08 Oct 2021 1:40 PM +00:00

FIFA 22 Man Utd Ratings: Ronaldo awarded September Player of the Month

The full ratings database in FIFA 22 is available alongside the full game, with a few Man Utd players receiving healthy upgrades!

Check out how Cristiano Ronaldo and his new Manchester United teammates will be rated in FIFA 22 below.

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Latest - September Player of the Month

September’s Premier League Player of the Month has been revealed in FIFA 22, with Cristiano Ronaldo picking up the award and receiving an incredible 92-rated SBC card.

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Ronaldo has hit the ground running upon his return to Manchester, and his three goals last month are more than deserving of yet another individual accolade.

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See how to unlock Ronaldo's 92 OVR SBC.

Cristiano Ronaldo (OVR 91)

No longer the second-best in the game, Ronaldo has seen his ratings drop in FIFA 22.

Despite being the golden boot winner in Serie A, EA has decided he is no longer leading the pack behind Messi.

Cristiano Ronaldo now shares the title of best Premier League player with Kevin De Bruyne.

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Bruno Fernandes (OVR 88)

Man Utd fans were screaming out for their main man Bruno Fernandes to reach a 90 rating, but they must remember that half of his Premier League goals last season came from the penalty spot.

Perhaps to get to that top-level, Bruno needs a higher calibre of players around him, with the Portuguese looking flat during the Europa League final against Villarreal.

After a great first full season in England, Bruno has been bumped up to an 88 OVR.

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Paul Pogba (OVR 87)

EA has rewarded Paul Pogba's excellent form with a +1 OVR boost.

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Pogba's stats aren't actually much better than his FIFA 21 card though, with a -2 pace downgrade, -2 physicality, and just a +1 dribbling and +1 defending boost.

Man Utd fans will love to see their World Cup winner rated 87 OVR nonetheless!

Jadon Sancho (OVR 87)

Sancho has retained his 87 OVR from FIFA 21 in FIFA 22.

But, EA has somehow dropped Sancho's pace from an already low 83 to 81 this year!?

However, the Englishman has been given a slight boost to his shooting, passing, and physicality.

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Raphael Varane (OVR 86)

He's here and he's beautiful! Raphael Varane will be a quality addition to United's squad, and will also be a major player in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team too.

How he adapts to the Premier League is a different story, but he will be terrific in FIFA 22.

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Marcus Rashford (OVR 85)

Marcus Rashford has been busy this year!

The inspiring Englishman's fight to feed Britain's children didn't stop him from having a big impact with Manchester United this season, linking up with Bruno Fernandes brilliantly.

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Edinson Cavani (OVR 85)

Cavani has done the Manchester United number 7 shirt proud since he arrived at Old Trafford.

The Uruguayan scored 10 goals and picked up 3 assists in just 26 Premier League appearances last season.

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David De Gea (OVR 84)

David De Gea will always be loved amongst United fans, but unfortunately, he fell out of favour with the manager last season.

As a result of this, the Spaniard's FIFA 22 rating has dropped to 84 OVR.

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Luke Shaw (OVR 84)

Shaw has silenced his haters this season by performing brilliantly for Man Utd.

England's number one choice left-back was both an attacking threat and solid in defence last year, and is worthy of his hefty improvements.

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Harry Maguire (OVR 84)

Maguire has been solid at the back for Manchester United, linking up with left-back Luke Shaw excellently.

Harry Maguire was also a key part of England's Euro 2020 team, pairing with John Stones and conceding just one goal throughout the tournament.

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Aaron Wan-Bissaka (OVR 83)

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been excellent defensively for Man Utd, while his attacking game has improved a lot too over the past year.

The young Englishman is let down by his attacking game, but he has plenty of time to learn and will keep on improving.