The players inside the top 20 have had contrasting 12 months. Some have excelled and have become world class players, whereas others look to be on the decine.
That said, you will be lucky to get any of these players in your FUT 20 packs – but which one do you want the most?
20. Toni Kroos (OVR 90 – 89)
Club: Real Madrid
Toni Kroos has been the engine room of Real Madrid for many years and remains a top player at a highly competitive club.
The Germain is likely to remain as one of Europe’s most elite midfielders and a regular for the Galacticos, but a ratings drop is inevitable after a dire season for almost the entire Real squad.
19. Sergio Busquets (OVR 89 – 89)
The heartbeat of the Catalonian giants lies within Sergio Busquets. Despite not seeming to be a skilled player, the way he carries the ball around and cleaning up any loose ball allows for his exceptional forwards to thrive.
Expect another dangerous season from the Spaniard, but it could be his last in the first team with the arrival of Frenkie de Jong from Ajax (OVR 82).
A ratings downgrade is on the cards for the Uruguayan, and he can only hope that he remains in the 90s.
18. Antoine Griezmann (OVR 89 – 89)
Position: CF, ST
After a dream move from Atletico Madrid to FC Barcelona this summer, Antoine Griezmann joins a heavily stacked Barca side that are looking for European glory.
He will join Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez as the highest-rated players in Catalonia, but whether he lines up as a striker or left winger remains to be seen.
17. Sergio Aguero (OVR 89 – 89)
Club: Manchester City
Dominating the Premier League year after year would take a toll on normal people, not Sergio Aguero. This man scores goals for fun and on top of that his team did the domestic triple and will be hungry for the Quadruple for the season to come.
After providing us with one of the greatest Premier League stories of all-time, Sergio Aguero perhaps deserves to claim a 90 overall, but we can’t see it happening now.
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16. Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang (OVR 88 – 89)
The “Gabonese Jamie Vardy” was the joint top goalscorer last season, and it was only his first full season in the Premier League. his Prolific goal-scoring record speaks volumes for his ability and we believe he deserves to reach an 89 OVR at least.
His partnership with Alex Lacazette brought light to a fairly dim Emirates Stadium last season and we hope he can produce more of the same this season.
15. Marco Reus (OVR 88 – 89)
Position: CAM, ST
Club: Borussia Dortmund
Dortmund’s golden boy had an absolute belter of a season last year. He adopted a more centralised role and dominated most games he played in the Bundesliga.
With the gang back together in Mario Gotze and Mats Hummels with Jadon Sancho being the hot new prospect, is this the season Dortmund conquer Bayern Munich?
14. Kylian Mbappe (OVR 88 – 89) CONFIRMED
Position: ST, RW
The hottest prospect since Neymar is Kylian Mbappe, ironically his PSG teammate is in his rear-view mirror. Bursting onto the scene three years ago, the Frenchman has lit up the Ligue 1 and the Champions League proving he is a top quality forward. He is also one of the youngest players to score in a World Cup Final.
His potential is ability is insane and he has only just started his career. The sky is the limit for this young man, and it’s a surprise to see his overall has only gone up one from FIFA 19.
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13. Luka Modric (OVR 91 – 90)
Club: Real Madrid
Luka Modric will be 34 by the time FIFA 20 is released, meaning he could be lucky to remain in the 9 90s this year. The Croatian may have won a deserved Ballon d’Or last year, but he came plummeting back down to earth with a woeful season at Real Madrid.
Fortunately, not much competition is putting him under pressure at the Bernabeu, giving him the chance to win back the acclaim he received for winning four Champions League titles and hauling Croatia to the World Cup final.
12. Luis Suarez (OVR 91 – 90)
Luis Suarez is probably relieved that Neymar didn’t return to the Nou Camp this summer, with the Uruguayan the most in jeopardy of being dropped from Barcelona’s frontline. Aged 32, his best days are behind him, as shown by just the 25 goals scored in all comps last season – his lowest goals-to-game ratio since moving to Spain.
11. David de Gea (OVR 91 – 90)
Club: Manchester United
The world’s best goalkeeper had a fairly poor season last year. Not to mention his whole team was shambolic too.
The talent of David de Gea is out of this world and he has helped Manchester United more times than he has ever hindered them. Let’s hope he is back to his best in the 2019/20 season, otherwise he could slide further down this list.
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