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Fans are choosing the Saudi Pro League for their EA FC 24 starter squads after incredible ratings revealed

Nasir Jabbar

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Fans are choosing the Saudi Pro League for their EA FC 24 starter squads after incredible ratings revealed

Gamers are choosing the Saudi Pro League for their EA FC 24 starter squads after the incredible ratings leaked on social media.

EA FC 24 will be the first game under the new banner after they cut ties with FIFA following a 30-year-old partnership.

There are a series of major changes, including the inclusion of women on Ultimate Team for the first time.

Player career has also been enhanced, alongside gameplay improvements and new skill moves.

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And ahead of the September 29 release date, fans have already made their feelings clear on the game's starter squads.

They've decided to choose the Saudi Pro League after Al Ahli's player ratings were leaked online.

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X user @DonkTrading has shared a post, revealing three of Al Ahli's stars and their stunning EA FC 24 cards.

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Allan Saint-Maximin has an 81-rated card, boasting a pace and dribbling rating of 89. He also has a 73-rated shooting and passing.

As for Roger Ibanez, who joined the club from AS Roma, he's equipped with an 80-rated card and has a pace of 85 and a defence of 82.

Kessie, meanwhile, made the switch to Al Ahli from Barcelona and has been handed a 82-rated card. He has a strong overall card, having been given a physical rating of 87, a defence rating of 80, a pace rating of 79, a dribble rating of 78, a shooting rating of 76 and a pass rating of 74.

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Al Ahli's starter squad has swayed fans to choose the Saudi Pro League when the game lands.

One X user wrote: "I wanna start the game with a Saudi team."

A second added: "That looks soo sweaty."

A third commented: "Ibanez looks so good, Kessie has always been a beast."

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A fourth said: "Saudi league looks too good for starters."

Another chimed in: "Ibanez gonna be really good."

Featured Image Credit: EA Sports/Getty

Topics: Saudi Pro League, Football, EA Sports FC

Nasir Jabbar
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