Bayern Munich secured their ninth title in a row last season, and will be looking to make it 10 in a row this term.
After raiding RB Leipzig over the summer - taking their manager, club captain and young centre back - they appear to have tried slowing down their opposition by taking their stars.
Here is how they are shaping up on FIFA 22.
Latest - Top 22 confirmed, more following
EA revealed the top 22 players in FIFA 22 with this tweet:
Since then we have been seeing clubs follow with full squads, as well as EA dropping league related best squads.
They haven't shown a Bundesliga top 11 yet, but when they do expect Bayern to dominate the team.
Robert Lewandowski (OVR 92)
He has done it!
Robert Lewandowski is the player that manages to disrupt the dominance of a Messi/Ronaldo top two.
Despite being 32 years old, Lewandowski put up some of the best numbers in world football, even earning rumours of securing the Ballon d’Or this year.
Having led Bayern Munich to league glory, it is time Lewandowski was recognised as one of the best.
Manuel Neuer (OVR 90)
There isn't too much to say that hasn’t already been said about Neuer.
Although Neuer didn’t keep quite as many clean sheets as last season and suffered a disappointing Euro’s campaign with Germany, he still remains one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
He even managed an unexpected upgrade to a 90 OVR.
Joshua Kimmich (OVR 89)
Despite missing some of Bayern Munich's games early in the season due to injury, Kimmich bounced back and proved he is one of the best in the world at what he does.
Whether he is asked to play as a defensive midfielder or at right-back, Joshua’s immense work rate and desire to win means he plays to the highest standard.
Thomas Muller (OVR 86 → 88)
Another Bayern Munich player proving age is just a number.
31-year-old Muller got the most assists and second most goals behind Lewandowski for Bayern Munich last season.
Despite pressure from younger talent, Muller over-delivered which is why we are backing him to get an upgrade going into next year’s game.
Leon Goretzka (OVR 84 → 86)
In a short space of time, Goretzka has not only transformed his appearance but also transformed his playing style into one of the best box-to-box midfielders in the game.
Alongside Kimmich in the middle of the park, Goretzka proved he has become a more mature player and shown his versatility as well.
We predict Goretzka, along with his teammate Kimmich, will see an upgrade in FIFA 22.
Serge Gnabry (OVR 85 → 85)
Gnabry has transformed into one of football’s top wingers since moving to Bayern Munich and has continued to impress in recent months.
Serge scored slightly more goals - 10 - than his right-wing counterpart Coman last season, but only managed five assists.
Ultimately, we think Gnabry has done enough to retain his 85 rating going into FIFA 22.
Marcel Sabitzer (OVR 84 → 85)
After playing a couple of games for RB Leipzig this season Sabitzer was lured away to Bayern.
The midfielder is a real box-to-box player, with great athleticism and power to his game. A midfield duo of him and Goretzka would worry most opposition.
Decent form last season and a move to Bayern could see his rating given a boost too.
Kingsley Coman (OVR 84 → 84)
Coman has played in some of Europe’s top leagues throughout his career and has collected many titles along the way.
Scoring just 5 goals but adding assists to his game this season, Coman has fought his way into the Bayern Munich's team over the likes of Sané on multiple occasions.
Despite this, we still think 84 is a fair reflection of Coman’s ability and contributions last season.
Niklas Süle (OVR 84 → 82)
Rumours suggested Süle could be making his way to Chelsea next season as he fell out of favour with Hansi Flick.
However, with Nagelsmann now in charge, Bayern Munich reportedly want to extend Süle’s contract until 2023.
Due to a slight lack of game time, we predict a downgrade for Süle next year but that could change if he works his way back to become Bayern Munich's star defender once more.
Alphonso Davies (OVR 82)
Despite Bayern Munich having a number of players coming to the end of their careers, Davies career is just beginning.
Unfortunately, he was hampered with one relatively lengthy injury meaning he missed nine games for Bayern last season but quickly bounced back and returned to the starting line-up.
Dayot Upamecano (OVR 79 → 81)
With Nagelsmann reportedly planning on playing three centre backs next season, Bayern Munich's newest recruit is likely to slot right into the First 11.
At just 22, Upamecano has a lot to prove moving to the German giants, but many have regarded this as a great bit of business for Bayern as Dayot was already playing regularly for Bundesliga runners-up RB Leipzig.
With the big transfer to Bayern Munich, we believe Upamecano will see an upgrade next year.