With European Cup competitions now ended, the door is open for some major upgrades to come, celebrating the best performers from the three campaigns.
Here is our selection of players that could end up seeing a Europa League Team of the Tournament card arrive soon in FIFA 22.
UEL Team of the Tournament
The Europa League has brought us another enthralling competition, with Frankfurt beating Rangers in the final to be crowned champions.
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.
If it wasn't for Kevin Trapp, Frankfurt almost certainly wouldn't have won the cup.
With monumental saves throughout the competition, there is no other candidate for the goalkeeping spot on the side.
The competition's top scorer, James Tavernier heads up the chart with seven goals - pretty good going for a right-back!
He also provided two assists as he played every minute for Rangers in their run to the final.
West Ham didn't manage to reach that much wanted final, but throughout their run Craig Dawson was solid.
When others around him lost their heads (looking at you Aaron Cresswell...), the big man kept his cool, using his head to the Hammers' advantage by scoring twice.
Another man from the team that won the final, Martin Hinteregger was a defensive rock for his side.
He made the third-most tackles and clearances and is high in the charts for balls recovered, despite only playing nine matches.
Calvin Bassey really caught the eye as he represented Rangers.
His speed and physicality made it look like he was playing against children at times, including a memorable recovery run and tackle in the final after an unfortunate slip made it seem certain that Frankfurt would score.
RB Leipzig was one of the favourites for the competition, but couldn't make it past an inspired Rangers side.
Konrad Laimer may have gone under the radar for some, but his composure on the ball to get his side playing showed the man's class.
Declan Rice has had another brilliant season, nearly dragging his West Ham side to the final.
How much longer he stays at the club is questionable, as it is clear he belongs on the biggest European stages.
With three goals and six assists, the crossing machine that is Filip Kostic ended up with the joint-most goal contributions and also led the assists chart.
Given the amount of quality crosses he put in, he could have ended up with even more numbers to his name!
One of the in-form players of the season, Christopher Nkunku has shown his class no matter the competition.
Four goals in six matches and some more stellar performances could see him pick up a 13th FUT card of the season!
Rafael Borre offered a total attacking threat as he led the line for Frankfurt.
His runs in behind, mixed with strong holdup play, meant he managed four goals and two assists during the campaign.
A constant annoyance to any opposition, Ryan Kent hunts the ball down and puts defenders under pressure like few other attackers.
He would have hoped for more than his one goal and four assists, but his energy always put Rangers on the front foot throughout the tournament.
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