Newcastle United forward Allan Saint-Maximin's FIFA 21 Ultimate Team has been revealed, with the Frenchman spotted competing in the FUT Champions Weekend League competition.
The Magpies' star is known to be a keen gamer and a fan of EA Sports' FIFA gaming franchise, with Saint-Maximin regularly seen competing in one of the most competitive competitions within the Ultimate Team game mode, the FUT Champions Weekend League.
And with the club confirming recently that United will be without the 23-year-old and his Magpies teammate Miguel Almiron until at least April, due to injuries sustained in the the 1-1 draw with Wolves, it's likely that FIFA 21 fans will see a lot more of the former OGC Nice star online as he continues his recovery from injury.
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The best thing about Saint-Maximin's FIFA 21 Ultimate Team is that it includes himself, but it's not his normal FUT 21 card, it's a special Pro Player card that is rated at 99 with maxed out attributes, making him the best player in his own team.
These special cards are given to professional footballers by EA Sports, with other stars such as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Phil Foden and Diogo Jota all receiving their own Pro Player cards.
The winger was spotted playing FUT Champions by Reddit user Gentlemoe, who took a screenshot of the United stars team and posted it on the social media platform.
The 23-year-old's FUT 21 team is very interesting, because it is dominated by Premier League players, but there's no other Newcastle United players included, other than himself.
However, there is a former Mapgies player included, with Saint-Maximin including now-Spurs midfielder Moussa Sissoko in central midfield.
Going through the rest of his FUT 21 team, Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope is in goal, with City stars Joao Cancelo, Ruben Dias and John Stones in defence and Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson completing the back four.
In midfield, Sissoko features alongside Chelsea's Reece James, with Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah on the right, FUT Icon and former Bolton star Jay-Jay Okocha in the centre, and Saint-Maximin's Pro Player card on the left.
Upfront, Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha leads the line. His selected manager is Man City tactician Pep Guardiola, with the Frenchman also featuring the Premier League's 'No Room for Racism' message as his FUT club logo.
Curiously, Saint-Maximin's FUT 21 team name is 'Wirral Town', which is an area of Merseyside. Nope, we don't really understand why either!
It could be because the Newcastle United winger wasn't actually playing with this team himself on this particular occasion, but it's definitely his FUT 21 team, due to his Pro Player card being included in the squad.
FIFA 21 is out now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, with FIFA 21 next gen also now available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
Additionally, fans who jump into FIFA 21 can also benefit from Dual Entitlement, enabling them to upgrade their copy of the game from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, or Xbox One to Xbox Series X/S at no extra cost.