
Dominik Szoboszlai - 88 CM
Onto another central midfield future sensation, we have the Hungarian Dominik Szoboszlai, who will be tearing up the Bundesliga at RB Leipzig, following his transfer from RB Salzburg on January 1st.
Part of the same team that brought us Erling Haaland, we’re equally excited to see what Szoboszlai can do in Germany with Leipzig, and if he can reach his SoFIFA predicted a potential of 88, he’d be a top-level player for any side.
Curtis Jones - 86 CM
Finishing off our Future Stars prediction, we had to include one of Liverpool’s breakthrough talents, and we’ve gone with midfielder Curtis Jones, who has a potential of 86 according to SoFIFA.
With Gini Wijnaldum set to leave the club it seems, there’s certainly a gap in the midfield that could be ready for the Liverpool born 19-year-old to step into, and given his inclusion in the first 11 over the course of the season, he could be ready to make the jump.