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West Ham United star Declan Rice continues to make strides – and that has been represented in his new rating for the upcoming FIFA 22 game.

Rice not only played a key role for West Ham last season, but then starred for England at Euro 2020.

Rice is developing all the times, and with FIFA 22 around the corner, West Ham fans have wondered about his rating.

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Declan Rice’s FIFA 22 rating

The West Ham star started FIFA 21 with a 78 overall rating. By the end of FIFA 21, Rice had been moved up to a 79 overall rating.

From the start of Ultimate Team, Rice had just 62 pace. Other key stats were 37 shooting, 64 passing, 68 dribbling, 77 defending and 77 physicals.

Rice has received a huge upgrade FIFA 22 rating, moving to 82 overall from the start of the game.

His stat breakdown is as thus; 66 pace, 53 shooting, 71 passing, 74 dribbling, 81 defending, 79 physicals.

Rice has received upgrades in every single area moving into FIFA 22, boosting his rating up four points.

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Grealish reacts to Rice rating

Rice and England teammate Jack Grealish have been reacting to their FIFA ratings from over the years.

When Rice’s FIFA 22 rating was revealed, Grealish seemingly felt the West Ham man had been short-changed.

Grealish feels that Rice should have much better passing given his position.

Grealish added that there will be holding midfielders in the Premier League with better passing ratings than Rice on FIFA 22, which he thinks is ‘mad’.

“I think you’ve got nice passing, but I think your passing should be higher,” said Grealish. “Look at mine, I’ve got 83 to your 71 – that’s too much of a jump! Holding mid mate, get it, give it.”

“You know what’s mad though, I’m not even just saying this. Dec is obviously one of the best holding mids in the league, there’s gonna be some holding mids in the league that are gonna be way higher,” he added.

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