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FUT 17 Ones to Watch

Brand new LIVE items for 23 of the highest profile, most promising transfers from across the world. Each Ones To Watch player will have a dynamic rating that will increase based on their Team of The Week performances throughout the season.

Paul Pogba

Pogba's protracted arrival in the Premier League was one of the biggest stories of the summer transfer window, as the French midfielder finally sealed a record deal taking him back to Manchester United from Italian champions Juventus.

Gonzalo Higuain

The Argentine striker was deadly in front of goal throughout his three seasons at Napoli, breaking the Serie A single-season goal scoring record before moving to Italian champions Juventus for a club record transfer fee.

Mats Hummels

Having established himself as one of the top centre backs in the Bundesliga, Hummels transferred from Borussia Dortmund to rivals FC Bayern this summer, completing a return to the club that he left in 2008.

Miralem Pjanic

The Bosnian central midfielder spent five seasons at Roma before making the switch to Juventus during the last transfer window. Pjanic's playing style has gained him plenty of recognition over the course of his time in Italy.

Nicolas Gaitan

The silky Argentinian winger sealed a move to Atlético Madrid this summer after winning the Portuguese league three times in his six seasons with Benfica, during which he showed off his considerable technical skills.

Hatem Ben Arfa

Five star skills and all, the mercurial French midfielder made a big move to French champions Paris Saint-Germain during the transfer window after reaffirming his considerable footballing talents in his season at Nice.

Grzegorz Krychowiak

One of Poland's top stars, Krychowiak switched Sevilla for Paris Saint-Germain this summer after gaining a reputation as one of the most reliable defensive midfielders in La Liga during his two seasons in Spain.

Shkodran Mustafi

The German centre back became one of the world's most expensive defenders when he swapped Valencia for North London with a big money switch to Arsenal at the end of the last transfer window.

Eric Bailly

The promising Ivorian centre back established himself as a bright, young defensive prospect in his two seasons at Villareal. Bailly's form in Spain persuaded Manchester United to add his to their squad this summer.

Alvaro Morata

Morata comes back to the club he began his career at after two years in Italy, where he proved his ability in front of goal at Juventus. That form prompted Real Madrid to secure his return, as they exercised their buy-back clause to bring the Spanish striker back to Spain.

Samuel Umtiti

The young French defender came through the Lyon ranks, spending five seasons playing for the club's first team. The ability he showed at the heart of the defence prompted Barcelona to lure him to Spain this summer, joining after making his first appearance for the French national team.

N'Golo Kante

The French midfielder's contribution to the most improbable title run with Leicester City last season saw his reputation soar, with his incredible work rate particularly impressing. Chelsea FC beat off the suitors to secure Kante's services this summer.

Michy Batshuayi

The up and coming Belgian striker joined Marseille from Standard Liege, with the talent he showed during his two seasons in the south of France enough to persuade Chelsea FC to add him to their ranks for this season.


The promising Brazilian goalkeeper rose through the age groups at Internacional, whose youth academy he joined at the age of 10. Alisson swapped South America for Europe during the summer transfer window, with Roma picking up his signature.


Another 5 star skiller, Brazilian attacking midfielder Giuliano arrived at Zenit St. Petersburg this summer following two seasons at Brazilian side Gremio. The South American has already made a strong start to life in Russia.

Leroy Sane

The twenty year old German's world-class potential saw him gain the interest of many clubs during his time in the Bundesliga. The pacey winger finally made a big money move from Schalke 04 to Manchester City during the summer transfer window.

Sadio Mane

The speedy Senegalese midfielder headed from the south coast of England to Merseyside this summer, sealing a big money move from Southampton to Liverpool. His dazzling pace has been at the forefront already this season.

Arkadiusz Milik

Milik impressed during his two seasons at Ajax, racking up the goals for the Dutch side. That form persuaded Napoli to part with a considerable sum to sign the Polish striker, who made an immediate impact following his summer transfer.

John Stones

The highly touted young English centre back became the most expensive defender ever following his summer move from Everton to Manchester City. His ball-playing skills and composure at the heart of the defence are key attributes for Stones' new side.

Renato Sanches

The 19 year old wonderkid made a name for himself in the Portuguese league with Benfica, picking up the league title before German champions FC Bayern picked up his signature. His showings in Portugal's midfield during the summer enhanced the youngster's reputation further still.

Nicola Sansone

Italian striker Sansone made a flying start at Villarreal after his transfer this summer from Sassuolo, who he helped to finish in the top six in the Italian league last season.

Ousmane Dembele

The incredibly exciting young French midfielder's meteoric rise last season saw Borussia Dortmund beat the host of clubs interested in his signature to agree a deal which took him away from Rennes. Dembele has gained even more recognition during his short time so far in Germany.

Breel Embolo

The highly-rated Swiss midfield prospect left Swiss Super League side FC Basel to sign for Schalke in the last transfer window. His pace and powerful running make sure opposition defenders are kept busy whenever Embolo is on the pitch.

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