FIFA 18 Manchester United Rating Predictions – FUT 18 Manchester United Players Card Stats
FIFA 18 Manchester United Rating Predictions
With FIFA 18 fast approaching, here is my FIFA 18 Manchester United Rating Predictions. Every rating prediction article is updated when new signings are made!
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These are predictions. Card rarity and Ratings are subject to change.
FIFA 18 Manchester United Goalkeepers
David De Gea – Manchester United/Spain – (FIFA 17) 90 > 90 (FIFA 18)
Had a decent season. I really don’t feel like De Gea should have made the FIFA 17 TOTS although there’s no doubt he’s one of the best goalkeepers in the English Premier League. I have him 90 rated alongside Courtois.
Sergio Romero – Manchester United/Argentina – (FIFA 17) > (FIFA 18)
Romero has had a decent season when called upon. My prediction is a +1 upgrade.
While he only made 2 starts in the English Premier League, Sergio Romero played 12 games in Manchester Uniteds Winning Europa League campaign.
FIFA 18 Manchester United Defenders
Daley Blind – Manchester United/Netherlands – (FIFA 17) 81 > 81 (FIFA 18)
Moving from CB > LB I kept him 81, however despite his good season the card stats are not that of an 81 rated left back.
It’s fair to say that Blind will not be turning heads in FUT 18.
Luke Shaw – Manchester United/England – (FIFA 17) 80 > 79 (FIFA 18)
Shaw is somewhat out of favour at Manchester United. There’s 2 possible reasons, sure he’s been plagued by injuries for a fair share of his career. Jose Mourinho admitted that he has the makings of a great player but his mentality may be holding him back.
Eric Bailly – Manchester United/Ivory Coast – (FIFA 17) 82 > 83 (FIFA 18)
It’s very possible that Bailly could be upgraded to an 83 or 84. He’s had a very solid first season and EA like to have high rated base players in the most popular league. It’s fair to say his card will be a must buy in FIFA 18.
Man United fans have been highly praising Bailly. He’s often talked about in the same sentence as Vidic.
Victor Lindelof – Manchester United/Sweden – (FIFA 17) 78 > 82 (FIFA 18)
Manchester Uniteds first signing of the summer window. Highly rated by Benfica fans, Lindelof will have to quickly adjust to life in the Premier League or he could find himself on the bench. Manchester United have great strength in rotation.
Mike Chris Smalling – Manchester United/England – (FIFA 17) 84 > 81 (FIFA 18)
Chris Smalling should never have been 84 rated. Don’t get me wrong he was decent under Van Gaal but not good enough to be 84 rated. 81 may be a little harsh but he’ll certainly be downgraded. It doesn’t matter though, Smalling will still have the stats of a great Defender in FIFA 18.
Marcos Rojo – Manchester United/Argentina – (FIFA 17) 78 > 81 (FIFA 18)
I think people have established that Marcos Rojo is a Centre-back. He was before Van Gaal and he is after Van Gaal. Although he’s more than capable at Full back. Rojos name, when in titles of articles if usually followed by the words “escapes red card.”
Don’t get me wrong, he’s looked decent this season and definitely deserves a considerable upgrade but he may be a little too keen at times.
Phil Jones – Manchester United/England – (FIFA 17) 79 > 81 (FIFA 18)
Jones has been a really solid rotation option. He played 18 games in the 16/17 premier league season and performed above average. I’m suggesting a +2 upgrade that’ll put him at the same rating as Rojo.
Axel Tuanzebe – Manchester United/England – (FIFA 17) 67>68 (FIFA 18)
I feel that people are so quick to overrate youth players. Don’t get me wrong Tuanzebe has bags of potential but I’ve read people suggesting he gets upgraded to 74+. He’s shown that he can play the odd game at first team level. You don’t give a player rating based on potential.
Tom Davies is a younger player that’s shown he deserves a huge upgrade, not Tuanzebe.
Antonio Valencia – Manchester United/Ecuador – (FIFA 17) 82 > 83 (FIFA 18)
Antonio Valencia has played 28 EPL games, where he scored 1 and assisted 3. Not the best attacking output for an ex winger. That’s not a big deal though. Defensively Valencia has been a rock which allows players such as Mata, Lingard & Mkhitaryan to play with complete freedom. His pace allows him to be available for the overlap and then within seconds return to his position.
Matteo Darmian – Manchester United/Italy – (FIFA 17) 80 > 80 (FIFA 18)
He will be a LB card, after checking out where he played on whoscored he has played 15 games at Left Back. He’ll receive a slight stat re-adjustment but no significant changes. Juventus are said to be after Darmian to replace Dani Alves which looks to be on his way to Paris Saint Germain.
Ashley Young – Manchester United/England – (FIFA 17) 79 > 77 (FIFA 18)
Ashley Young has been a utility player under Mourinho. There’s talks of him leaving. Honestly he could be any position in FIFA 18, he’s just slotted in where needed.
FIFA 18 Manchester United Midfielders
Anthony Martial – Manchester United/France – (FIFA 17) 82 > 81 (FIFA 18)
The Young French Forward… 25 Appearances in the EPL altogether, 7 as a sub. 4 goals and 6 assists. Overall looking back, he’ll most likely stay 82 rated. However I wouldn’t be surprised should he get a slight downgrade.
Paul Pogba – Manchester United/France – (FIFA 17) 88 > 88 (FIFA 18)
Paul Pogba had so much pressure to perform joining Manchester United for such a high fee. There’s no doubt that he performed. Did he perform well enough to warrant his price tag? All things considered I’d say it’s been a great move for united to resign him.
Throughout the course of the season he has shown that he has it all. Here’s hoping that Mourinho can get a holding midfielder to really unlock the potential of Pogba.
Juan Mata – Manchester United/Spain – (FIFA 17) 84 > 84 (FIFA 18)
There was numerous rumours doing the rounds on social media at the start of the season. What was the reason he left Chelsea under Mourinho? Will he find himself looking for a move yet again? Long story short, no. He’s certainly contributed his fair share (6 Goals, 3 Assists in the prem), as well as scoring the winner against City in the EFL Cup.
Ander Herrera – Manchester United/Spain – (FIFA 17) 83 > 84 (FIFA 18)
Wayne Rooney – Manchester United/England – (FIFA 17) 84 > 82 (FIFA 18)
Michael Carrick – Manchester United/England – (FIFA 17) 81 > 81 (FIFA 18)
Marouane Fellaini – Manchester United/Belgium – (FIFA 17) 78 > 78 (FIFA 18)
Timothy Fosu-Mensah – Manchester United/Netherlands – (FIFA 17) 71 > 71 (FIFA 18)