FIFA 22 Future Stars: Ianis Hagi SBC Cheapest Solutions & Review

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A brand new Future Star has arrived in FIFA 22, but not in the traditional way that you may think.

Rather than arriving as a standalone SBC, Rangers' attacking midfielder Ianis Hagi has arrived in the Squad Building Challenge servers as part of his father, Gheorghe Hagi's, ICON SBC.

Here is everything that you need to know if you are looking to get your hands on this Future Stars version of the Rangers' favourite.

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Future Stars Hagi Stats

Hagi has been upgraded from a 74 OVR to an 86 OVR for his appearance in the Future Stars promotion.

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88-rated pace leads the way on a card that also features 87-rated dribbling, 86-rated shooting and 84-rated passing.

Hagi has also been handed 4* skills and a 5* weak foot.

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Future Stars Hagi Requirements

As we have already alluded too, this isn't a standalone SBC of its own, but rather one that is part of the Gheorghe Hagi SBC.

You will have to enter that SBC on the market and head to the 'Like Father, Like Son' squad.

The requirements for that squad are as follows:

  • TOTW or FUT Champs Players: Min 1
  • Squad Rating: Min 83
  • Team Chemistry: Min 70
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The reward for submitting this squad is the Future Stars Ianis Hagi card.

Future Stars Hagi Expiry Date

This Future Stars Hagi will be available for 28 days, expiring on Monday, March 7th at 6pm GMT.

Future Stars Hagi Cheapest Solutions

This Future Stars Hagi card will set you back roughly 25,000 coins if completed from scratch.

The cheapest solution to the required squad is as follows:

  • GK - 82 SIRIGU
  • LB - 83 GAYA
  • CB - 83 KJAER
  • CB - 83 ACERBI
  • RB - 84 RYAN (TOTW)
  • CM - 83 LEMAR
  • LM - 83 OCAMPOS
  • RM - 82 BALE
  • CAM - 83 FELIX
  • CAM - 81 HERRERA
  • ST - 82 ISAK
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Future Stars Hagi Review - Is It Worth It?

This is actually a really cool concept from EA, and for once, it isn't one that is going to set you back an arm and a leg.

The main issue with the card lies with the league and nationality. Being a Romanian player from the Scottish Premiership, it is going to be hard to build Hagi into many starting elevens, unless of course, you get that strong link with his dad!

But if you're after a Future Star for your club at a reasonable price, then you won't find many better alternatives.