FM 2015 Player Profile – Jesus Vallejo
written by Darren Smith
Role: ball playing defender / central defender
Price tag: £1.1 million release clause (in patch 15.3)
CA: 116 / PA: -9 (150-180)
Jesus Vallejo profile in 2014 (after starting new game, patch 15.3)
Jesus Vallejo profile aged 23 in the year 2020 (patch 5.1)
Jesus Vallejo career history until 2020
This FM 2015 player profile of Jesus Vallejo shows a classy defender capable of mixing it at Real Madrid and other top clubs around Europe. Thats what happened in my test save, Napoli and Lyon enjoyed some consistent form during Vallejo’s younger years before Real Madrid tabled just shy of £20 million. The average ratings show real class and just looking through Vallejo’s future screenshot you can see some immense development. 17 for tackling, marking then 19 positioning and 16 for all three composure, concentration and decisions. The kid barely puts a foot wrong but the main weakness I can see is in his aerial ability, then again Puyol was a small central defender and one of the very best.
This guy could be your ball playing defender, one to carry the ball out and then pick out a pass, he could be your excuse to avoid using a DMC. Either way, with the right development he looks like a class act if you can get over the aerial issues and at £1.1 million I think most will. Don’t wait around though as the approach to sign option will disappear once Zaragoza offer him a deal.
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