I guess I'll make a regen post too. These guys are all already first team players, basically - I have a buttload more, but they still have a lot of room to develop into.
Breik is an absolute star, playing behind Fierro in my 4-2-3-1. His pace when running from deep is terrifying. He has his goals to assists ratio pretty evenly spread out, my wingers (Götze and Müller) do most of the assisting.
This is a new fellow I bought in, he'll make for a great box-to-box midfielder soon, but right now I'm using him as a defensive midfielder. I'd rather have him improve his mentals instead of his speed, but you don't look a gift 57 million euro Italian wunderkind in the mouth.
This is one of the strikers that will one day succeed Fierro. He's still developing, but look at his stats - 24 goals in 30 games for PSG, leading them to their European Cup final (which they lost to me, De Groot couldn't play as per terms of his loan deal). Him and Fierro I plan on using as more wide forwards in the future due to their immense pace.
This is my obligatory Brazilian flair player. I'm trying to get his defensive and strength stats down to put those points into his mentals instead - basically, I want him to turn into a Ronaldinho-style trequartista, playing behind the striker(s) and making gorgeous passes as well as being a goal threat himself.
Ott is probably the best German player of his generation. Marvellous defensive midfielder, physically unrivalled. His tactical attributes are a bit low, though, but they will improve. Using him as an anchor man or a deep-lying playmaker ensures that I never lose the ball in the middle of the park.
Trombino has been my main right-back since Lahm retired - unfortunately Lahm's presence hindered his early development a bit, so only now, at 26, is he starting to hit his peak. But he's an awesome fullback, fast as hell, good both attacking and defending.
Another awesome central midfielder I have. He's very much turning out to be an utility player because of his all-round skill - he can play anywhere from central midfield to central defense. Unfortunately this also means that he will probably lose out on a starting spot behind Caneo and Ott.
And finally, my Robben clone in his prime. He's a monster player, but since I plan to play without wingers from next season, I'm gonna have to let him go. Pity, he has been a great player for 6 or so years, but like Robben, he doesn't deliver consistent team performances, so I'm not too torn up about letting him go in favour of some team player regens I got coming up the system.