With FIFA 21 just around the corner, here’s a look at five teams we can’t wait to play with as soon as we get our copy of the game.
Over the last few iterations of FIFA, Chelsea went from being an absolute powerhouse on the game to be the team nobody wants to select.
On FIFA 20, they lack pace upfront and their midfield is pretty shabby, but they now look set to be one of the most complete teams on FIFA 21 following the arrival of Timo Werner and left-footed wizard Hakim Ziyech.
Frank Lampard is also expected to complete a few other signings before FIFA 21 rolls out with Chelsea currently linked with Kai Havertz and Sergio Regullion, Chelsea could reclaim their status as one of the best teams to use on FIFA.
After conquering England last season, Liverpool’s players are expected to receive rating upgrades ahead of FIFA 21 – that means the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Virgil Van Dijk will be even more OP than they currently are on FIFA 20 by the time FIFA 21 gets released.
Players like Trent-Alexander Arnold and Andrew Robertson are also expected to receive upgrades to their pace and passing stats following their brilliant individual campaigns, so we’re really looking forward to using Liverpool with faster full-backs and more potent attackers on FIFA 21.
Bayern is absolutely phenomenal in real life, and their incredible displays in the Bundesliga and the Champions League are sure to be translated into high ratings on FIFA 21.
Following the arrival of Leroy Sane, Bayern’s squad will have tons of pace on FIFA 21, as you’ll be able to play the likes of Serge Gnabry and Sane up front alongside the goal machine, Robert Lewandowski.
By the looks of things, they might turn out to be the very best team to use on FIFA 21, especially if they manage to sign one or two new defenders in the summer transfer window.
Barcelona always seems to have something different to offer on every new iteration of FIFA – FIFA 21 will be no different in that regard.
It will be interesting to see how the team shapes up, and if the game mechanics suit Lionel Messi’s style of play even better than they did on FIFA 20.
Barcelona is also reportedly in the market for some new players so they could be rocking a new and improved squad by the time FIFA 21 gets released on the 6th of October.
Despite losing Ronaldo to Juventus, Real Madrid still have one of the most complete squads on FIFA 20, boasting the likes of Sergio Ramos and Varane in defence – Hazard and Vinicius on the wings as well as Bale and Benzema upfront.
While it’s unlikely that Bale will still be at Madrid by the time FIFA 21 rolls out, Real Madrid is looking to sign some new galacticos, the first of which could be Paulo Dybala.
Dybala playing alongside Hazard, Vinicius and Benzema could make Real Madrid a real powerhouse on FIFA 21.