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The Premier League players with the highest potential on FIFA 22 career mode have been revealed, with Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold and Chelsea's Kai Havertz at the top of the list.
The game, which is set to be released on Friday, considers the Champions League winners to have a potential of 92, one of the highest in the world.
The list, as quoted by The Mirror, also features the likes of Manchester United's Jadon Sancho, Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli and Liverpool's Harvey Elliott, who have scores of 91, 88 and 87 respectively.
There are some surprise inclusions in the list too.
These include new Brighton left back Marc Cucurella, Norwich winger Christos Tzolis and Tottenham defender Cristian Romero, who joined the club from Atalanta in the summer.
Here is the full list below:
This is not the first time FIFA 22 has shocked us with their ratings.
Premier League stars Japhet Tanganga and Declan Rice were stunned at how the game perceives them, with many fans outraged about how some of Cristiano Ronaldo's statistics have fallen.
Let's see if these players can fulfil their potential in three days' time.