Tottenham FIFA 22 player rating predictions including big Heung-Min Son upgrade

By Nathan Bliss & Lewis Barton

FIFA fans anticipation for the arrival of FIFA 22 is rapidly increasing, with the first batch of FIFA Ultimate Team player ratings expected to be released within the next couple of days, and Tottenham Hotspur are expected to have a couple of upgraded players heading into the new game.

EA Sports are yet to confirm the date for when the first player ratings are released, however if the release is similar to FIFA 21, we can expect an announcement around September 10, 2021.

FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) is the most popular game mode on FIFA, with players able to create their own 'Ultimate Team' of players from around the footballing world in their own unique club where you can customise your stadium, kits and more.

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After an underwhelming 2020/21 campaign Spurs are expected to see a couple of players drop in rating for FIFA 22, nevertheless a couple of players are also expected to see upgrades after some great individual campaigns last season.

So, how will the Spurs Ultimate Team ratings look in FUT 22? Check out our Spurs FIFA 22 Ultimate Team player rating predictions below.

FIFA 22 player rating predictions - Tottenham Hotspur

Here are our Spurs FIFA 22 Ultimate Team ratings predictions, using the FIFA 22 predictions feature on the FUTWIZ website.

Spurs' predicted player ratings in FIFA 22 (FUTWIZ)

Spurs' FUT 22 upgrade predictions

Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son and Hugo Lloris should make up Spurs' top three highest-rated players, rating 90, 89 and 87 respectively.

New signings Cristian Romero, Emerson Royal, Bryan Gil and Pierluigi Gollini should all receive upgrades, whilst we also predict Eric Dier, Oliver Skipp, Giovanni Lo Celso, Joseph Tanganga, Joe Rodon, Tanguy Ndombele and Ryan Sessegnon to receive upgrades of some sort.

Spurs' FUT 22 downgrade predictions

Some noticeable downgrades we expect to see are Dele Alli and Steven Bergjwin, who both had under-par campaigns last season and will most likely lose their 83 rating.

Davinson Sanchez, Matt Doherty, Ben Davies and Harry Winks should also be receiving downgrades in FIFA 22 after poor seasons and a lack of game time last season.

These cards and ratings are predictions only and there has been no confirmation yet about when the FUT 22 player ratings will be revealed, so you'll have to wait a few more weeks to see them confirmed.

EA's official release of FIFA 22 in the UK and worldwide is on Friday, October 1, 2021.

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