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FIFA 21: 20 Biggest Upgrades For Players' Ratings Have Been Predicted

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FIFA 21: 20 Biggest Upgrades For Players' Ratings Have Been Predicted

Borussia Dortmund stars Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland are amongst the players predicted to receive hefty upgrades in EA Sports' FIFA 21.

Haaland, 20, was in superb form for RB Salzburg last season before carrying over his goalscoring exploits to Dortmund.

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Meanwhile, Sancho also excelled for the German side last season and has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United.

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Goal has put forward its ratings predictions for FIFA 21 and believe that Haaland will make a massive leap from a 68 overall to 80.

United target Sancho, 20, is predicted to climb from his 80 rating in FIFA 20 to an 86 overall in FIFA 21.

Other players predicted to receive major upgrades include United starlets Brandon Williams and Mason Greenwood and Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Posted below are Goal's predictions for the 20 biggest upgrades in FIFA 21.

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Brandon Williams (Manchester United): 61 to 72

Bukayo Saka (Arsenal): 65 to 74

Mason Greenwood (Manchester United): 67 to 74

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Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal): 68 to 74

Ben White (Brighton and Hove Albion): 68 to 75

Mohammed Salisu (Southampton): 68 to 75

Eduardo Camavinga (Rennes): 70 to 75

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Mohamed Ihattaren (PSV Eindhoven): 66 to 76

Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich): 72 to 77

Victor Osminhen (Napoli): 74 to 78

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Adama Traore (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 74 to 78

Ferran Torres (Manchester City): 74 to 79

Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund): 68 to 80

Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester City): 74 to 80

Marcus Thuram (Borussia Monchengladbach): 75 to 80

Martin Odegaard (Real Madrid): 77 to 82

Achraf Hakimi (Inter Milan): 78 to 82

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool): 80 to 85

Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund): 80 to 86

Lautaro Martinez (Inter Milan): 83 to 86

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The FIFA publisher is set to make long-awaited changes to the popular career mode, while Ultimate Team will see changes that include the scrapping of fitness and training cards.

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Google Stadia versions of the title are expected to launch at a later date.

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Topics: gaming news, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Martinelli, ​Alphonso Davies, Adama Traore, Mason Greenwood, Erling Haaland, Bukayo Saka, Ben White, Brandon Williams, Achraf Hakimi, Eduardo Camavinga, EA Sports, Jadon Sancho, FIFA 21

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