In the midst of all this TOTS excitement, there are still major cards landing in the form of Team of the Week players.
Check out every single new in-form card in this week's squad, including some huge cards for several Premier League stars.
Latest - TOTW 36 out NOW
The official EA Sports FIFA Twitter account has just revealed the TOTW 36 squad which is now available in packs.
Premier League Golden Boot winner Heung Min Son headlines the squad with an incredible 92 OVR card that rivals the Premier League TOTS forwards.
Fellow Premier League players Andrew Robertson, Ilkay Gundogan, Jack Harrison and Cedric Soares are all included too.
Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina international Angel Di Maria has been handed a brilliant 90 OVR in-form card that boasts five-star skill moves.
La Liga players Gabriel Paulista and Diego Lopez both feature in TOTW 36 too.
Heung-min Son (OVR 92)
The Premier League golden boot winner is certain to feature in this week's TOTW, with Son a part of the Tottenham side that dispatched desperate Norwich with ease on the final day.
Two goals and a first career golden boot for Son, it wasn't a bad weekend for the South Korean superstar.
Ilkay Gundogan (OVR 88)
Manchester City left it late again, with another 3-2 win, coming back from 2-0 down to win the league on the final day of the season.
Three goals in five minutes saved City's season, with Ilkay Gundogan coming off the bench to score two of them.
Olivier Giroud (OVR 84)
In another league that went down to the last day of the season, Milan's win meant they managed to stop Inter from making it two Serie A titles on the bounce.
It was a fairly easy win against mid-table Sassuolo, with Milan taking a 3-0 lead into half-time.
Olivier Giroud scored a brace, although his teammate Rafael Leao may see an inclusion over him in the Team of the Week, providing the assist for all three goals.
Angel Di Maria (OVR 90)
Angel Di Maria signed off in style for PSG, scoring in their 5-0 demolition of Metz.
It was a teary end for the Argentine star, and we're expecting one last PSG in-form for the former Manchester United and Real Madrid trickster.
Andy Robertson (OVR 91)
It wasn't to be for Liverpool, who fell short on the final day despite their best efforts against Wolves.
Robertson played his part, scoring a fine finish to put Liverpool on course for victory, even if it didn't see them lift the ultimate prize.