A number of professional players have expressed their dissatisfaction over their ratings on the new FIFA 18.
FIFA 18 rating: 84
The 20-year-old claims that he will not play the game until his FIFA rating is increased.
Having won the PFA Young Player of the Year two years running, he is seen as one of the best youngsters in the world.
Dele Alli’s rating is on par with the likes of Marco Asensio, Koke and Sadio Mane; so, for now, the rating is justified in our eye’s.
The England international said:
“To be honest I don’t think I’ll use myself in the game because I don’t think my rating is very good.
I’m going to refuse to play with myself until I’m a little bit more realistic!”
FIFA 18 rating:86
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) September 11, 2017
The Brazilian is fine with his overall rating, getting what he asked for, however his issue is with his individual stats.
The central-defender was not happy with his pace (70), shooting (64) and passing (74).
Given his ability to take a free-kick we agree that maybe his shooting could be notched up a bit.
FIFA 18 rating:78
— Benjamin Mendy (@benmendy23) September 14, 2017
The French full-back really was really not happy with his FIFA rating.
This is justified though, as he is the same rating as the likes of Scott Dann, Jack Cork and Ben Mee.
Having had an excellent title-winning season at AS Monaco last year, this rating is definitely unfair.
The 23-year-old has also made an excellent start to life in the Premier League.
FIFA 18 rating:80
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— Michy Batshuayi (@mbatshuayi) September 20, 2017
The 23-year-old is really not happy with his rating and has very much made this publically known.
The problem is with his overall rating.
For us, this is fair given he is 2 ratings higher than Llorente, who scored 10 Premier League goals more than the Belgian last season.