FM 2013 Player Profile – Alvaro Vadillo

FM 2013 Wingers

written by Karl Deighton


Alvaro Vadillo

Age: 17

Position: AMR/M/AML

Club: Real Betis

Nationality: Spanish

Value: £375k

Price tag: £11m

Vadillo’s profile in 2012 (after starting new game, patch 13.3)

Álvaro Vadillo_ Overview Profile-2

Vadillo’s scouting report from Moss of Liverpool

Álvaro Vadillo_ Reports Scout Report

Vadillo’s profile aged 24 in 2019

Álvaro Vadillo_ Overview Profile

Vadillo’s career history until 2019

Álvaro Vadillo_ History Career Stats

This FM 2013 player profile of Alvaro Vadillo reminds me very much of Raheem Sterling. Specifically brilliant technical attributes, amazing physical attributes and some very good mental attributes, I think Vadillo is better than Sterling, yes he is that good. In my future save he moved to Barcelona and was a solid player for them. They bought him for just £8.25m,  at Betis he spent half his time in the ‘B’ team, but he has still developed to become a great player, earning 18 caps for Spain. With human management he can become better than above, which is mouth watering. If it wasn’t for the big price tag he would be a 10, but it’s only a 9 I’m afraid.

Best buy rating: 8.5/10

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  • comment avatar Ryan December 19, 2012

    Looks amazingly good, always try to sign him on my saves! And how do Sergi Samper and Inigo Martinez turn out?

    • comment avatar Karl Deighton December 21, 2012

      Inigo Martinez is class, and will get a profile soon. Samper doesn’t look great and in my future save turned out rubbish.

      • comment avatar Ryan December 21, 2012

        Ah right, Inigo is easily one of my favourite players on fm and in real life. Turns out unbeleivable on this years! And Samper was being called “the next Xavi” on one of my saves, think under human management he could be class

  • comment avatar Wilson December 21, 2012

    After seeing this profile , I feel that sterling is a much better choice

    • comment avatar Karl Deighton December 21, 2012

      I have to disagree with you there, with the screenshots we have Vadillo is better in dribbling, finishing, first touch, passing, technique, flair to name a few. They are both similar in ability and can develop further.

  • comment avatar Nufcer January 1, 2013

    Great prospect! In the summer of 2013 I bought him for my Newcastle save for 3.3M pound. Money to be made on this talent if you can wait a year!

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