Fifa 17 Players Rating Leaked, Includes Real Madrid, Spurs And More

After the recent Manchester United players rating leak, more Fifa 17 players rating have been leaked on twitter. Earlier today on Twitter, images of several Fifa 17 teams were leaked which revealed the players rating.

The images showed updated players rating and team line-ups for the upcoming season. Do note that the transfer window does not close until August 31st, so these teams might be subject to change. The leaked images revealed players rating for teams from La Liga, Premier League, and Bundesliga.

All the leaked images of major clubs can be viewed below:

La Liga:

As seen in the image, Real Madrid’s line-up, as well as their Fifa 17 players rating, have not been changed much. Barcelona have been active during the summer transfer window, adding four new players to the squad. However, non of those players are showcased in the image. Similar to Real Madrid, the players rating for Barcelona player has not changed much. Same goes for Atlético Madrid.

Barclays Premier League:

With a new manager, Jose Mourinho, Manchester United has gone through some major changes. Manchester United have brought in Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who are in the starting line-up for the club. Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspurs, and Southampton have also made a few changes in their squads.


The leaked images included two Bundesliga teams, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern München. These two teams have transferred a couple of players between themselves, as Mario Gotze moved back to Borussia Dortmund, and Borussia Dortmund defender, Mats Hummels, joined Bayern München.

These squads may be different once Fifa 17 comes out next month. The transfer window might impact some of these teams, and some of the players seen in the teams might not be there anymore. The Fifa 17 players rating might also be different from what you can see in the images.

Fifa 17 Closed Beta Now Available For Download

Fifa 17 comes out on September 27 for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.

Abdullah Raza


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