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FIFA 22 best teams guide sees Bayern Munich claim top spot

The FIFA 22 best teams list is changing every week due to live ratings updates. So, for consistency, this particular FIFA 22 Exploration Report is based on the game’s default roster. FC Bayern tops the list despite losing a Champions League win in 2020-21, while the future kings of the continent, Chelsea, are in seventh place. Other Premier League giants on the list include Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United. But our guide to the best FIFA 22 teams only has room for one Italian team…

Bayern Munich: 258

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Attack: 92
Midfielder: 85
Defense: 81

If you have Robert Lewandowski (92) in your team, your attack is likely to be very strong. The support team of Thomas Muller (87), Leroy Sane (84) and Serge Gnabry (85) and Kingsley Coman (86) in reserve for extra firepower provide the Bavarians with deadly attacking strength.

The double center of Leon Goretzka and Joshua Kimmich in 4-2-3-1, which has not gone unnoticed lately indoors with his 88 force, is the nerve center of the team.

Need speed? Alphonso Davies is the third fastest player in FIFA 22 with 96 points in acceleration and sprint speed. Coman has a sprint speed of 93 and Sane maintains his weight with 89. Golde still has one of the best: Manuel Neuer gets 90 degrees overall. Good luck getting past it.

Paris Saint Germain: 257

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Attack: 89
Midfielder: 83
Defense: 85

Where to start with this team? With 91 points each awarded to the ‘worst’ forwards in the top three (Neymar and Kylian Mbappe), you will score. Messi limited his striking partners (93) to complete an alien trio.

The biggest restart of the French powerhouse is behind. Gianluigi Donnarumma (89) is a slight improvement over Keylor Navas (88). Sergio Ramos (88) makes a terrific centre-back partnership with Marquinhos (87). The right-back addition of Hakimi (85th) nicely adorns PSG’s new defensive look. There is no lack of depth either with Mauro Icardi, Angel Di Maria and Presnel Kimpembe waiting in the wings.

Manchester City: 256

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Attack: 85
Midfielder: 85
Defense: 86

Pep Guardiola’s side are the most versatile team in the game. They also have the best midfield with Kevin De Bruyne (91). It helps. Rodri (86) and Ilkay Gundogan (85) link up with the Belgian to power the Man City machine. In defence, they claim to have three of the top three players in their positions: defender Ruben Dias (87), right-back Joao Cancelo (86) and goalkeeper Ederson (89).

New signing Jack Grealish (84) adds to his offensive wealth at one wing. Take your poison with Raheem Sterling (88) or Riyad Mahrez (86). Perhaps City’s weak point is in the centre-forward position. The absence of Aguero (87) as a direct replacement forced Ferran Torres (82) to be used in midfield.

Liverpool: 254

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Attack: 86
Midfielder: 83
Defense: 85

Jurgen Klopp’s flamboyant side haven’t quite reached the Premier League-winning 2019/20 season and are looking to knock Manchester City out of first place in the 2021/22 season.

The Reds enjoy a stacked defense with the two most successful players in their position: centre-back Virgil van Dijk (89) and left-back Andy Robertson (87). Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara have had injury-filled and inconsistent seasons respectively, but their partnership with midfielder Fabinho still makes them a tough midfielder.

The dynamic Sadio Mane (89) and Mohamed Salah (89) juxtapose Roberto Firmino (85) in a 4-3-3 false-9 formation. Diogo Jota (82) offers Liverpool a regular alternative attacking option.

Manchester United: 252

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Attack: 85
Midfielder: 84
Defense: 83

Landing Raphael Varane (86), Jadon Sancho (87), Manchester United have been hit by the barrier in the transfer market, causing an internet debacle with the return of Cristiano Ronaldo (91). Paul Pogba (87) and Bruno Fernandes (88) can rain down on rival goalkeepers from afar. Pogba has 90 shot power and 84 long shots. Fernandes has 89 points in both.

Don’t forget Marcus Rashford, who has 92 shot power, 86 acceleration and 93 sprint speed, making him a better option on the wing against rising star Mason Greenwood (78). Other teams would play Edinson Cavani. But Ronaldo’s 95 finishes, 90 headed shots and four-star weak foot ensure the Portuguese striker finds the goal in a series of deadly and delicious ways.

Real Madrid: 252

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Attack: 84
Midfielder: 85
Defense: 83

The midfield trio of Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Casemiro is enviable. 18-year-old star Eduardo Camavinga’s 78 rating is pretty low given his obvious talent and prowess. It should go north immediately.

Karim Benzema (87) leads the attack and is flanked by Gareth Bale (82) and Eden Hazard (85). Don’t forget the Belgian. His time at Madrid hasn’t gone to plan so far, but his 89 dribbling and 88 ball control combined with four-star skill moves make the former Chelsea more than a handful of favourites.

Chelsea: 251

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Attack: 84
Midfielder: 86
Defense: 81

The reigning European champions have an intimidating ability everywhere. You know you’re dealing with quality when Ben Chillwell, Christian Pulisic and Saul Niguez have to be on the bench.

Midfielders Jorginho (85) and N’golo Kante (90) hold a 3-4-3 Thomas Tuchel distribution. The return of Romelu Lukaku brings a terrifying mix of speed (87) and power (95). It’s the center of an attack that also includes Kai Harvertz and Mason Mount. Reece James (81) and Marcos Alonso (79) show slight weaknesses, but more than make up for their defensive shortcomings offensively.

Atletico Madrid: 250

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Attack: 84
Midfielder: 83
Defense: 83

Antoine Griezmann’s forward turn towards partner Luis Suarez adds extra energy to Diego Simeone’s robust squad. The Frenchman is a versatile attacking player who allows the La Liga champions to mingle with fellow stars Marcos Llorente and Yannick Carrasco.

Jan Oblak, the toughest tests of the castle. The Slovenian player scored 91 points in total and his feline reactions are reflected in his 90-point reflexes. There is a lot of depth. The attacking 3-5-2 means there’s no room in the XI for Kieran Trippier, but he’s still a quality option nonetheless. Joao Felix has struggled to reach his lofty £113million price tag, but it gives Atlético’s front a much-needed injection of speed.

Piedmont Calcio (Juventus): 248

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Attack: 82
Midfielder: 82
Defense: 84

This team is perfectly prepared to hit their opponents at time out. A medium defense of Leonardo Bonucci (85), Matthijs de Ligt (85), Danilo (81) and Alex Sandro (83) forms the backbone of La Vieille Dame. (Incredible, Giorgio Chiellini leaves in reserve)

Manuel Locatelli and Adrian Rabiot have the 4-4-1-1 distributors in midfield and lightning speed in the attacking zone as well. Federico Chiesa is quickly becoming a first class operator and always reliable and fast Juan Cuadrado on the opposite wing. All acting as an enganche with the Argentinian Paulo Dybala. Alvaro Mortata isn’t to everyone’s taste and probably isn’t the man you’d want to replace Cristiano Ronaldo in goals.

Barcelona: 249

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Attack: 85
Midfielder: 84
Defense: 80

Barcelona won’t feel the same without Lionel Messi. Still, his new attacks are exciting on paper. Sergio Aguero (87), Memphis Depay (85) and Ousmane Dembele (83) give way to a lot of fun. Pedri is already a superstar at 18, as evidenced by his 81 rating, which could rise to 90 by the end of the season.

Defense is where the big trouble begins. Carles Puyol and Dani Alves’ peak period is over. Gerard Pique and Jordi Alba continue to remind us of the good old days but the inclusion of Eric Garcia (77) and Sergino Dest (76) in the XI emphasizes the transition period.

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FIFA 22 best teams guide sees Bayern Munich claim top spot

The FIFA 22 best teams list evolves on a weekly basis due to live ratings updates. So, for consistency’s sake, this particular FIFA 22 scouting report is based on the game’s default roster. FC Bayern top the list despite missing on Champions League glory in 2020-21, while the eventual kings of the continent, Chelsea, are in seventh spot. Other Premier League giants on the list include Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United. However, there’s only room for one Italian squad in our FIFA 22 best teams guide…
Bayern Munich: 258

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Attack: 92
Midfield: 85
Defence: 81
If you have Robert Lewandowski (92) in your team, the chances are your attack is going to be very potent. A supporting cast of Thomas Muller (87), Leroy Sane (84) and Serge Gnabry (85), with Kingsley Coman (86) on the bench for additional firepower, gives the Bavarians a deadly strikeforce.
The double-pivot of Leon Goretzka, whose recent time in the gym has not gone unnoticed with 88 strength, and Joshua Kimmich in a 4-2-3-1 forms the team’s nerve centre.
Got a need for speed? Alphonso Davies is the third fastest player in FIFA 22 with a 96 rating in acceleration and sprint speed. Coman has a sprint speed of 93 and Sane weighs in with 89. In goal, they still have one of the best: Manuel Neuer is rated 90 overall. Good luck getting past him.
Paris Saint-Germain: 257

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Attack: 89
Midfield: 83
Defence: 85
Where to even start with this squad? When the ‘worst’ attackers in the front three are rated 91 each (Neymar and Kylian Mbappe), you’ll score goals. Messi edges his striking partners (93) to round off an otherworldly trio.
The biggest reboot for the French powerhouse is at the back. Gianluigi Donnarumma (89) is a slight upgrade over Keylor Navas (88). Sergio Ramos (88) makes a formidable centre-back partnership with Marquinhos (87). Hakimi’s (85) addition at right-back decorates PSG’s new defensive look nicely. Plus there’s no shortage of depth with Mauro Icardi, Angel Di Maria and Presnel Kimpembe waiting in the wings.
Manchester City: 256

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Attack: 85
Midfield: 85
Defence: 86
Pep Guardiola’s side are the most well-rounded team in the game. They also boast the best central midfielder with Kevin De Bruyne (91). That helps. Rodri (86) and Ilkay Gundogan (85) partner the Belgian to help fuel the Man City machine. Defensively, they claim three players in the top three at their position: centre-back Ruben Dias (87), right-back Joao Cancelo (86) and goalkeeper Ederson (89).
New signing Jack Grealish (84) adds to the attackings riches on one wing. Pick your poison with Raheem Sterling (88) or Riyad Mahrez (86) on the opposite one. Perhaps City’s weak point in the centre forward position. Not directly replacing Aguero (87) has necessitated the use of Ferran Torres (82) down the middle.
Liverpool: 254

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Attack: 86
Midfield: 83
Defence: 85
Jurgen Klopp’s swashbuckling side could not quite live up to their Premier League winning season of 2019/20 and are looking to knock Manchester City off the top spot in the 2021/22 campaign.
The Reds enjoy a stacked defence with two of the top-rated players at their position: centre-back Virgil van Dijk (89) and left-back Andy Robertson (87). Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara had injury-plagued and inconsistent seasons respectively, but their partnership with holding midfielder Fabinho still forms a formidable midfield.
The dynamic Sadio Mane (89) and Mohamed Salah (89) flank Roberto Firmino (85) in a 4-3-3 false-9 formation. Diogo Jota (82) gives Liverpool a tidy alternative attacking option.
Manchester United: 252

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Attack: 85
Midfield: 84
Defence: 83
Manchester United swung for the fences in the transfer market landing Raphael Varane (86), Jadon Sancho (87) and causing an internet meltdown with the return of Cristiano Ronaldo (91). Paul Pogba (87) and Bruno Fernandes (88) may rain down on opposition goalkeepers from a distance. Pogba has 90 shot power and 84 long shots. Fernandes boasts 89 in both.
Don’t forget Marcus Rashford, who has 92 shot power, 86 acceleration and 93 sprint speed making him a better option on the wing to rising star Mason Greenwood (78). In other teams, Edinson Cavani would star. But Ronaldo’s 95 finishing, 90 heading accuracy and four-star weak foot ensure the Portuguese forward finds the net in an array of deadly and delightful ways.
Real Madrid: 252

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Attack: 84
Midfield: 85
Defence: 83
A midfield trio of Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Casemiro is one to envy. 18-year-old starlet Eduardo Camavinga’s 78 rating is pretty low considering his obvious talent and upside. That should go north in no time.
Karim Benzema (87) spearheads the attack and is flanked by Gareth Bale (82) and Eden Hazard (85). Do not forget about the Belgian. His stint in Madrid has not gone to plan so far, but his 89 dribbling and 88 ball control coupled with four-star skill moves make the ex-Chelsea favourite more than a handful.
Chelsea: 251

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Attack: 84
Midfield: 86
Defence: 81
The defending European champions have frightening talent across the board. When Ben Chillwell, Christian Pulisic and Saul Niguez have to settle for a place on the bench, you know you are dealing with quality.
Midfielders Jorginho (85) and N’golo Kante (90) anchor the 3-4-3 Thomas Tuchel deploys. The returning Romelu Lukaku brings a terrifying blend of speed (87) and strength (95). He’s the focal point of an attack which also features Kai Harvertz and Mason Mount. Reece James (81) and Marcos Alonso (79) present mild weaknesses, but whatever they lack in defence they more than make up for in attack.
Atletico Madrid: 250

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Attack: 84
Midfield: 83
Defence: 83
Antoine Griezmann’s return to partner Luis Suarez up front adds extra juice to Diego Simeone’s rugged team. The Frenchman is a versatile attacking piece allowing for the La Liga champions to mix and match with their other stars Marcos Llorente and Yannick Carrasco.
Jan Oblak is the toughest of tests in goal. The Slovenian is rated 91 overall and his cat-like reactions are reflected in his 90-rated reflexes. There is plenty of depth, too. The attacking 3-5-2 means there is no place in the XI for Kieran Trippier, but he remains a quality option. Joao Felix has struggled to live up to his lofty £113m price tag, but provides a welcome injection of speed to the Atletico front line if required.
Piemonte Calcio (Juventus): 248

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Attack: 82
Midfield: 82
Defence: 84
This team is set up perfectly to hit opponents on the break. A mean defence of Leonardo Bonucci (85), Matthijs de Ligt (85), Danilo (81) and Alex Sandro (83) provide the backbone of The Old Lady. (Incredibly, Giorgio Chiellini starts on the bench)
Manuel Locatelli and Adrian Rabiot are the distributors in midfield in a 4-4-1-1 and in attacking areas they have pace to burn. Federico Chiesa is fast becoming a world-class operator and on the opposite wing the ever-reliable, and speedy, Juan Cuadrado. All with Argentine Paulo Dybala acting as an enganche. Alvaro Mortata is not to everybody’s taste and probably isn’t the man you want replacing Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals, however.
Barcelona: 249

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Attack: 85
Midfield: 84
Defence: 80
Barcelona without Lionel Messi just won’t feel the same. Their new-look attack is an exciting one on paper, though. Sergio Aguero (87), Memphis Depay (85) and Ousmane Dembele (83) leave room for plenty of fun to be had. Pedri is already a superstar at 18, as reflected in his 81 rating, which could be touching 90 by the time the season is done.
Defence is where the big concerns start. Gone is the era of peak Carles Puyol and Dani Alves. Gerard Pique and Jordi Alba remain to remind us of the good old days, but Eric Garcia (77) and Sergino Dest’s (76) inclusions into the XI throw into focus the period of transition.
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FIFA 22 best teams guide sees Bayern Munich claim top spot

The FIFA 22 best teams list evolves on a weekly basis due to live ratings updates. So, for consistency’s sake, this particular FIFA 22 scouting report is based on the game’s default roster. FC Bayern top the list despite missing on Champions League glory in 2020-21, while the eventual kings of the continent, Chelsea, are in seventh spot. Other Premier League giants on the list include Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United. However, there’s only room for one Italian squad in our FIFA 22 best teams guide…
Bayern Munich: 258

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Attack: 92
Midfield: 85
Defence: 81
If you have Robert Lewandowski (92) in your team, the chances are your attack is going to be very potent. A supporting cast of Thomas Muller (87), Leroy Sane (84) and Serge Gnabry (85), with Kingsley Coman (86) on the bench for additional firepower, gives the Bavarians a deadly strikeforce.
The double-pivot of Leon Goretzka, whose recent time in the gym has not gone unnoticed with 88 strength, and Joshua Kimmich in a 4-2-3-1 forms the team’s nerve centre.
Got a need for speed? Alphonso Davies is the third fastest player in FIFA 22 with a 96 rating in acceleration and sprint speed. Coman has a sprint speed of 93 and Sane weighs in with 89. In goal, they still have one of the best: Manuel Neuer is rated 90 overall. Good luck getting past him.
Paris Saint-Germain: 257

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Attack: 89
Midfield: 83
Defence: 85
Where to even start with this squad? When the ‘worst’ attackers in the front three are rated 91 each (Neymar and Kylian Mbappe), you’ll score goals. Messi edges his striking partners (93) to round off an otherworldly trio.
The biggest reboot for the French powerhouse is at the back. Gianluigi Donnarumma (89) is a slight upgrade over Keylor Navas (88). Sergio Ramos (88) makes a formidable centre-back partnership with Marquinhos (87). Hakimi’s (85) addition at right-back decorates PSG’s new defensive look nicely. Plus there’s no shortage of depth with Mauro Icardi, Angel Di Maria and Presnel Kimpembe waiting in the wings.
Manchester City: 256

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Attack: 85
Midfield: 85
Defence: 86
Pep Guardiola’s side are the most well-rounded team in the game. They also boast the best central midfielder with Kevin De Bruyne (91). That helps. Rodri (86) and Ilkay Gundogan (85) partner the Belgian to help fuel the Man City machine. Defensively, they claim three players in the top three at their position: centre-back Ruben Dias (87), right-back Joao Cancelo (86) and goalkeeper Ederson (89).
New signing Jack Grealish (84) adds to the attackings riches on one wing. Pick your poison with Raheem Sterling (88) or Riyad Mahrez (86) on the opposite one. Perhaps City’s weak point in the centre forward position. Not directly replacing Aguero (87) has necessitated the use of Ferran Torres (82) down the middle.
Liverpool: 254

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Attack: 86
Midfield: 83
Defence: 85
Jurgen Klopp’s swashbuckling side could not quite live up to their Premier League winning season of 2019/20 and are looking to knock Manchester City off the top spot in the 2021/22 campaign.
The Reds enjoy a stacked defence with two of the top-rated players at their position: centre-back Virgil van Dijk (89) and left-back Andy Robertson (87). Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara had injury-plagued and inconsistent seasons respectively, but their partnership with holding midfielder Fabinho still forms a formidable midfield.
The dynamic Sadio Mane (89) and Mohamed Salah (89) flank Roberto Firmino (85) in a 4-3-3 false-9 formation. Diogo Jota (82) gives Liverpool a tidy alternative attacking option.
Manchester United: 252

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Attack: 85
Midfield: 84
Defence: 83
Manchester United swung for the fences in the transfer market landing Raphael Varane (86), Jadon Sancho (87) and causing an internet meltdown with the return of Cristiano Ronaldo (91). Paul Pogba (87) and Bruno Fernandes (88) may rain down on opposition goalkeepers from a distance. Pogba has 90 shot power and 84 long shots. Fernandes boasts 89 in both.
Don’t forget Marcus Rashford, who has 92 shot power, 86 acceleration and 93 sprint speed making him a better option on the wing to rising star Mason Greenwood (78). In other teams, Edinson Cavani would star. But Ronaldo’s 95 finishing, 90 heading accuracy and four-star weak foot ensure the Portuguese forward finds the net in an array of deadly and delightful ways.
Real Madrid: 252

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Attack: 84
Midfield: 85
Defence: 83
A midfield trio of Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Casemiro is one to envy. 18-year-old starlet Eduardo Camavinga’s 78 rating is pretty low considering his obvious talent and upside. That should go north in no time.
Karim Benzema (87) spearheads the attack and is flanked by Gareth Bale (82) and Eden Hazard (85). Do not forget about the Belgian. His stint in Madrid has not gone to plan so far, but his 89 dribbling and 88 ball control coupled with four-star skill moves make the ex-Chelsea favourite more than a handful.
Chelsea: 251

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Attack: 84
Midfield: 86
Defence: 81
The defending European champions have frightening talent across the board. When Ben Chillwell, Christian Pulisic and Saul Niguez have to settle for a place on the bench, you know you are dealing with quality.
Midfielders Jorginho (85) and N’golo Kante (90) anchor the 3-4-3 Thomas Tuchel deploys. The returning Romelu Lukaku brings a terrifying blend of speed (87) and strength (95). He’s the focal point of an attack which also features Kai Harvertz and Mason Mount. Reece James (81) and Marcos Alonso (79) present mild weaknesses, but whatever they lack in defence they more than make up for in attack.
Atletico Madrid: 250

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Attack: 84
Midfield: 83
Defence: 83
Antoine Griezmann’s return to partner Luis Suarez up front adds extra juice to Diego Simeone’s rugged team. The Frenchman is a versatile attacking piece allowing for the La Liga champions to mix and match with their other stars Marcos Llorente and Yannick Carrasco.
Jan Oblak is the toughest of tests in goal. The Slovenian is rated 91 overall and his cat-like reactions are reflected in his 90-rated reflexes. There is plenty of depth, too. The attacking 3-5-2 means there is no place in the XI for Kieran Trippier, but he remains a quality option. Joao Felix has struggled to live up to his lofty £113m price tag, but provides a welcome injection of speed to the Atletico front line if required.
Piemonte Calcio (Juventus): 248

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Attack: 82
Midfield: 82
Defence: 84
This team is set up perfectly to hit opponents on the break. A mean defence of Leonardo Bonucci (85), Matthijs de Ligt (85), Danilo (81) and Alex Sandro (83) provide the backbone of The Old Lady. (Incredibly, Giorgio Chiellini starts on the bench)
Manuel Locatelli and Adrian Rabiot are the distributors in midfield in a 4-4-1-1 and in attacking areas they have pace to burn. Federico Chiesa is fast becoming a world-class operator and on the opposite wing the ever-reliable, and speedy, Juan Cuadrado. All with Argentine Paulo Dybala acting as an enganche. Alvaro Mortata is not to everybody’s taste and probably isn’t the man you want replacing Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals, however.
Barcelona: 249

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Attack: 85
Midfield: 84
Defence: 80
Barcelona without Lionel Messi just won’t feel the same. Their new-look attack is an exciting one on paper, though. Sergio Aguero (87), Memphis Depay (85) and Ousmane Dembele (83) leave room for plenty of fun to be had. Pedri is already a superstar at 18, as reflected in his 81 rating, which could be touching 90 by the time the season is done.
Defence is where the big concerns start. Gone is the era of peak Carles Puyol and Dani Alves. Gerard Pique and Jordi Alba remain to remind us of the good old days, but Eric Garcia (77) and Sergino Dest’s (76) inclusions into the XI throw into focus the period of transition.
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