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Aaron Wan-Bissaka's Card On FIFA Has Gone Up 24 Ratings In Two Years

Aaron Wan-Bissaka's Card On FIFA Has Gone Up 24 Ratings In Two Years

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was a 55-rated Bronze right-midfielder on FIFA 18 and his meteoric rise in recent years has seen him experience quite the evolution on the game.

In just a year, he's climbed massive 15 marks up to become a 70-rated Silver card and his fine form for Palace last season led to him receiving an upgrade to 76 as well as two special cards.

Now a Manchester United player after his £50 million move to Old Trafford in the summer, Wan-Bissaka's card has been leaked at the end of the all-new FIFA ratings trailer.

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Part of the 'One to Watch' section alongside the likes of Eden Hazard, Joao Felix, Luka Jovic,Nicolas Pepe and Joelinton, AWB is 79-rated, boasting 87 pace,78 dribbling and 80 defending.

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Just a ratings increase of 24The 21-year old will no doubt be buzzing with the upgrade having spent a lot of nights playing FIFA back when he was younger.

Speaking to the Daily Mail in March Wan-Bissaka said: "I'm into my games, I've always played FIFA. For me, I used to be at a stage where I'd have to create a player and rename him as myself to play with him.

"Now I'm an actual player in the game. That's a kid's dream."

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EA Sports have released the top 100 highest-rated players on FIFA 20 but will not be revealing their official ratings until September 9.

Topics: gaming news, FIFA news

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