FIFA 22: Arsenal 'flop' handed GIANT boost in latest Ratings Update

The latest FIFA 22 ratings update has now gone live, and EA has made some BIG calls regarding several Premier League stars this week.

We've compiled all the main upgrades and downgrades that are now live in the latest version of the FIFA 22 squads below.


The following players have seen their overall rating upgraded in the FIFA 22 database.

Fabinho (OVR 86 - OVR 87)

Liverpool and Brazil international midfielder Fabinho is quite simply world-class.

Fabinho plays a crucial role in the Reds' midfield in the number 6 position and has helped them climb the Premier League table to the point where they are within touching distance from Man City.

Mateo Kovacic (OVR 83 - OVR 84)

Mateo Kovacic's performances at Chelsea may have gone under the radar, but the Croatian international has been brilliant this season.

Forming a formidable midfield duo alongside France World Cup winner N'Golo Kante, Kovacic has all the attributes that a top CM needs and even an 84 OVR seems too low in FIFA 22.

Aaron Ramsdale (OVR 80 - OVR 81)

Arsenal fans were sceptical, to say the least when the club spent £30 million on Aaron Ramsdale in the summer transfer window, but the English 'keeper has silenced all his critics and then some.

Ramsdale has been outstanding for the Gunners this season in both shot-stopping and in his distribution and EA has bumped him up to an 81 OVR from an original 74 OVR at the start of FIFA 22.

Pedri (OVR 81 - OVR 82)

At the age of just 19 years, Spanish sensation Pedri is already performing at a top-class level consistently and leads Barcelona in ball progression and creativity.

The La Masia academy graduate is one of the most promising youngsters in world football and has already reached 82 OVR in FIFA 22, with a potential rating of 91 OVR.


The latest Ratings Update did not bring us many significant player downgrades, however, one man, in particular, has struggled recently.

Marcel Sabitzer (OVR 83 - OVR 82)

Bayern Munich fans had high hopes for Marcel Sabitzer when they signed him in the summer from fellow Bundesliga club RB Leipzig, where the Austrian had played so well over the past five seasons.

However, Sabitzer has had a tough start to life with the German Champions and has struggled to make himself a regular in a midfield packed with talent from the likes of Leon Goretzka and Joshua Kimmich.

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