It’s just over a month away from the launch of FIFA 17, but it looks like Liverpool fans may be disappointed in the game when it comes out.
Despite early footage showing great-looking Jurgen Klopp celebrations and the usuaL high-quality player animations, the Reds player ratings seem to be on the low side.
Philippe Coutinho is the best player with a rating of 84, but that is less than Alexis Sanchez (86) and Mezut Ozil at Arsenal (88), as well as Chelsea’s Eden Hazard with 89. Even Willian, a good player for certain but not in Coutinho’s class, scores 85. Henrikh Mkhitaryan scores an incredible 87 at Manchester United.
Adam Lallana is on 81 and Roberto Firmino 82.
Daniel Sturridge has 83 in attack and Divock Origi 77, which is less than Diego Costa and only on a par with Olivier Giroud.
In midfield Emre Can and Jordan Henderson both score 79, while Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas is an 87 and Moussa Dembele of Tottenham scores an 80. Amazingly, Bastien Schweinsteiger is an 86 at Man United, with Paul Pogba a more realistic 87.
Nathanial Clyne at right back scores 80, although staggeringly that is one less than Matteo Darmian at United and Bacary Sagna at Man City.