With that in mind - and with UCL at an end - we could well see more major boosts come for Europe's stars.
Real Madrid lifted the trophy once more, and we could end up seeing a Team of the Tournament arrive soon in FIFA 22.
UCL Team of the Tournament
The Champions League has had another belting season, with Real Madrid once again lifting Europe's biggest prize.
With a Team of the Tournament arriving in FIFA in previous years, we've taken a look at 11 players who should be in for a major boost in FIFA 22.
Would Real Madrid have lifted the trophy if it wasn't for this man?
Heroic performances throughout the tournament - including a monumental display in the final - there is no other choice than Courtois to guard the net for this side.
Another vital part of Real Madrid's UCL winning team, it feels like Caravajal is due a boost in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team.
His role may go unthanked, but there's no doubting that this Spanish full-back is a key part of Ancelotti's side.
In his final season at Stamford Bridge, Antonio Rudiger has consistently shown his class, especially in the Champions League.
A born leader who is heading to the Spanish capital this summer, could Rudiger feature even more prominently in this team next season?
Virgil Van Dijk
Despite a disappointing final for Liverpool, there's no doubt that Virgil Van Dijk has been a true stalwart for Liverpool throughout the competition.
The Dutch dominator has been incredible once more for Klopp's men, and he more than deserves a spot in this team.
An underrated cog in Real Madrid's well-oiled machine, Ferland Mendy is a star of the future.
Playing consistently well throughout the tournament, the Frenchman has already had a good start to life in Madrid.
Fabinho has turned a corner this season, with the Brazilian making himself irreplaceable for Liverpool.
A consistent star for Klopp's men throughout, we have a feeling this card would be pretty sought-after in FIFA 22.
Luka Modric is a player that continues to defy the odds.
Despite his age, the Croatian playmaker has shown his class once more in the Champions League this season, guiding Real to yet another major trophy.
Kevin De Bruyne
It may not have been the Champions League campaign they had hoped for, but Kevin De Bruyne has still shown more than enough to be in this team.
A man for the big moment who seems to get better and better, KDB would easily walk into a UCL Team of the Tournament.
Villareal were the feel-good story of the Champions League this season, with Emery's Yellow Submarine going all the way to the semi-finals.
They gave it everything they had, and Danjuma was undoubtedly a key part of that fairytale journey.
He scored the most important goal of the tournament, what more could you ask for?
A sublime player who only seems to be getting better, we'd be comfortable saying that Vinicius Junior will be winning more major honours throughout his career.
99 ratings may not be given out frivolously by EA anymore, but there's no doubt that Karim Benzema is deserving of one.
The UCL top scorer and the captain of the winning side, Benzema has to be the figurehead of this insane squad.