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The best LW in FIFA 21 – top-rated overall and best young prospects

The best LW in FIFA 21

FIFA 22 is fast approaching, and with more and more news being released on the upcoming installment, fans can’t wait to explore the new Career Mode features. However, while we wait for the massive release of FIFA 22, players are still struggling to find talented (and affordable) wingers in FIFA 21

You don’t have to look far to see how vital it is that you have a quality winger to bolster your attack and keep the defense on their toes. That’s why we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the top-rated Left Wingers in FIFA 21, as well as some young prospects you can pick up for cheap and develop into international superstars. 

Best LW in FIFA 21

Top-rated Left Wingers

These are the best LW in FIFA 21 outright, and they are also the most expensive to acquire. 

  1. Neymar Jr. (91) – PSG/Brazil
  2. Sadio Mane (90) – Liverpool/Senegal
  3. Raheem Sterling (88) – Manchester City/England
  4. Eden Hazard (88) – Real Madrid/Belgium
  5. Lorenzo Insigne (85) – Napoli/Italy
  6. Mikel Oryabazal (84) – Real Sociedad/Spain
  7. Iker Muniain (83) – Athletic Bilbao/Spain
  8. Ousmane Dembele (83) – Barcelona FC/France
  9. Dimitri Payet (82) – Olympique de Marseille/France 
  10. Marco Asensio (82) – Real Madrid/Spain
  11. Everton Sousa Soares (82) – Benfica/Brazil
  12. Christian Pulisic (81) – Chelsea/United States
  13. Nani (81) – Orlando City/Portugal
  14. Jack Grealish (80) – Aston Villa/England
  15. Vinicius Jr. (80) – Real Madrid/Brazil
  16. Alexis Sanchez (80) – Internazionale/Chile
  17. Diogo Jota (80) – Liverpool/Portugal
  18. David Neres (80) – Ajax/Brazil
  19. Marcus Thuram (80) – Borussia Monchengladbach/France
  20. Stephan El Shaarawy (79) – Generic Capitale/Italy 

Best cheap Left Wingers

These players are all under 21-years old, cost less than £10m to reel in, and all carry the potential to become (at least) an 83-overall player. 

  1. Luis Sinisterra (75-84) – Feyenoord/Columbia – £9.5m
  2. Brahim (74-86) – AC Milan/Spain – £9m
  3. Gabriel Martinelli (74-85) – Arsenal/Brazil – £8.6m
  4. Ezequiel Barco (74-85) – Atlanta United/Argentina – £8.6m
  5. Agustin Urzi (73-88) – Club Atletico Banfield/Argentina – £8.1m
  6. Robin Hack (74-84) – Nuremberg/Germany – £8.1m
  7. Justin Kluivert (74-84) – RB Leipzig/Netherlands – £8.1m
  8. Ruben Vargas (74-83) – FC Augsburg/Switzerland – £7.7m
  9. Jacob Larsen (74-83) – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim/Denmark – £7.7m
  10. Mikkel Damsgaard (73-83) – Sampdoria/Denmark – £5.9m
  11. Pedri (72-88) – Barcelona FC/Spain – £5.4m
  12. Jota (72-85) – Benfica/Portugal – £5.4m
  13. Giorgi Chakvetadze (72-83) – KAA Gent/Georgia – £5m
  14. Pedro Neto (72-83) – Wolves/Portugal – £5m
  15. Billy Arce (71-83) – LDU Quito/Ecuador – £3.8m
  16. Fernando dos Santos Pedro (71-83) – Shakhtar Donetsk/Brazil – £3.8m
  17. Ignacio Aliseda (70-84) – Chicago Fire/Argentina – £3.5m
  18. Rabbi Matondo (70-85) – Schalke 04/Wales – £3.4m
  19. Michael Johnston (70-83) – Celtic/Scotland – £3.1m
  20. Rodney Redes (69-83) – Club Guarani/Paraguay – £2.1m
  21. Giovanni Reyna (68-87) – Borussia Dortmund/United States – £1.6m
  22. Antonio Marin (67-83) – Dinamo Zagreb/Croatia – £1.4m
  23. Oliver Batista Meier (66-83) – Bayern Munich II/Germany – £1.3m
  24. Cedric Teguia (66-83) – Real Oviedo/Spain – £1.2m
  25. Bryan Gil (65-83) – Sevilla/Spain – £1.1m
  26. Anthony Gordon (65-83) – Everton/England – £1.1m
  27. Arvin Appiah (64-84) – UD Almeria/England – £878k
  28. Alan Velasco (64-84) – Independiente/Argentina – £810k
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