Here let’s take a look at FIFA 17 Real Madrid player rating predictions.
Danilo: 81 >> 79
From the star signing to a disappointment. Danilo didn’t lend anything more in attack than was already available and his defensive deficiencies have condemned him to the bench. His teammates say he is fantastic in training but the credit in his account for a year of adaptation to the league has expired.
Casemiro: 77 >> 80
The Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas, whom had big shoes to fill in the vacancy made by the departure of long-time Real keeper Iker Casillas. His concentration, combined with his awareness and goalkeeping abilitiesm meant he saved the hide of Madrid on several occasions. Navas’ work rate is commendable and meant that the Spanish custodians time at Madrid became but a fond memory.
Keylor Navas: 82 >> 85
Madrid’s saviour at the start of the season and one of the side’s bedrocks as the campaign wore on. Navas was installed as first choice on the rebound after the David de Gea debacle and played his way into the history books as one of the finest Real keepers of all time, conceding 35 goals in 46 games.
Luka Modric: 87 >> 88
The star, the brains of a side whose play always passes through Modric. The Croatia midfielder is the creative source, the organiser and an extra man in defence. This season he again showed he is one of the most complete midfielders in the world. When Modric is off key, so are Madrid.
Toni Kroos: 87 >> 86
The German reached the end of the season exhausted, and had been on the wane since December. Madrid have no replacement for Kroos and the amount of minutes he has played caught up with him. That said, he was one of Real’s best players in the final game of Champions League.
Sergio Ramos: 87 >> 88
A mixed season from the captain. His shoulder problems affected him during the first half of the season but he was able to play to his highest level in the big games, as in Milan.
Jesé Rodríguez: 87 >> 87
A go-to sub for Zidane, although he started only a few games and racked up around 1,200 minutes in total. Six goals and eight assists wasn’t a bad return, but he has too much competition in front of him.
Karim Benzema: 86 >> 87
Benzema’s personal problems have overshadowed the striker’s second-most prolific season with Real, in which he hit 28 goals. Benítez challenged him at the start of the season to reach 20-25. Even so, he missed out on the Euros due to his legal issues and started the season in much better form than he ended it.
Gareth Bale: 87 >> 88
Arguably Bale has been the best performing component of the BBC this season. He started out in the centre and on his return to the wing he has been one of Real’s most dangerous attacking outlets. Every injury has obliged him to start from scratch but he has been a lot more involved in Real’s attacking play than 19 goals and 15 assists suggest.
Cristiano Ronaldo: 93 >> 93
Portuguese wizard Cristiano Ronaldo must of course be the best player of his club in this season with his goal scoring prowess evident once more, totaling 35 goals scored in his 36 La Liga appearances. If that was not enough to prove his critics wrong, the 31-year-old has found the back of the net 16 times from 11 showings in the continental tournament.