The MLS is one of the fastest-growing leagues in the world, with attendances for games steadily rising pre-COVID.
One of the reasons for the increased attention in the league can be put down to the number of bright stars that are starting to be developed in the North American league.
Youngsters such as Giovanni Reyna and Christian Pulisic have gone on to take the world by storm, and there are a new crop of young players that look set to follow in their footsteps.
These are some of the wonderkids that you should target on Career Mode that play their football in the MLS.
FIFA 21 MLS: Brenden Aaronson
Brenden Aaronson will be one of the standout picks for managers on Career Mode, as the midfielder can play either as a number ten or in a deeper position.
His best position is unquestionably as a number ten, as he will boast a 69 rating. The 19-year-old is one of the fastest growing players in the MLS, as he has a potential rating of 81.
Best of all for managers, he is not the most expensive player that you can purchase, as he will be available for £3.3 million. Failing that, you can meet the £5.6 million release clause in his contract.
FIFA 21 MLS: Diego Palacios
Los Angeles FC have been one of the standout teams in the MLS since being introduced, and they have one of the brightest left-backs at their disposal.
Diego Palacios is just 20-years-old and already has an overall rating of 70. This rating will reach 80 after a couple of seasons, which means that he is an excellent option for a long-term left-back.
Palacios has pace to burn, and also has a 75 attribute for crossing, which makes him the perfect full-back for those with a big target man that they are looking to hit at every opportunity.
FIFA 21 MLS: Nicolas Acevedo
It isn’t just American-born players that are potential stars in the MLS, as Uruguayan Nicolas Acevedo is an excellent player that managers can pick up from the MLS.
The 21-year-old plays as a holding midfielder and is valued at just £2 million in the first season from New York City FC. There is a release clause of £2.8 million that managers can activate if they wish too.
He starts the game with a decent overall rating of 66, but it is his 80 potential rating that will ensure that managers will want to sign up the Uruguayan.