The FANSDEFUT account on X: The Game has revealed Newcastle United’s player ratings for EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team, the follow-up to FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team.
Our most recent addition, Sandro Tonali, who came from AC Milan, tops the list with a rating of 86, an increase of two points from FIFA 23. The Italian has improved in practically every area, improving from 81 to 84 in pace, 73 to 74 in shooting, 79 to 81 in dribbling, 79 to 82 in defending, and 82 to 84 in physical strength.

Lewis Hall, our final summer transfer window addition, is on the other end of the spectrum with a rating of just 66 and a “silver” card. We can’t compare this year to last because Hall didn’t even appear in FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team mode.

On FIFA 23’s Career mode, he did only get a 61 overall rating out of a possible 79. It is logical to infer that his potential will have improved by a similar amount given that his current overall rating has increased by five points as a result of his breakthrough season at Stamford Bridge.


In other rankings, Nick Pope rose from 81 to 84 after keeping the same amount of clean sheets in the Premier League last season, while Kieran Trippier rose from 84 to 85 after being chosen to the 2022–23 PFA Team of the Year.

Sven Botman has increased to an 83 from an 80 and looks like he could be a nice pickup in the early game, while Bruno Guimares has received the similar jump from an 81 rating to an 84.

The player with the most improvement in the two EA Sports games is Joelinton, who over the summer’s transition to full Brazil international status saw him jump seven points, from 75 to 82. With his pace going from 76 to 78, his shooting improving from 67 to 71, his passing improving from 66 to 76 (! ), his dribbling improving from 76 to 82, his defending improving from 67 to 81 (!! ), and his physical improving from 84 to 88, he appears to be a beast of a card.

Alexander Isak went from 80 to 81 (which seems unfair to us), Miguel Almirón went from 78 to 81, Callum Wilson went from 79 to 82, Fabian Schär from 77 to 82, and Alexander Isak from 80 to 81. Following his transfer from Leicester City, Harvey Barnes is still rated an 80, while Tino Livramento is only rated a 74 after a season marred by injuries at Southampton the previous time around.

All of the players that received upgrades were Dan Burn (77>79), Sean Longstaff (74>78), Joe Willock (75>78), Jacob Murphy (74>76), and Elliot Anderson (67>72), however Anthony Gordon remained a 75 and Matt Targett was downgraded to a 76 from a 77 owing to his insufficient first-team experience.

To finish, Javier Manquillo drops to 72 from 74, Emil Krafth drops to 73 from 74, and Jamaal Lascelles stays at 75. Martin Dbravka, Mark Gillespie, Loris Karius, Paul Dummett, or Matt Ritchie are not shown in the image, but we would anticipate that each of them will be in the game and have decreased over the summer.

Since David Ginola appeared on the front of the magazine in 1997 sporting the infamous grandfather collar, we can’t remember Newcastle having a team this excellent!

Isak will be featured on the cover of the “Ultimate Edition” of EA Sports FC 24 when it launches worldwide on Friday, September 29, on all major platforms.

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