The Premier League is back and Manchester City are looking to take back their title.
Pep Guardiola's side was blown away by Liverpool last season, but with a plethora of stars at his disposal, Pep will be looking to take it straight back.
Here is the best of the boys in blue in FIFA 21.
Kevin De Bruyne (OVR 91)
The Premier Leagues Player of the Year is officially the best Premier League player in FIFA 21.
Few can argue it either. The Belgian was on a different level during the last campaign and Pep will be hoping he can bring that creative spark again this season in the hunt for the title.
Sergio Aguero (OVR 89)
Injuries meant we didn't see much of Aguero during the back end of last season, but he remains one of Europe's most lethal finishers.
It's an 89 OVR for a fifth consecutive season for Manchester City's all time leading goalscorer.
Raheem Sterling (OVR 88)
Raheem Sterling keeps going from strength to strength and again comes in as one of the games best wingers.
There is no change to Raheem's overall, but there is a boost to his shooting after scoring 30 goals in all competitions during the last campaign.
Ederson (OVR 88)
He's one of the most unorthodox keepers in the Premier League, but he's also one of the best.
No keeper quite compares when it comes to playing out from the back, and 93 kicking means he'll be the start of all of your attacks on FIFA 21.
Bernardo Silva (OVR 87)
He's the perfect Pep player!
Bernardo's versatility means he has been deployed as a winger for much of the last couple of campaigns. But with David Silva gone, could he make a push for a more central role?
Aymeric Laporte (OVR 87)
His absence was one of the main reasons for City's pitiful title defence last season.
Arguably the best left-footed centre back in the world, when he's fit, he takes some beating!
Riyad Mahrez (OVR 85)
Mahrez was one of Manchester City's standout players last season.
The Algerian enjoyed his finest season in a Manchester City shirt and is full value for his upgrade, albeit a small one, as he jumps from 84 to 85.
Rodri (OVR 85)
There was big things expected of Rodri given his £62 million transfer fee, and we think he settled into life in England quite nicely.
He didn't pull up any trees in his first campaign in the Premier League, but he was a solid addition nonetheless.
Kyle Walker (OVR 85)
Despite entering his 30's, Kyle Walker seems to be getting better and better!
The English fullback was one of City's standout performers post lockdown and he will remain a FUT favourite in FIFA 21!