The cheapest build.
A good squad is the key to a successful start in FUT. We’ve made ready-made builds of the top 5 leagues so that you can easily start the new season in FIFA 23. Squads are based on an average 4-3-3 (4) formation, and the cost of each player does not exceed 5 thousand coins. The latest assembly is the French Ligue 1.
Other starting lineups: Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga.
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There are two great goalkeepers in the goalkeeper zone at once: Kasper Schmeichel from Nice and Alban Lafont from Nantes. We put the Dane, who was not bad in previous years and higher in rating.
There are not many options on the left, so we chose the technical Brazilian Ismaily from Lille. In the center of the defense are Thiago Djalo (Lille) and Nordi Mukiele (PSG), who will have to change position. On the right, Amari Traore from Rennes is good.
In the center of midfield, a balanced bunch was formed by Carlos Soler from PSG and Sekou Fofana from Lens. The Frenchman lacks speed, so teamwork style is especially important for him. The role of the attacking midfielder was given to the nimble Pablo Sarabia from PSG.
Inexpensive Ligue 1 left wingers are bad, which is why we singled out the Ghanaian Sulemanu from Rennes. He has great speed and special skill stars, and his chemistry style will do the rest. In the center of the attack, Jonathan David from Lille looks more interesting than Loi Openda from Lens — he passes well to his neighbor and plays with his head. The balanced Nicolas Pepe from Nice is on the right flank of the attack.
The total cost of the composition, taking into account chemistry styles, is 22,000 coins.
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