The Arsenal FIFA 22 player ratings have leaked and gunners can now see EA’s scores for Bukayo Saka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Football fans only have to wait less than a week longer to enjoy the early access time-limited trial over on EA Play. This will be available in place of the free-to-play demo which stopped happening with last year’s entry.
The forthcoming trial will allow fans of every club to play as their team, but there are numerous controversial leaks that have upset armchair football experts.
Arsenal FIFA 22 ratings
Below are the leaked Arsenal FIFA 22 player ratings so far:
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 85
- Bernd Leno – 84
- Thomas Partey – 83
- Alexander Lacazette – 82
- Martin Ødegaard – 82
- Nicolas Pépé – 81
- Kieran Tierney – 80
- Bukayo Saka – 80
- Gabriel – 79
- Rob Holding – 77
- Emile Smith Rowe – 76
- Ben White – 76
- Ainsley Maitland-Niles
- Tomiyasu – 75
- Gabriel Martinelli – 74
All of the above scores come courtesy of now_arsenal over on Twitter. Know that none of the above are official as of writing as they are merely leaks.
What is Bukayo Saka‘s FIFA 22 rating?
The FIFA 22 player rating for Bukayo Saka is 80.
It is one of the most controversial ratings so far as Manchester United fans are adamant that he should not be higher than Mason Greenwood. This is because Greenwood scored more during the 20/21 Premier League season.
On the other hand, some Arsenal fans think Saka should be higher-rated because of his performances in both red and white for club and country. If you hold this opinion, you should know that EA has recognised Bukayo’s contributions and regular status by upgrading him from his 75 rating in FIFA 21.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is reportedly the club’s highest rated player at 85 which is a downgrade from 87 in FIFA 21.
Some gooners might be annoyed by this decline, but it’s supported by Premier League statistics. He scored 22 goals and assisted three in the 19/20 season, whereas in 20/21 he only scored ten. Not only that, but his shot accuracy also dipped from 45% to 37%.
None of Arsenal’s player ratings are anywhere near the best in the Premier League let alone the world, and few gooners could argue with this as the club finished 8th both in the 19/20 and 20/21 season.