FIFA 22 - Top 10 Best Rated Players Five Years from Now: Rashford, Renato Sanchez & Hector Bellerin among the big-names in future versionPublished September 12, 2016
With anticipation of the new FIFA 17 game at an all-time high, the release of the latest version of the ever popular game set for September 29th, we thought it would be fun to fast forward five years to FIFA 22 and who the big stars would be and where they might be pitched up by that point.
FIFA 22, set for release in late September 2021.
Paul Pogba (Barcelona)
After an unsuccessful stint back at Manchester United, and constant in-fighting with Jose Mourinho, the rangy French international is now firmly ensconsed in the Nou Camp side and proving a massive success linking midfield to attack.
Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
Now 34 years of age the Argentine’s legs are not quite the same but his trickery knows no bounds and the 7 time Ballon d”Or winner is still one of the top ten rated player in the FIFA 22 game. His long-term rival Cristiano Ronaldo has called time on his footballing career and is looking to break Hollywood.
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
Having finished top-scorer in the Premier League two seasons on the trot the England international regular is perhaps the most lethal forward in the game and a much sought after target.
David De Gea (Manchester United)
The Spaniard is now commonly accepted as the best keeper in world football and Man United have seen off multiple attempts from Real Madrid to nab the custodian, and has amazinly only recently turned 30 and therefore has many years in the tank.
Renato Sanches (Bayern Munich)
The Portuguese midfield maestro is by now an Allianz Arena hero who’s purposeful runs are a feature of the German side’s dominance. Often a target of the big two in Spain, the Euro 2020 hero is said to be happy to remain at the Bavarian outfit.
Oliver Burke (Real Madrid)
The highly rated Scot completed a big money move to Germany last month and is tipped to become the ‘next Gareth Bale’ and we believe a move to the Bernabeu could follow in due course.
Pablo Dybala (Juventus)
By now the Argentine is something of a club legend in Turin, the ‘South American Del Piero’ has pushed the Italian side to European, as well as domestic, honours.
Hector Bellerin (Barcelona)
The right-back has made his inevitable return to the Nou Camp and is offering a superb line of service in an attacking wide-role and scores heavily in FIFA 22 ratings for pace
Gabigol (Real Madrid)
After serving a European apprenticeship with Inter Milan Gabriel Barbosa is the big summer 2021 Real Madrid Galatico buy and is looking to put La Liga defences to the sword.
Dele Alli (Chelsea)
Having completed his contentious move from White Hart Lane to Stamford Bridge the midfielder is fast becoming the ‘New Frank Lampard’ at the West London club, scoring alarmingly regularly for both club and country and one of the hottest properties around.