Among the Team Creation Challenges (DCE) of the FUT mode of FIFA 20, we will find each month the Player of the Month (POTM November) of Ligue 1 with here Jeff Reine-Adélaïde, of which here is the solution. The Lyon player has made an excellent start to the season in the French league, thus obtaining the title of Player of the Month for November. The purpose of this DCE is therefore to make you win a special POTM Jeff Reine-Adélaïde card by completing this challenge.
Note that this challenge began on Thursday December 19 at 19 p.m. and will end on Thursday January 16 at 19 p.m.
The DCE POTM Player of the month are generally very expensive (even our solution!) and not very profitable because the card obtained (here that of Jeff Reine-Adélaïde) cannot be exchanged. This means that unless you need this player, you will have done this challenge for not much…
However here, the DCE is quite cheap (about 35k) for a solid card especially since the French player can easily be used on the FUT mode. So, if you have training with French players, it will be perfect. We therefore recommend that you complete this DCE via our excellent solution.
- Recommendation: No
- Possible credit gain? No
- Ligue 1 players: Minimum 1
- Player cards of the week: Minimum 1
- Brazilian players: Minimum 1
- Overall Team Rating: 83
- Collective: Minimum 70
- Reward: Jeff Reine-Adelaide Ligue 1 POTM Card
- End of the challenge: Thursday, January 16 at 19 p.m.
- Price: around 35k (probably cheaper after FUTMAS)
Our sample solution for the DCE POTM Ligue 1 Player of the Month for November Jeff Reine-Adélaïde was made with Futbin's team builder.
Our solutions are examples of training allowing you to carry out these DCEs at the cheapest possible price without having the cards. It is obviously possible to complete these challenges with other cards. Also be careful because the overall cost of these solutions can change (down or up) over time.
You can find the complete list of the different live DCEs for the FUT mode of FIFA 20 on our list of active Squad Building Challenges (DCE).