Flashback SBCs are usually good value for coins, so it's always exciting when EA Sports decide to treat us with one. The throwback player this week is Juventus' German international Sami Khedira. We deliver the cheapest FIFA 21 Sami Khedira Flashback SBC solution.
The first Flashback SBC in FIFA 21 was that of another central midfielder connected to Germany - current Borussia Dortmund player Axel Witsel. Germany is back to the future once again with their own international Sami Khedira. Let's check out his card and whether it's worthwhile.
The FIFA 21 Sami Khedira Flashback SBC Card
- Position: CM
- Nation: Germany
- League: Serie A
- Team: Juventus/Piemonte Calcio
- OVR: 86
- Weak Foot: 4 stars
- Skill Moves: 2 stars
- Price: approx. 155.000 coins
- Expiry: November 26
Sami Khedira is a defensive minded midfielder and unsurprisingly, that's where he actually thrives. His overall at the CDM position is 89 even without a Chemistry Style. Make Khedira a Shadow and he jumps to a ridiculous 92 OVR and 96 defence! He can even be employed as a CB where he would tick in at 93 OVR.
With all of these outrageous numbers it should be clear by now that the 155,000 coins necessary for this SBC are a price you should be willing to pay.
The Cheapest Solution
You'll have to swap two teams to get Flashback Sami Khedira into your FUT squad:
- Team 1 - min. one Real Madrid/Juventus player, min. one TOTW player, min. 83 OVR, min. 75 chemistry
- Team 2 - min. one German player, min. 86 OVR, min. 70 chemistry
At first, these requirements might seem like a lot, but this is in fact the much easier, much cheaper team to assemble. Alvaro Morata - another man that has walked the road from Madrid to Turin, checks out one demand and right back Ricardo Esgaio is our TOTW player.
Goalkeeper Bernd Leno meets the nationality requirement in the second team, which is significantly more expensive at around 125,000 coins. The team as a whole mostly comes from the English Premier League because we need to get to that 86 OVR rating. The exceptions are Jadon Sancho, Salvatore Sirigu and Jesús Corona.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.