Manchester United’s ratings on EA Sports FC 24 have been leaked online and fans are not happy with some of the scores handed out.
The new game, which is the first under the new name following the split from FIFA, is set to be released worldwide on September 29.
Every year the ratings are a huge talking point and already several marks from the big teams have been circulating ahead of launch.
United’s were posted on social media on Tuesday and it’s fair to say that fans do not agree with many of the ratings given.
Following on from Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Saudi Arabia side Al Nassr, Casemiro became the Red Devils’ highest-rated player on FIFA 23 and the Brazilian retains his 89 rating for EA FC 24.
Just behind him, now back up to 88, is United captain Bruno Fernandes, while Marcus Rashford, Raphael Varane and new goalkeeper Andre Onana have all been given an overall of 85.
Lisandro Martinez has seen his mark increase by three to 84 but Jadon Sancho and Mason Mount won’t be best pleased with their respective scores of 82 and 81.
Another new man, £75 million striker Rasmus Hojlund is a player with potential and he is 76-rated, one more than fellow talent Alejandro Garnacho.
Interestingly there are no ratings visible for Christian Eriksen or Antony – though a separate leak indicates that he has been given a huge pace downgrade.
The general consensus from the fanbase is that United’s scores aren’t correct and plenty should be higher.
On X, one fan claimed: “They’ll never stop disrespecting my club.”
Another said: “What’s Rashford gotta do for a 88+ rating man.
A third added: “That is genuinely criminal.”
A fourth user asked: “How is Wan Bissaka’s defending 77?”
A fifth commented: “These ratings are a legit p***take.”
A final person opined: “I don’t know what this rating is about, but you can’t rate Sancho ahead of Garnacho.”
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi’s ratings have been shared online – as have the ratings for both Arsenal and Chelsea, with the latter’s summing up the club’s demise as only Enzo Fernandez, Raheem Sterling, Ben Chilwell and Moises Caicedo are 80+ rated.