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100. Mohamed Salah

There\'s nothing wrong with getting chewed up and spat out by Chelsea’s voracious youth recruitment system. Ask Kevin De Bruyne, in and out of Cobham’s revolving doors within two years, and now back in the Premier League as one of Europe’s most respected playmakers after proving himself at Wolfsburg. Salah may not yet be of the same stripe as the ruddy-faced Belgian, but he’s following a similar course.Buy fifa coins and experience new charater you want.

A makeweight loanee swapping places with Juan Cuadrado in the last winter window, he showed enough form for Fiorentina (nine goals in 26 games) to earn a move to Champions League side Roma, on a loan quickly converted to a permanent deal. He’s already bagged half a dozen for Rudi Garcia’s side – including one in Florence that took his new team top of the table. Maybe this quicksilver talent was another that Chelsea let go too soon.

99. Grzegorz Krychowiak

Twelve months ago, few people outside Nervion – Seville’s beating commercial heart, and home to the city’s biggest football team – could even spell copy-and-paste’s Krychowiak, let alone know how he played. Now, the Pole is one of Europe’s most in-demand defensive midfielders after starring in Sevilla’s retention of the Europa League and fifth-place La Liga finish.

The 25-year-old’s rise has been heady since an under-the-radar €4.5m move from Reims in the summer of 2014, his consistency and rangy dynamism allowing Yevhen Konoplyanka and Ever Banega the freedom to create further forward for Unai Emery’s men. With Arsenal in need of defensive midfield cover because of injury to Francis Coquelin, Arsene Wenger could do much worse than buy the backbone of Sevilla’s success. The problem? Krychowiak won’t come cheap.

98. Ezequiel Garay

A year of two halves for the 29-year-old centre-back, who ended his first season in Saint Petersburg with silverware as Zenit captured a first league title since 2011/12. And having seen his efforts recognised and rewarded by being named Fans’ Player of the Season, Garay then flew off to Chile to help his country come a penalty shootout away from a first Copa America triumph since 1993.

An early start to the new Russian season meant Garay wasn’t given sufficient rest, but despite the fatigue the former Real Madrid and Benfica stopper has still played a pivotal role in Zenit’s 100% record in the Champions League. Injuries have taken their toll on the international scene, however, limiting Garay to just one cap since the Copa America final.

97. Ricardo Rodriguez

Reports suggest Manchester United may buy the left-back as ‘cover’ to the injured Luke Shaw. If that’s the role United have in mind for the Swiss, he’d be the best cover since Jimi Hendrix reinvented All Along The Watchtower. Like Leighton Baines, but with a better aerial game and worse hair, Rodriguez puts in a mean cross and a meaner set-piece. When 2015/16 began, he’d contributed more goals (11) and assists (18) than any other Bundesliga defender since arriving in January 2012. His defensive game is improving, too.

The quarter-final of Wolfsburg’s triumphant DFB-Pokal campaign – only their second trophy – showed his ability at both ends: the full-back converted a perfect penalty for the winner in their 1-0 defeat of Freiburg, before single-handedly stopping a certain equaliser. He’ll also be key to Switzerland’s stab at meaningful progression at Euro 2016.

96. Stephan Lichtsteiner

Able to operate as both a wing-back and an orthodox right-back, Lichtsteiner was key in enabling Bianconeri boss Max Allegri to switch between three- and four-man defensive systems, and that flexibility was essential in their run to the Champions League final. The Swiss stopper has now won the Serie A title in each of the last four seasons, and weighed in with three goals and five assists in 2014/15 as the Old Lady fell just short of sealing an improbable treble.

Lichtsteiner underwent surgery to correct an irregular heartbeat in October, buy fut16coin can upgrade your strength.and was back on the field just 30 days later to score at Borussia Monchengladbach and rescue a point for his side – testament to the incredible drive and intensity that typifies his play.
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