The fast, classy and dribbler (but a bit inmature) Seedorf of the late 90s. I've taken both of his current classic sets as references; the final work is more or less a middle ground between his Ajax days and his early-mid 00s prime era, but I'd say he had already started to evolve into an attacking-focused player.
You can see I've put both his Dribble Accuracy and Technique into oranges. Well, in those years he was a great dribbler, probably (alongside Redondo and Mijatovic) the player with the best close control in the Real Madrid of the late 90s; and he used to take advantage from it, trying mazing runs relatively often. His trapping, although not at Mijatovic's level, had already become excellent, 'taming' difficult balls with relative ease.
His role at Real Madrid could be described as 'playmaker', although to be honest he wasn't really a playmaker and, while being a very important player for the merengues side which won La Liga in 1996/97 and the Champions League in 1997/98, he never really became a pivotal 'field marshall' in a Xabi Alonso sense. His style of play was closer to a creative, yet a bit impulsive sometimes, box-to-box midfielder able to produce excellent passes (also to mess up horribly from time to time) and gifted with a very powerful shot from outside the area. To represent his inmaturity and unconsistancy at passing, I've left his SPA at 84 (one point lower than current-day Mesut Özil). I've also refrained from giving him *Middle shooting or the Long Ranger card because I don't think he shot enough times and with enough profitency to deserve them. In fact, he usually went more for the pass rather than the shoot (hence the *Passing skill), and to be honest he messed up quite a bit at shooting those days (even for close ranges) mostly due to his deficient connections (represented by white Shot Technique).