This year’s edition of football’s biggest video game franchise sees several players earn a huge ratings rise
Borussia Dortmund‘s powerhouse striker Erling Haaland and Manchester United wonderkid Mason Greenwood have been named among FIFA 21’s most improved players after their rapid improvement in the past 12 months.
Since the release of FIFA 20, Haaland has earned a big-money move from RB Salzburg to the Black and Yellows in January, where he then struck an impressive 16 goals in 18 games, with his overall rating increasing from 73 to 84.
Red Devils talent Greenwood earned a 10-point rise to 77 overall after his goals during the back end of Man Utd’s league campaign proved crucial in their run to finish in the top four.
Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka was also rewarded for his excellent second-half of the season as his rating soared 10 points to 75.
Hellas Verona defender Marash Kumbulla, who just joined Roma on loan, has the honour of being named the most improved player in FIFA 21, with his 75 rating aided by a mammoth 15-point addition.
Other big improvers were Barcelona-bound full back Serginho Dest (67 to 75), Sheffield United duo John Lundstram (67 to 76) and George Baldock (69 to 77) and Juventus attacker Dejan Kulusevski (64 to 77).
FIFA 21 Most Improved Players
|Dejan Kulusevski||Piemonte Calcio||RW||77||13|
|Edmond Tapsoba||Bayer Leverkusen||CB||78||12|
|Mason Greenwood||Manchester United||RM||77||10|
|Shon Weissman||Real Valladolid||ST||75||10|
|Alphonso Davies||Bayern Munich||LB||81||9|
|John Lundstram||Sheffield United||CM||76||9|
|Marcus Edwards||Vitoria Guimaraes||RW||77||8|
|George Baldock||Sheffield United||RWB||77||8|
|Luis Romo||Cruz Azul||CB||75||8|
|Luis Javier Suarez||Watford||ST||75||8|