FIFA 17: best young striker Angel Correa worth buying
We're kicking off with strikers, because everyone loves a good striker. But sometimes you need a large money just to buy a people who is just big famous. Although there's nothing wrong with that, reality strikes that these players come with a hefty price and when you don't have enough money, it will be impossible to get them. On the other hand, you can still get other least known performers who are nevertheless short of talent.
Having a promising striker on your books can set you up for many years to come on FIFA 17 Career Mode, so even if your regular number 9 is a seasoned veteran, it is definitely worth bringing in a younger understudy so that you don’t have to spend the big bucks in a few seasons time. Snapping up a young, promising striker can help you build a legacy and raise club value.
Angel Correa (OVR 79 – POT 88)
There’s been a changing of the guard in terms of this year’s best talent in front of goal. With Paulo Dybala turning 22 and now legitimately one of the world’s top strikers, and Breel Embolo classed as a winger in this year’s game, Ángel Correa has taken the mantle as FIFA 17’s highest potential striker. Anyone who picked him up in last year’s game wouldn’t have been disappointed either – he reached 89 overall in our Career Mode playthrough, with an outrageous set of dribbling and shooting stats – and he’s even better this year. He starts with 83 pace, 86 dribbling and 79 shooting, and he still has nine points of growth in him, from 79 to 88 overall.
Another Argentinean forward now in the form of Atletico Madrid man Angel Correa. Sadly, Correa was side-lined at the Vincente Calderon a month after joining the club with a heart tumour, but a year later he made his debut. His career now seems to be back on track, with two goals already this season, but he does find himself as the fourth choice striker under Diego Simeone with Antoine Griezmann, Kevin Gameiro and Fernando Torres all in front of him. You can use that to your advantage however in signing the 21-year-old for around £17 million, and £36,000 for wages. Correa, who can also play as a second striker or attacking midfielder has 87 agility, 87 dribbling and 86 acceleration.