EA FC 24 Best Right Wingers
Profiles on some of the best right wingers you can sign on EA FC 24 Career Mode
We cover youth football. For all you EA FC 24 players, we’ve picked out a few of our favourite young right wingers that would be suitable signings on your EA FC 24 Career Mode saves. From Johan Bakayoko to Ben Doak, these are some of the best young RWs in EA FC 24.
Of course, if you are looking for older players, we have you sorted too, with a collection of the ten highest overall right wingers at the start of your save. Check our website for more RWs to sign as well.
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How do I develop right-wingers in EA FC 24 Career mode?
There are a few key methods to develop right-wingers in EA FC 24. Firstly, they need to play senior minutes and get good match ratings in matches. Obviously, this needs to be balanced with your need to win games but getting them on the field as much as possible is vital.
If you can’t give them minutes, then consider sending them on loan. However, when loaning players, ensure that you are sending them to a club where they will play senior minutes, or you risk further stunting their growth.
Next, focus on doing well in training drills and earning good ratings. Generally, you should be able to play through each drill a few times, do them well, and then you should be able to subsequently simulate the sessions and earn a similar grade. However, if your grades start to fall, you should take control of your drills again to boost your ratings back up.
Lastly, and very importantly, is your player development plan. Development plans determine what kind of skillset you want your player to develop for their role in your team.
For right-wingers, there are five development paths to choose from:
Balanced – The all-round option that will see your right-winger develop all their attributes with no real particular focus.
Wide Winger – A wide winger will look to play like an old-fashioned wide player that hugs the touchline and looks to get balls into the box. They will specialise in sprint speed, attacking positioning, crossing, curve, agility, balance, ball control, dribbling, stamina, and building up their attacking work rate.
Inverted Winger – An inverted winger will look to cut inside more often and look to attack the half spaces as a genuine goalscoring option. To do this, they specialise in sprint speed, stamina, ball control and dribbling to get into position, and then finishing, attacking positioning, shot power, long shots, and volleys to bring that goal threat. They will also develop their weak foot.
Support Winger – A support winger will look to protect their full-back, which will see them develop their defensive work rate. They also focus on developing their acceleration, interceptions, stamina and reactions, while on the offensive side of the game, they will improve upon their long shots, vision, crossing, short passing and ball control skills.
Wide Playmaker – Wide playmakers will look to be a creative outlet for your team from the wing. The main talents they will develop are short passing, long passing, crossing, vision, free kick accuracy, dribbling, and their skill moves. They will also develop their stamina and acceleration.
How do I develop right midfielders in EA FC 24 Career mode?
If you play with a right midfielder instead of a right-winger, then there are more options to choose from.
Balanced – The all-round option that will see your right-midfielder develop all their attributes with no real particular focus.
Wide Playmaker – Wide playmakers will look to be a creative outlet for your team from the wing. The main talents they will develop are stamina, short passing, crossing, vision, free kick accuracy, dribbling, and their skill moves. Unlike a right-winger though, a right midfielder will develop their curve and dribbling instead of long passing and acceleration.
Wide Midfielder – A wide midfielder will look to play like an old-fashioned wide player that hugs the touchline and looks to get balls into the box. But, given the deeper nature of their starting position in comparison to a winger, they specialise in slightly different things. For the wide midfielder, they are acceleration, vision, crossing, long passing, short passing, agility, composure, ball control, stamina and attacking work rate.
Inverted Wide Midfielder – An inverted wide midfielder will look to cut inside more often and look to attack the half spaces as a genuine goalscoring option. However, given that they are starting from a deeper position, the focus shifts slightly more towards vision and passing than shooting. The attributes they will develop are sprint speed, finishing, attacking positioning, shot power, vision, short passing, balance, dribbling, stamina and weak foot.
Support Midfielder – A support midfielder will look to protect their full-back, which will see them develop their defensive work rate. They will defend very stoutly, with a focus on developing their standing tackle, interceptions, reactions, sprint speed, defensive work rate, stamina and acceleration, while their attacking development will be limited to crossing, long passing and ball control.
Who are the best right wingers in EA FC 24 Career mode?
Mohamed Salah reigns supreme as the highest rated right winger in FC 24, but there are a lot of really good options that are a bit younger, such as Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka and Real Madrid’s Rodrygo.
|Ousmane Dembele||26||Paris Saint-Germain||86||87|
|Moussa Diaby||24||Aston Villa||84||88|
|Leroy Sane||27||Bayern Munich||84||84|
|Marcos Llorente||28||Atletico Madrid||84||84|
|Serge Gnabry||28||Bayern Munich||84||84|
Carlos Forbs Borges
Carlos Forbs has gone straight from Manchester City’s academy into playing an important role in Ajax’s first team this season. Forbs’ best assets are his explosive speed and his ability to make tangible goal scoring contributions, and that’s reflected in the game.
As a 70 overall player that can reach 86, Forbs has 90 acceleration, 87 balance, 82 sprint speed, and 72 finishing. It is a valuable skillset from which you can mould a high-scoring wide attacker cutting in from the right to score on his preferred left foot.
Ernest Nuamah was a sensation with FC Nordsjælland last season, rightfully earning a nice move to Olympique Lyonnais in the summer. The Ghanaian international is lightning quick, with 89 acceleration and 90 sprint speed, and is already a highly adept technician in the game, with 76 dribbling and 75 ball control a nice foundation to go with 90 agility and 86 balance.
Nuamah has potential to grow to an 86 overall from his base of 72, and at €5.5 million, is a total bargain player that is good enough to start straight away for most teams.
Still just 17, Roony Bardghji has a long career ahead as a stalwart name across Europe, while he quickly rises through the ranks at Danish giants FC Copenhagen. The Swede is a different sort of winger to many of the others on this list — he is more of a technician and creator than a speedy winger.
With a €3 million market value and 4 star weak foot and 4 star skills, he is a great option for a project. Continue moulding his technical and goal-scoring fundamentals, and the potential for him to be a damaging goal scorer cutting into the centre of the field will be enormous.
Johan Bakayoko is the ready-made solution in this list, although he comes with a ready-made price tag. His market value of €12.5 million might put him out of reach for some, but if you are looking for a quick winger with extremely good dribbling ability right now — he’s your man.
81 dribbling, 77 ball control, 87 acceleration, 86 sprint speed — he has the core fundamentals. He was desperately wanted by Brentford last summer for a reason.
The ultimate rapid, skillful winger to develop is Gianluca Prestianni. The Argentinian is developing a huge profile in South America, and is reflected in the game with a 70 overall and 86 potential.
Of interest: 91 acceleration, 85 sprint speed, 92 agility, 93 balance, 75 ball control, 76 dribbling, and four star skills, all at a market value of €4 million. Say no more.
He is the man Liverpool are grooming to be the heir of Mohamed Salah — that’s the level of player we are talking about when we discuss Ben Doak. And he might just be the biggest bargain on this list.
Valued at €1.2 million and with a starting overall of 62, Doak is undoubtedly a project player. But with scope to grow to become an 84 overall player, he is the perfect signing to mould from early in his career to play a key role for your club as you progress through your FC24 save.
Mohamed Salah, Ousmane Dembélé, Bukayo Saka, Riyad Mahrez, Domenico Berardi and Rodrygo Goes are the highest-rated right wingers in FIFA 23 Career Mode.
Bukayo Saka is the best young winger in EA FC 24, along with Rodrygo Goes. The likes of Johan Bakayoko, Ernest Nuamah and Roony Bardghji have the highets potential.