It is that time of year again! The first batch of the FIFA 16 updates are out, and it has resulted in ratings increases big and small for a host of Premier League youngsters.
Perhaps surprisingly, Chelsea starlet Kenedy has seen the largest hike in his attributes – going from a lowly 62 to 72 despite only one top-flight start for the Blues to date.
Compare that to Tottenham Hotspur prodigy Dele Alli, who has seven goals and five assists in the league and yet is only rated the same ability as Kenedy, going from 67 to 72.
Leicester City heroes Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy are also harshly treated. The Algerian is only a 76 from a 73, while Vardy is 75 having had a harsh original rating of 71.
Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (84 to 85) and Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero (87 to 88) have gone up one rating apiece, but the rest of the movers are mostly young players.
For Manchester United – Anthony Martial goes from 77 to 79, Jesse Lingard 69 to 71 and Andreas Pereira 66 to 69, although the latter has arguably shown the least improvement.
For Chelsea, defender Kurt Zouma has gone up to a 79 from a 77 and Ruben Loftus-Cheek a 63 to 66. Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin is now rated 77 having previously been 74.
A full list of the new updates is available here.
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