FIFA 17 ratings for PSG
It was trophies galore for PSG as usual, with the 2015/16 season bringing them silverware in the form of the Ligue 1 trophy, the Coupe De France, the Coupe de la Ligue, as well as the Trophee des Champions – largely due to the goalscoring prowess of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani. Now that their Swedish talisman has departed for Manchester United, there’s an aura of new beginnings at the Parc des Princes. With the FIFA 17 ratings of Unai Emery’s men out, let’s see how the players fair.
Romain Habran (Overall 68)
The youngster is yet to make his PSG debut so the jury is still out on him. Habran’s FIFA 17 rating is pegged at 68, which is one up from the previous edition but his pace has been recognised with a rating of 87.
Hervin Ongenda (Overall 69)
The youngster only made his first PSG start last November and is a versatile forward, capable of operating in a number of attacking positions. However, his FIFA 17 rating of 69 remains unchanged from the previous edition.
Jean-Kevin Augustin (Overall 72)
The young Frenchman is an extremely promising talent and has already hit the ground this season. Augustin’s FIFA 17 rating is pegged at 72, which is three up from the previous edition. The 19-year-old’s pace and dribbling has been recognized with ratings of 81 and 73 respectively.
Presnel Kimpembe (Overall 73)
The youngster is still finding his feet for the Parisian outfit, but put in some impressive chances last season, making him a player to watch for this campaign. Kimpembe’s promising performances has seen his FIFA 17 rating shoot up to 73, which is 13 up from the previous edition. The Frenchman’s pace and defensive abilities have been recognized with ratings of 72 and 75 respectively.
Thomas Meunier (Overall 77)
The Belgian was solid for Club Brugge last season, and has already helped new club PSG win the Trophee Des Champions earlier this season. Meunier’s FIFA 17 rating is currently 77, which is two up from the previous edition. The 25-year-old’s pace and physicality has been recognised with ratings of 76 and 84 respectively.
Adrien Rabiot (Overall 78)
The youngster had a strong 2015/16 season, during which he displayed maturity well beyond his years. Rabiot’s form has shown in his FIFA 17 ratings, which is pegged at 78, two up from the previous edition. The Frenchman’s dribbling , passing and physicality have been recognized with ratings of 75 each.
Maxwell (Overall 79)
The Brazilian left back is a huge asset to PSG, with his experience and consistency coming in handy down the flanks. However, age catches up with everyone with Maxwell, at 35, entering the twilight years of his career. Maxwell will most certainly be replaced by the fast maturing Layvin Kurzawa and will most likely call time on his career next year. His rating of 79 remains unchanged.
Jese (Overall 80)
The youngster endured a difficult 2015/16 season at Real Madrid and joined PSG for a fresh start. Despite the perils of last season, Jese’s FIFA 17 rating stands at 80, which is two up from the previous edition. The 23-year-old’s pace and dribbling has been recognised with ratings of 86 and 84 respectively.
Alphonse Areola (Overall 81)
The young goalkeeper was in superb form during his loan spell at Villareal last season, and will certainly give Kevin Trapp competition between the posts this campaign. EA have taken note of the Frenchman’s performances and have given him a rating of 81, which 7 up from the previous edition. Areola’s outstanding diving and reflexes have been recognized with ratings of 84 and 85 respectively.
Layvin Kurzawa (Overall 81)
The young Frenchman is fast developing into a top class centre back and will be a worthy successor to Maxwell by next season. Kurzawa’s gets a FIFA 17 rating of 81, which is one up from the previous edition. The 24-year-olds pace, dribbling and defensive abilities have been recognized with ratings of 79, 77 and 79 respectively.
Marquinhos (Overall 82)
The consistency of David Luiz meant that there were limited starting chances for this up and coming defender but all that’s changed this season with the former’s departure. Despite restricted starting chances, Marquinhos’ talent was unquestionable, which has seen his FIFA 17 ratings jump to 82, one up from the previous edition. The Brazilian’s outstanding defensive abilities have been recognized with a rating of 84.
Lucas (Overall 82)
The 2015/16 season was excellent for the Brazilian, who became a key player for PSG after initially struggling to find form in the French capital. Despite Lucas’ superb form, his FIFA 17 rating of 82 remains unchanged from the previous edition. The 24-year-old’s pace and dribbling skills have been recognized with ratings of 93 and 86 respectively.
Kevin Trapp Overall 83
The German goalkeeper was excellent between the sticks for PSG last season and has been rewarded with a FIFA 17 rating of 83, which is one up from the previous game. Trapp’s superb goalkeeping skills, which helped his team rake in four trophies, is reflected in his ratings, with his diving and reflexes rated an 83 and 85 respectively.
Serge Aurier Overall 83
The Ivorian had a roller coaster debut season with PSG, with his comments against teammates Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Angel Di Maria as well as manager Laurent Blanc casting a cloud over his wonderful debut season. However, his form was rewarded with a FIFA 17 rating of 83, which is 3 up from the previous edition. The 23-year-old’s outstanding pace, defending and physique have been recognized with ratings of 85, 80 and 85 respectively.
Grzegorz Krychowiak Overall 84
The new signing was brilliant for his former club Sevilla last season, helping them to a second consecutive Europa League as well as earning himself a spot on the competitions team of the season. Krychowiak’s solid form has seen his FIFA 17 rating pegged at 84, which is two up from the previous edition. The Pole’s formidable defensive and physical prowess has been recognized with ratings of 81 and 87 respectively.
Hatem Ben Arfa Overall 84
The Frenchman had a strong 2015/16 season with former club Marseille, which saw him earn a place on the UNFP Team of the Year. Ben Arfa has already hit the ground running with PSG, helping his team to the Trophee des Champions. The 29-year-old’s Marseille form has been rewarded with a rating of 84 in FIFA 17, which is 5 up from the previous edition. Ben Arfa’s passing, dribbling and shooting skills have been recognized with an 82,88 and 82 rating respectively.
Marco Verratti Overall 85
The fast maturing Italian talent was in top form last season, with his displays at the centre of the park integral to his team winning four trophies, with a place in the Ligue 1 team of the year acting as the cherry on the cake. Verratti’s strong campaign has been rewarded with a FIFA 17 rating of 85, which is one up from the previous game. The 23-year-old’s strong dribbling and passing abilities have been recognized with ratings of 87 and 83 respectively.
Javier Pastore Overall 85
Like his peers, Pastore had a solid 2015/16 season, with his contributions on the goals and assists fronts vital in lifting his team to four titles. The Argentine’s form has been rewarded with a FIFA 17 rating of 85, which is one up from the previous edition. Pastore’s incredible dribbling and passing skills have been rated 86 and 84 respectively.
Edinson Cavani Overall 85
The striker performed at his usual goalscoring best last season, and now has the sole chance to shine since the departure of Ibrahimovic. However, his FIFA 17 ratings remain unchanged.
Blaise Matuidi Overall 86
The Frenchman was once again his usual best at the centre of the park for PSG last season, with his performances leading him to be named in the Ligue 1 team of the year. Matuidi’s fantastic campaign has seen his FIFA 17 rating being set at 86, which is 2 up from the previous edition. The 29-year-old’s outstanding defensive skills and physique has been rewarded with ratings of 83 and 84 respectively.
Angel Di Maria Overall 87
The Argentine hit the ground running since his move from Manchester United last season, with his performances a big part of PSG’s silverware laden campaign. Di Maria’s brilliant form has been rewarded with a rating of 87 in FIFA 17, which is two up from the previous edition. The 28-year-old’s pace, dribbling and pacing have been recognized with ratings of 87 for the first two and 84 for the last.
Thiago Silva Overall 89
The PSG skipper was at his usual rampant best last season, taking his consistency as his team’s rock to the next level. Silva, who is well known for his defensive abilities gets a rating of 89 in FIFA 17, which is one up from the previous edition. The Brazilians defensive skills are reflected in the game with a solid rating of 90.