A few days before the official release of FIFA 22, the ratings of the Principality’s club players have been unveiled. Discover them now.
D-7. Seven as the number of days remaining until the official release of FIFA 22 scheduled for October 1. Seven as the number of days to have to wait before being able to humiliate your pals and test your team on FIFA Ultimate Team. We know that the wait is long. But to make you wait a little longer and to help you in the design of your future team, the notes of the players of AS Monaco have just been released.
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– AS Monaco 🇲🇨 (@AS_Monaco) September 24, 2021
The Yedderland duo in the top 14 of the championship
So who has the best score in the Red and White squad? Well, it’s just captain Wissam Ben Yedder who is awarded – like last season – an overall rating of 84. In detail, we can notably notice a very nice 87 in dribbling or an 84 in shooting.
The number 10 asemist is one point ahead of his attacking friend Kevin Volland, holder of a score of 83. This allows them to appear in the best scores of the French championship (12th for the French international and 14th for the ‘German).
The Tchouameni card on the rise
Behind the Yedderland duo, we find three players with a score of 79, namely Aleksandr Golovin, Ruben Aguilar and Aurélien Tchouameni. Author of an exceptional last season, the number 8 Monegasque sees his card being increased by eight points compared to the previous opus. Then follow Djibril Sidibé, Gelson Martins and Youssouf Fofana with 78. Another good progression is to be noted. It is that of Benoît Badiashile who goes from 71 to 76.
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– AS Monaco Esports (@ASMonacoEsports) September 24, 2021
Five players participate in “Note your Pote”
Before knowing their ratings, some AS Monaco players participated in the “Note your Pote” game. This was the case for Djibril Sidibé, Kevin Volland, Wissam Ben Yedder, Alexander Nübel and Ruben Aguilar. The principle was simple since everyone had to try to guess the score of the other, going from general to physical through dribbling. All of course in a good mood.
So now that you know the ratings of AS Monaco players, are you satisfied?