Top 5 Hidden Gems from Serie A in EA Sports FC 24

Serie A is notorious for housing some of the biggest talents in history. Let's take a look at some hidden gems in the Italian league!

Top 5 Hidden Gems from Serie A in EA Sports FC 24

With talents like Insigne and Sergej Milinković-Savić making their careers in this league, you should always expect something special from it.

Let's take a look at the Top 5 Hidden Gems in Serie A:

1. Fabio Miretti

Juventus is notorious for bringing the best out of senior players but every once in a while they come across some of the best talents in Italy.

With Miretti you get a well rounded CM who can be developed into a CAM or CM with due to his age and incredibly high potential.

2. Giorgio Scalvini

Atalanta BC is slowly turning into a true powerhouse ever since their legendary run in the Champions League but it all started with their incredible talent ID.

With Scalvini you get a tall CB at 6'4, great physicals and aggression while being young at a low salary means that he should be easy to acquire.

3. Simone Pafundi

Since the days of Antonio Di Natale, Udinese have had to build back up from the ground and finding talents like this is how they're making their way back up.

He's only 17, fresh out of the Youth Academy but with such a high potential, he's lower in the list because of the time it will take for you to evolve him.

4. Edoardo Bove

Jose Mourinho is doing an incredible job at AS Roma, finding such incredible talents is one of his strengths.

With Bove you get a player who is already a solid CDM but you also have a chance to develop him into any defensive position that you need with his good potential.

5. Samuel Iling-Junior

English talents are finding themselves abroad, and this tricky winger is one of  them.

With a decent height, good workrates and a high potential, you can get a lot out of him if you get him early enough.


That concludes our list of Top 5 Hidden Gems from Serie A. Do you think we missed any? Let us know in our Community section! 

 




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