FIFA 17 is really successful this year. Although it is not the NO.1 spot in the UK charts, it has taken the spot long time and broken the record of FIFA 13. There are too much new to play in FIFA 17, new story mode, new FUT Champions, new Squad Building Challenges. It’s interesting. But it’s necessary to play well in Career mode. As anyone with a working knowledge of FIFA will know, Career Mode isn't just about assuming control of your favourite team's players and rattling in the goals.
And in this year, there are also some changes in Career mode. In the career mode, FIFA 17 player will be deeply felt the power of fighting as a team, but also outside the pitch is crucial to build the team brand. You can either adoption and signing big-name players to enhance the visibility of the club or promoted by the youth culture of the big name stars mechanism handed own native club.FIFA 17 Career Mode on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC adds depth to your experience with new features that give you even greater control over your club's season, the option to compete in the J-League, and your fully rendered manager avatar roaming the sideline.
There are 10 players whose contracts are set to expire in 2017, you should know and choose wisely. Those on expiring contracts may be slightly old or unwanted by their club, but that shouldn't stop players from considering a tactical contract offer. One man's trash is another man's treasure, after all - and that knackered attacking midfielder could slot seamlessly into another formation.
Quaresma is an undoubtedly impressive footballer, but were it not for his country's Euro 2016 triumph, he would perhaps have been remembered as one of Portugal's nearly-men. He's a similar age to Cristiano Ronaldo and also plays as a winger, and has often been unfairly portrayed as existing in the looming shadow of CR7. This shouldn't deter you from taking a look at the 33-year old come the first January of your Career mode campaign. He has great passing, dribbling and pace stats - but beware, he'll contribute pretty much nothing on the defensive side of the ball.
Below is the full lists:
Jesus Navas - Manchester City
Ricardo Quaresma - Besiktas
Danny - Zenit
Santi Cazorla - Arsenal
Stephan Lichtsteiner - Juventus
Laurent Koscielny - Arsenal
Yaya Toure - Manchester City
Xabi Alonso - Bayern Munich
Pepe - Real Madrid
Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Manchester United