Following the release of FIFA 21’s ratings, there are a ton of players who look like they will be overpowered once the game gets released on October 6.
Here’s a look at 5 of those players;
David Alaba played as a centre-back for the bulk of the 2019/2020 season at Bayern, and as a result, his position in FIFA 21 has been changed from left-back to centre-back, and judging by his stats, he might just turn out to be one of the best centre-backs in FIFA 21.
The difference between a good centre-back and a great centre-back is pace. A lot of defenders are strong and good at tackling, but not many can keep up with most forwards on the game. Considering his pace (77) Alaba might just turn out to be a great centre-back.
77 pace might not look like much, but for a centre-back on FIFA, that’s a lot. And when you factor in the boost from a shadow chemistry style, that 77 pace could go up to 90 pace.
Wissam Ben Yedder
Ben Yedder was responsible for a lot of broken controllers in FIFA 20, and he looks set to break even more controllers in FIFA 21 considering EA has upgraded his stats.
He’s gone from being an 83-rated player in FIFA 20 to an 84-rated player in FIFA 21, and that upgrade we expect that upgrade to reflect in his in-game performances.
Emre Can look set to have an incredible card in FIFA 21. He will be an 82-rated midfielder with 74 pace, 78 shooting, 79 passing, 80 dribblings, 83 defending, and 87 physical. Considering his potential chemistry style boosts can just turn out to be a real gem in FIFA 21.
Judging by his stats, we expect him to be a bit pricey on Ultimate Team when FIFA 21 gets released, perhaps in the 10k – 20k range, but if you’re able to get him in your starter squad, you won’t have much trouble dominating the midfield.
Ousmane Dembele’s FIFA 21 rating hasn’t been officially released yet, but according to a recent leak, he could be an 83-rated player in FIFA 21 – which would be a downgrade from his 84-rated card from last year.
An 83-rated card would make sense considering his lack of involvement in Barcelona’s first team proceedings last season, but despite the downgrade, Dembele would undoubtedly remain an overpowered player in FIFA thanks to his dribbling, pace, and five-star weak foot.
Dembele will be a bit pricey at the start of the game, though, as he cost around 50k coins when FIFA 20 was released – so get ready to spend some coins.
According to a leak, Davinson Sanchez could be an 81-rated centre-back in FIFA 21, but despite the possible downgrade from last year’s 83-rated card, Davinson Sanchez is still expected to be one of the most OP defenders at the start of FIFA 21.
Standing at 6’2 and boasting decent pace, defending and physicality, Davinson Sanchez is one player you shouldn’t overlook once FIFA 21 gets released.