FIFA 23: Arsenal forecast ratings
The official Arsenal player ratings will soon be released, with FIFA 23 just around the corner. The FIFA ratings are usually released two weeks before the game’s launch. This means Arsenal’s ratings could be released in the next few months. We’ll be looking at Arsenal’s most recent seasons to predict the most significant rating swings for FIFA 23, and we’ll do this before it’s too late.
Last year’s Arsenal season was disappointing. They tried to challenge for the top 4 but failed to make it to the final four. It was not surprising that Arsenal suffered significant losses at the end of last season, especially when a win would have earned them the top four spot over Spurs.
It’ll be interesting to see FIFA rate the 2023 squad, especially because many players had hit-and-miss seasons.
We’ll be taking a closer look at Arsenal’s squad, including potential new signings, to see how they might stack up for FIFA 23.
- Aaron Ramsdale – +82
- Bernd Leno – 81 (-2)
- Kieran Tierney – 80 (-)
- Ben White – (81 +5)
- Gabriel – 81 (+2)
- Cedric – (77 (+1)
- Rob Holding – (-)
- Takehiro Tomiyasu – 79 (+4)
- Oleksandr Zinchenko – 81 (+1)
You can see some big movers in the gunner’s goalkeepers and defenses category. This is a fair reflection of the amount of bombardment they were subject to during certain parts of this season.
Aaron Ramsdale was an excellent success for Arteta’s Team. He highlighted his shot-stopping skills with acrobatic saves, which earned him our highest ratings move.
Ben White and Tomiyasu were also big movers – they were core signings who took the campaign by storm. Although both made some mistakes throughout the campaign, they were huge contributors to the strength and stability of the starting 11.
Bernd Leno did not see much game time last year. He was only a guest in a few league games, and one or two premier league starts. He is the one who sees the most decline in ratings.
Thomas Partey – 84 (+1)
Bukayo Saka – 85 (+5)
Martin Odegaard – 85 (+3)
Emile Smith-Rowe, 81 (+5)
Albert Lokonga – 74 (+1)
Mohamed Elneny – 77 (-)
Granit Xhaka – 79 (-)
Fabio Vieira – 78 (+6)
Arsenal’s midfield team is full of young talent. We see significant improvements in player ratings for FIFA 23, which will be re-released. Bukayo Saka, the leader of many of our most memorable moves and goals last year, is my favorite player. Saka, along with Smith-Rowe, receives a +5 rating boost.
Odegaard is another excellent signing. He features heavily this season and creates many leagues and cup competition opportunities. He expects a 3-point improvement.
Vieira, a new signing, gets the most boost of all the rest, mainly because he was only rated 72 the previous game.
- Gabriel Martinelli – 81 (+5)
- Eddie Nketiah – 77 (+3)
- Marquinhos – 71 (N/A)
- Gabriel Jesus – 84 (+1)
Arsenal is now a bit thin in the striking department, as Lacazette has left the club. Gabi Martinelli’s outstanding season saw a 5-point rise to 81. Nketiah showed his goal-poaching skills at the end of the season. He scored a ton of essential goals and received a +3 boost.
Gabriel Jesus, the new signing to Arsenal, has been doing a great job so far. He is rinsing defenders as well as scoring goals in fun games. He will be a big signing if he maintains his form in the early seasons and earns a lot of specials with Ultimate Team.
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Although Arsenal did not finish 4th, there were significant improvements across the core squad. We could see a decent showing in the 23-season if Arteta can bring in the right players and strengthen his starting 11. Top Four? Possibly. It will only be time.