His RTTF card is one of the best CMs in the game, his gold card is OP. For FUT Birthday, EA Sports are giving us FUT Birthday Renato Sanches with five stars weak foot and four stars skill moves to further cement the Portuguese in the FIFA 21 meta. Our SBC solution will reveal that it isn't exactly a cheap SBC.
FIFA 21 fans have been waiting for FUT Birthday Renato Sanches and their patience has been rewarded. The SBC's price is correspondingly high as our solution shows.
FUT Birthday Renato Sanches
- Position: CM
- Nation: Portugal
- League: Ligue 1
- Team: Lille
- OVR: 87
- Weak Foot: 5 stars
- Skill Moves: 4 stars
- Price: approx. 710,000 coins
- Expiry: April 23
FUT Birthday Renato Sanches is a great card, as is most of this event's content. However, his price is way up there with some Icons and we already got a meta CM with Arturo Vidal within the same event. Lastly, Sanches' RTTF card is overpowered af and costs much less than this new variant. Of course, the FUT Birthday card is also better, but not 400,000 coins better in our opinion.
FUT Birthday Renato Sanches SBC Solution
You have to trade three teams for FUT Birthday Renato Sanches, which currently cost just under 710,000 coins:
- Min. one Bayern München player, min. 85 OVR, min. 70 chemistry
- Min. one Bundesliga player, min. one TOTW player, min. 86 OVR, min. 65 chemistry
- Min. one Portuguese player, min. 87 OVR, min. 50 Chemistry
Team 1: Bayern München
Around 150,000 coins are allotted to the first team, in which Jerome Boateng is the Bayern player. The rest of the team is mainly from the Premier League and Paris Saint-Germain.
Team 2: Bundesliga
For the second team, we are already at around 245,000 coins. The team is mostly from the Spanish La Liga. Raphaël Guerreiro and Roman Bürki provide the Bundesliga links, Tomáš Soucek from the current TOTW 27 is used as an In-Form card.
Team 3: National Duty
For the third team, you will have to spend another 311,000 coins. There are six goalkeepers in the team, including Manuel Neuer and Alisson. Guerreiro is also part of the team.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.