The Football Manager 2023 Winter Update has changed the game in many ways with tweaks to the match engine and some fixed stats. To keep up with the rating changes I have put together this article on the best young centre midfielders to sign following the latest update.
Best Young Centre Midfielders to Sign in FM23 Winter Update
While Blanco is quite defensive minded he identifies as a central midfielder more than a defensive midfielder. He will take time to hit his stride but the foundations of a strong defensive minded playmaker are already there. He is also quite strong and decent at heading which could make an impact from set pieces.
This 21-year-old is perfectly suited to be the more offensive playmaker in the centre of the park. He’s got a bit of pace but really excels with a good first touch, good technique, and good passing skills.
This Danish international is a well rounded midfielder who has an incredible first touch and passing ability. His fitness will need time to catch up as he isn’t very fast nor is his stamina very high but if protected by an engine or two he could be the Cesc Fabregas of your team.
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Another midfielder with more of a passing focus, this time in the body of a teenager! At just 19, Moriba has earned his spot on this list of the best young centre midfielders in FM23 with strong technique, good shooting ability and the natural fitness to be an engine in the midfield someday.
Following their strong World Cup run Japan has caught the eyes of the world. One player sure to be part of that rise in future is 18-year-old Takuhiro Nakai who currently plays for Real Madrid. He is built to be a CAM but can drop into midfield and play a role in creating chances with his dribbling, first touch, and passing making him a real maestro.
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