FIFA 16 TOTS Predictions - Bundesliga Team of the Season
FIFA 16 Team of the Season hype is now well underway, especially as the release for the MC TOTS has been confirmed by EA as April 29th. Here we predict the FUT 16 Bundesliga TOTS based on the best formations of Bundesliga leagues. As previously article FIFA 16 TOTS Release Date and Market Crash mentioned, the release date for the FIFA 16 Bundesliga will become available in FIFA Packs around May 11th, 2016 at 6pm UK time.
FIFA 16 Bundesliga TOTS Starting XI Predictions:
Robert Lewandowski – ST
Robert Lewandowski is set to sign a new Bayern Munich contract until 2021, according to reports in Germany. Lewandowski, 27, joined Bayern on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, when he signed a deal with the Bavarians until 2019. The Poland international this season has scored 36 goals in 38 matches in all competitions for Bayern and has also impressed for his country, leading them to this summer's Euro 2016 as captain.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – ST
Borussia Dortmund are the sixth club that Gabon international Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has played for as a professional player, having played for a total of 14 clubs in the past. The many clubs that he played for as a youngster are testament to the fact that his father Pierre was also a professional footballer who often moved clubs.
With 35 goals in 38 appearances this season, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is up there with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Neymar, Luis Suarez and Jamie Vardy as one of the most prolific goalscorers in Europe. He became the first Bundesliga player to score in the first six games of a season –form that has again seen him linked with Manchester United, plus a host of other sides.
Thomas Muller – CF
Muller now is decidedly the best scorer for Germany and no less a superstar at Bayern than any of his club teammates, he's being used in the role that suits him best: Scoring goals, in whatever way possible. Whether lined up formally on the right or centrally behind a main striker, his style of play is similar in effect and devastating in any case. 31 goals in 44 appearances this season now.
Douglas Costa – LM
Almost 12 months ago today, Douglas Costa was in the midst of getting knocked out of the Champions League in humiliating manner. The Brazilian was utterly hopeless—as was the rest of his team—as Shakhtar Donetsk were hammered 7-0 by BayernMunich in the second leg of their round-of-16 tie. Douglas Costa Is Bayern Munich's Most Improved Player in 2015/16.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – RW
Borussia Dortmund's 3-0 victory on Saturday denied Bayern Munich the championship celebration in Berlin, Mkhitaryan, Man of the match, without a doubt. He was involved in each of Dortmund's goals, providing the opening goal with an exquisite pass from the left wing to find Kagawa. He scored the third himself and was on top of his game in every aspect, skipping past opponents with ease and winning important tackles as well.
Marco Reus – LM
Many players have earned praise in this fantastic campaign so far, but one man who's almost flown under the radar a bit is Marco Reus. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goalscoring frenzy and Henrikh Mkhitaryan's continued excellence overshadow the Germany international's more than solid season. The 26-year-old averaged 3.74 shots and 2.53 key passes per 90 minutes in the Bundesliga last season, per Squawka, compared to 3.00 and 2.00 this campaign. He's also almost cut his shots attempted from outside the box in half, from 1.50 to 0.87 per 90 minutes, which largely explains why his shot accuracy has risen from 50 to 59 per cent.
Ilkay Gundogan – CM
Ilkay Gundogan could be leaving Borussia Dortmund this summer, but what would the midfielder bring to the Premier League? According to Sky sources, Manchester City are in advanced negotiations with Dortmund over the transfer of the 25-year-old, although the clubs remain £8.1m (€10m) apart in their valuation of the midfielder.
A healthy Gündogan is a huge bonus for each team for he is a midfielder who combines precision and a brilliant passing game with an excellent ability to read the game well, while looking for free space and the key moment to make the perfect pass.
David Alaba – CB
David Alaba has signed a three-year contract extension at Bayern Munich, committing him to the Allianz Arena until 2021. Alaba was heroic in the Champions League semi-finals, never losing his nerve even as he took on Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria. He has been described “as a gift from the heavens” by the former Bayern Munich manager Ottmar Hitzfeld and as “a future all-time best in the club’s history” by the current coach, Pep Guardiola. On top of that, a heap of injuries since the winter break have arguably made David Alaba the most crucial player in the Bavarian club’s campaign to win the Champions League, too.
Jerome Boateng – CB
Boateng, 27, has been sidelined since suffering the injury against Hamburg in Bayern's first league game of 2016 and there had been fears he could miss the rest of the season. Boateng has been one of the most impressive performers in Germany in recent seasons and his return would provide a boost to Bayern's chances of success in the Champions League this season.
Mats Hummels – CB
Acording to Sport Bild, Borussia Dortmund star center back and fan favorite Mats Hummels will join Bayern this summer. The reported transfer fee is around 30 million Euros, and he will receive a four year contract worth approximately €10 million a season with bonuses.
Hummels would bolster a defensive corps that has been racked with injuries and inconsistent play due to multiple players lining up at center back despite it not being their natural position. Should this transfer go through, Bayern could potentially be seeing a center back pairing that mirrors that of the German National Team with Hummels pairing with Jerome Boateng to form what could be a formidable back line.
Manuel Neuer – GK
Last week, Neuer prolonged his Bayern contract until 2021 and he hopes to retire from professional football at the Allianz Arena. Manuel Neuer hopes having a competitive title race in the Bundesliga will boost Bayern Munch's chances of winning the Champions League this season. He has been described as a "sweeper-keeper" because of his unique playing style and speed when rushing off his line; he is also known for his quick reflexes, excellent shot-stopping abilities, command of his area and accurate control and distribution of the ball.
Javier Hernandez – ST
Raffael Caetano de Araujo – ST
Daniel Didavi – CAM
Vladimir Darida – CM
Jonathan Tah – CB
Marvin Matip – CB
Rene Adler – GK
Yunus Malli – CAM
Kingsley Coman – RM
Mitchell Weiser – RB
Andreas Christensen – CB
Loris Karius – GK
Source from: Upfifacoins.com