7 Players With 5-Star Skill Moves You Can Use In FC 24 Career Mode Even On A Low Budget!

We are evaluating players with 5-star skill moves suitable for those operating on a limited budget in FC 24 Career Mode.

Players eligible for the list are those under the age of 30, and they need to be valued at 20 million or less. Additionally, they must have the potential to develop to a minimum overall of 80.

We have tested all the players and rated them on a scale of 1 to 10 in the following categories: speed, dribbling, shooting, passing, physical, and value

In the physical category, we looked at all the physical skills of the players other than speed, considering strength, agility, and balance. 

For value, we considered what a player costs in relation to how they perform in-game compared to the other players on the list.

7 Players With 5-Star Skill Moves You Can Use In FC 24 Career Mode Even On A Low Budget!

7. Mike Trésor

That being said, number 7 on the list is Mike Trésor

The 24-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Burnley, is valued at 20 million in FC 24, making him the most expensive player on our list. However, he combines this with the highest initial overall of 78 and a potential overall of 82.

Let's start with Mike Tresor's strengths. His acceleration is good. He can quickly move away from a standing start with the ball, causing opponents to be late and outplayed. He is also very agile, which allows him to easily cut and outplay players. Moreover, his strengths lie particularly in passing. He has good vision and possesses an effective cross on to the areas where Mike Trésor scores less well.

His sprint speed is not great. After initially getting away from a defender, he is easily caught up over longer distances. This makes him not very suitable for counterattacking play. Additionally, his finishing is not great, so he's not likely to score many goals.

Mike Trésor is a player who can be very useful when you play a lot in your opponent's half because he is strong in tight spaces. He's also handy if you have a striker who can score from across. 

Unfortunately, he comes with a hefty price tag that is disproportionate to what he brings on the field, especially compared to other players on this list.

FC 24 Mike Trésor

6. Talles Magno

Moving on to number 6, the MLS, where our number six on the list plays at New York City FC, Talles Magno.

The 21-year-old Brazilian can play both as a striker and on the wing and starts with an overall of 73. Just like Mike Trésor, he has a potential overall of 82. In FC 24, his value is estimated at 7 million, making him the first bargain on the list.

The strong points of Magno, of course, with 5-star skill moves, he's adept with the ball at his feet. As he has all the skill moves, you can get past any defender. The better you are with skill moves, the better you will be with Magno. He also has a 4-star weak foot, meaning he's quite capable with both feet. 

Then the weaker points of Magno, if you're not as good with skill moves like us, then Magno lacks the agility and speed to effectively outplay his defenders. He is also not very fast, which means he can be easily overtaken by above-average fast opponents. It should be noted, though, that he will still develop significantly towards his end overall, which could lessen these issues.

Magno is a very interesting player when you're adept with skill moves and can maximize the 5-star skill moves. Valued at 7 million, he can be a bargain for any club that doesn't have tens of millions to spend.

FC 24 Talles Magno

5. Osama Sahraoui

Number 5 on our list, we go to the Dutch Eredivisie, where Osama Sahraoui plays for SC Heerenveen. 

The 22-year-old Norwegian has an initial overall of 73 and a potential overall of 83. His value is also estimated at 7 million, and based on how Sahraoui plays, this makes him an absolute bargain.

Sahraoui has the following strong points. He is absolutely at his best in tight spaces and with the ball at his feet. He's super agile and stands firmly in his shoes, enabling him to cut behind opponents and easily turn away from them. He's quick in the first few meters, which means that after outplaying them, he quickly leaves them far behind. After getting past his man, Sahraoui can set up a teammate for a goal with a pass. He has good stamina, enabling him to still make a difference in the final minutes of the match. Sahraoui also has a 5-star weak foot, which is a big plus.

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Sahraoui has the following weaker points. His main weakness is scoring goals. He has the ability to create a shooting opportunity time and again thanks to his earlier mentioned strong points. However, he lacks the power for a really good shot, and often they fly meters wide. As with these weaker points, Sahraoui will still develop enormously, and therefore these points could later in career mode potentially become his strengths. 

As long as you don't expect him to score more than 10 goals in a season, Sahraoui is a great purchase for any club that doesn't have a lot to spend. As he will still develop significantly, he can grow into a pillar in your team, or you could sell him for a lot of FC 24 Coins. We can't recommend him enough for anyone looking for a budget skiller.

FC 24 Osama Sahraoui

4. Rayan Cherki

Our number 4 on the list is found in France at Olympique Lyonnais, Rayan Cherki.

Cherki can play on the wings but is best suited as a number 10. Cherki is the biggest talent on our list with the highest potential overall of 84. His initial overall is 74, and he's valued at 9 million.

A major reason why he excels as a number 10 is his ability to deliver a great pass. He can execute any pass you desire, and this is even more impressive considering he's still going to develop significantly. He also combines this with a 5-star weak foot. He can do this with both feet, which is a huge plus. Additionally, Cherki is an excellent dribbler. He's quite agile and has good balance, making it easy for him to turn away from his opponent. He also has the ability to score, perhaps not a lot, but around 5 to 10 goals per season should be feasible.

Cherki also has weaker points. He is slow, making him less suitable for the wings and better suited for the number 10 position. Because he isn't fast, he doesn't easily carry the ball forward, and it's better to use him for passing rather than long dribbles. Additionally, his stamina isn't very strong, so after 60 to 70 minutes, he tends to lose effectiveness

Rayan Cherki potentially is a superb player who can be of great value. He comes into his own when you play in your opponent's half, allowing him to use the tight spaces to set up his teammates.

FC 24 Rayan Cherki

3. Jeffinho

For number 3, we stay at Olympique Lyonnais, where the 23-year-old Brazilian Jeffinho plays. 

Somewhat overshadowed by Cherki, Jeffinho has an overall of 72 and the lowest potential on our list with 79. However, Jeffinho plays much better on the field than his overall would suggest. Based purely on his statistics, you might not initially choose him, but it's only when you use him that you discover his capabilities. In FC 24, he is estimated at 4.7 million, making him the cheapest player on the list and also the biggest bargain.

What surprised us most about Jeffinho is how he consistently finds himself in a scoring position. Additionally, he is super quick in the first few meters, creating space between him and his opponent. The big surprise with Jeffinho was his strength. Several times, he easily pushed players off the ball and entered into strong duels.

Jeffinho also has some weaker points. His main areas for development are in finishing and passing. His dribbling and physical qualities are very good, but everything involving passing and shooting is still problematic. Passes often go to the opponent, and shots frequently miss the goal. 

All in all, Jeffinho is the best bang for your buck player on the list. With his super low value, he can be acquired for a small amount, and on the field, he delivers much more than you would initially expect.

FC 24 Jeffinho

2. Jesper Karlsson

Moving on to our number 2 on the list, number 2 playing at Bologna in Italy, Jesper Karlsson

The 24-year-old Swede, Karlsson's initial overall is 77, and this can rise to about 80 when you develop him. His value is estimated at 14.5 million, making him one of the more expensive players on our list.

He is a very good all-round player who also possesses 5-star skill moves. His agility and balance are among the best on this list. You can easily slalom him around multiple opponents. Then he is also capable of delivering the decisive pass to a teammate. He shoots well from distance and often finds himself in a good position to score. Additionally, he maintains this performance throughout the match with his good stamina.

Here are some weak points of Karlsson. His only real weak point is his speed. He lacks both good acceleration and a high sprint speed, which perhaps makes him well-suited to be converted into a midfielder. Also, his finishing can sometimes be a bit off. He won't develop much further, so don't expect any huge improvements. 

Karlsson is overall the best player on this list and worth his 14.5 million. He can play both on the flank and be converted into a midfielder. The only reason he's not number 1 on our list is because of the gameplay enjoyment we had with the actual number 1 of our list, Jota.

FC 24 Jesper Karlsson

1. Jota

The 24-year-old number 1 Portuguese is currently active in Saudi Arabia at Al-Ittihad

His initial overall is 77, and he can grow to an overall of 82. His value is estimated at 16 million. With this, he is the second most expensive player on the list, but we believe he is absolutely worth it.

When you play with Jota, you know you're going to have fun. Whether you're good with skill moves or not, you're going to beat many opponents and leave them in the dust. If you are good with skill moves, this will happen even more. He is extremely agile and hard to bring down. He has good acceleration and a high sprint speed. This he combines with a strong shot from distance and a lot of composure.

The weak points of Jota are the following. When you get him into the opponent's penalty area, he misses many chances, as he only has 70 finishing. Additionally, he's not a great passer, but that's not what you bring him in for. 

Jota is on the higher end for budget players, but for under 20 million, we still find him an absolute bargain that you can't go wrong with if your club has the money. He brings a lot of fun and creates unexpected situations.

FC 24 Jota

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