With FIFA 22 imminent ratings are being revealed thick and fast. We're taking a look at some of the top teams to see what's changed.
Spurs have begun the season brightly (Palace game outstanding) and the news that Harry Kane will stay is an added bonus.
At least they have European football - albeit the new third-tier Europa Conference League, but what effect will such a varied season have on their player ratings?
Latest News - TWO superstars revealed
EA confirmed the top 22 player ratings - and Spurs supporters will be happy!
We wait to see what the rest of the ratings have in store for the team, but the big two stand out massively!
Harry Kane remains a Spurs player... for the time being.
Kane's move to Manchester City never materialised and he will stay at Spurs at least until January.
This is great news for the club as they are not only keeping their best player, but one of the very best in the world.
Harry Kane (OVR 90)
The standout player once again for Spurs, Kane racked up 33 goals and 17 assists in all competitions this season, not only claiming the Premier League Golden Boot for his third time but also most assists this season.
Kane is once again Spurs' highest-rated player.
Heung Min Son (OVR 89)
Great return for Son last season, linking up exceptionally with Kane. It's clear without these two Tottenham would struggle.
He didn't do enough to reach 90 OVR, but his ongoing consistency sees him right up near the top!
Hugo Lloris (OVR 87 → 87)
Another steady season for France's number one, we don't expect to see any change in rating here.
12 clean sheets in the Prem isn't to be sniffed at, so once again Lloris looks to be amongst the best goalies in the game.
Tanguy Ndombele (OVR 80 → 83)
He struggled to find his feet as a new arrival, but then won Mourinho over and put in some great displays to cement himself as a regular starter.
Expect to see Ndombele get a much-warranted boost, and we suspect he will be an early Ultimate Team favourite.
Lucas Moura (OVR 83 → 83)
Always reliable, sometimes sparkling, but never hitting consistently great heights, we think it's much the same for the Brazilian this year.
Someone who adds to the team, probably as a super-sub, to give a blast of pace when it's needed. He may see more game time under Nuno if Spurs don't invest, added with the loss of Bale.
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (OVR 80 → 83)
Steady and solid in the center, another man who has earned his rating increase.
People weren't sure about the move at first, but some great performances for Tottenham and now Denmark will surely see his stock rise.
Sergio Reguilón (OVR 82 → 82)
He looks like a strong signing who could develop well.
No ratings increase yet, but under Nuno - with the way he utilizes full-backs and wing-backs - we could see that change over the season.
Steven Bergwijn (OVR 83 → 82)
Probably slightly overrated on FIFA 21, a drop in rating doesn't feel too harsh for 22.
It's clear he has the ability, but we need to see him impact games more.
Dele Alli (OVR 83 → 82)
A drop in rating will certainly hit Dele, but only time will tell how much of one. He was given barely any game time, dropped from the England squad, and had transfer rumours plaguing him throughout the season.
We know what a talent he is, which may help in not getting a drastic ratings change, but we're being optimistic with a OVR 82.