FM 2013 Player Profile – Nathan Redmond

FM 2013 Cheap Players

written by Johnny Karp

Nathan Redmond

Age: 18

Position: MR/AMR

Club: Birmingham

Nationality: English

Value: £3 million

Price tag: £5.5 million (in patch 13.3)

Nathan Redmond profile in 2012 (after starting new game, patch 13.3)

fm13 player profile, redmond2, 2012 profile

Nathan Redmond scouting report from Cagigao of Arsenal

Nathan Redmond profile aged 25 in the year 2019

Nathan Redmond career history until 2019

This FM 2013 player profile of Nathan Redmond shows a winger with great speed and technical skills but with a rather sad career path. He is just 18 at the beginning of the game and at that age he can be a star in any Championship side. His future profile shows that he has made little progress though, and that is Chelsea’s fault in my view. The Blues spent 9 million on him in my test save but then left him to rot in the Reserves, not wise at all. I think that this lad can do very well in a team that makes use of quick wingers, with his speed this lad could go past any fullback in the world. He also got a debut in the England national team in the test save, I guess that can tell you a bit about his quality. You can get him for just 5.5 mil at the start of the game, quite cheap for a man with his attributes.

Best buy rating: 8/10

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  • comment avatar Demetrius Palmer November 17, 2012

    Looking to see more of the lesser known young English footballers. he looks like he can be a good player with the right traning and enogh gametime.

    • comment avatar Johnny Karp November 17, 2012

      I’ve got a few more of these English youngsters planned, so stay tuned ;)

      • comment avatar Bjørk Lange November 19, 2012

        That is good to hear Johnny. Please consider Adam Campbell from Newcastle, he can become the perfect poacher with some playtime and training. If you need a good screenshot I be happy to send you :)

  • comment avatar Iker Muniain November 20, 2012

    Johnny could you tell me the cheap englishmen you have in mind going to try and create a QPR series out of it

  • comment avatar Johnny Karp November 20, 2012

    Adam Campbell is one, if you can get him from Newcastle. You can also try Tommie Hoban from Watford, he might be interested to join QPR. There’s also Mason Bennett from Derby, just a few names that you might consider. But check out the player index on our website, there might be more in there.

  • comment avatar TimidMonkey December 1, 2012

    Bought him with Wolves, playing down right flank as IF, the kid is absolutely blistering. In combination/rotation with Kieran Gibbs, Inui and Sidney Sam tearing the championship apart.

    In fact surprisingly although he hasn’t been terrible Inui has actually been the least impressive.

    Anyway highly reccommend the kid, absolutely top draw for the Championship and hopefully for the Prem as well.

  • comment avatar Joshua Murray (@WordFlyer) August 16, 2013

    Despite the game treating him as one-footed (I don’t think he really is in real life), he’s been explosive for me in my Sunderland career. I usually play him as a pure winger on the right side, who still likes to cut inside and he wreaks havoc on the opposition with his speed, crossing, and dribbling. Even though his passing and finishing is only 12/11 respectively on my save, he’s scores and assists plenty. Just won PFA Young Player of the Year at age 23, and EPL Best XI. He’s my only player to make the EPL Best XI on my squad that just reached the Champions League semi-final, finished second in EPL, and won the FA Cup. Unfortunately, he’s already maxed his potential (according to FMRTE), but he should be dynamic for me a while longer.

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