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Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has teased EA Sports FC role

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has teased EA Sports FC role

Fabrizio Romano, the go-to source for all of transfer news, has teased a role in EA Sports FC's new game.

Transfer king Fabrizio Romano has teased a role in EA Sports FC's new game, eagle-eyed fans on social media have noticed.

Monday was a huge day for EA's brand new football game as they released the new Ultimate Edition cover, which featured a total of 31 players front and centre.

Erling Haaland, Virgil van Dijk, Jude Bellingham, Vinicius Jr, Marcus Rashford, David Beckham, Ronaldinho, Pele, Andrea Pirlo, Didier Drogba, Heung-Min Son, Alexander Isak and Sam Kerr are just some of the big names seen in their virtual likeness.

That announcement was followed up by the first official trailer for EA FC, which is the new name for the game after the 30-year partnership from FIFA came to an end.

Narrated by award-winning actor Daniel Kaluuya, the clip showed new immersive pre-match sequences as EA provided a hint of what to expect when the game is released worldwide in September.

A slew of household names had cameos in the video, but there was an image doing the rounds indication Romano, one of the biggest personalities in football at the moment, will also have a role.

There was a screenshot of Romano's tweets, posted to 16.7 million followers on Twitter, featured in Career Mode in EA FC 24.

However, the social media section doing the rounds is actually a concept from styleftbl, who shared ideas on how to take the mode into a new direction.

But that's not to say the Italian, famous for his 'Here we go!' catchphrase, will not be in the game.

In April, he teased having some involvement on his Twitter account. Romano quote-tweeted a post from Pepsi, who shared a can with the EA Sports FC and added the "join the club" slogan which is being pushed for the upcoming game.

It remains to be seen if Romano will indeed have a part to play but more details will be revealed on July 13 when an extended trailer drops.

One high-profile error in Monday's trailer saw Christian Benteke look exactly the same height as Lorenzo Insigne despite it being anything but the case in real life.

The former Aston Villa and Crystal Palace striker has since took matters in his own hands, making a hilarious attempt to "fix" it on social media.

Featured Image Credit: EA Sports FC, @styleftbl & Fabrizio Romano

Topics: Fabrizio Romano, EA Sports, Gaming, FIFA