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FIFA 22 Arsenal ratings: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Bukayo Saka, Thomas Partey

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Sports Mole looks at Arsenal's ratings for FIFA 22, including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Thomas Partey and Bukayo Saka.
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With FIFA 22 scheduled for release on Friday, October 1, fans and players across the globe have recently been treated to EA's Ratings Release, culminating in the top 100 players in the game being announced last week.

Now, ahead of the Web App launch on September 22, popular Ultimate Team website FUTBIN has released the full FIFA 22 database, and Arsenal fans have not been left best pleased with their players' ratings this year.

Captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the only Arsenal player to feature in the top 100 ratings - coming in at 95th with a rating of 85 - and the Gunners' other cards can only be described as downgrades galore.

Here, Sports Mole picks out the highlights of Arsenal's ratings and provides the full list of Mikel Arteta's squad for FIFA 22.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 85

Malaria, coronavirus, disciplinary matters and personal issues have all plagued Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's past 12 months at Arsenal, so it is not all that surprising to see the Gunners skipper handed a downgrade for FIFA 22.

After coming in at 87 last year which caused uproar among the Arsenal fanbase, Aubameyang finds himself at an 85 this year - his lowest rating since FIFA 16 - after he managed 15 goals and four assists from 39 games in all tournaments last year.

The Gabon international has always been renowned for his pace in FIFA - coming in at 93 on that stat last year - but he has now dropped into the 80s with a -4 downgrade, while his shooting has also decreased by one to an 85.

Rated the same as Edinson Cavani and Roberto Firmino, Aubameyang ranks as the joint fifth-highest Premier League forward in the game, with Jamie Vardy, Romelu Lukaku, Harry Kane and Cristiano Ronaldo all higher than the Arsenal captain.

Thomas Partey - 83

Arsenal's joint-second highest player in the game alongside Bernd Leno, Thomas Partey's inaugural season in North London was a forgettable affair, as injuries plagued the former Atletico Madrid man throughout the campaign.

After featuring 33 times for Arteta's side in all competitions and chalking up three assists, Partey has been handed an 83-rated card, a -1 downgrade on the 84 he was granted in FIFA 21.

The Ghanaian's passing is the only base card stat that has been increased - going from 81 to 82 - while he has also retained his 81 dribbling stat from last year.

However, Partey's shooting has unsurprisingly taken a -3 hit from 74 to 71 after his struggles in front of goal last term, while 84 for physical represents his highest stat as he seeks to stay fit and become a mainstay of the Arsenal team this term.

Bukayo Saka - 80

One of the few success stories of Arsenal's 2020-21 season, Bukayo Saka has been handed quite the upgrade from his FIFA 21 card after proving himself as one of Arteta's indispensable assets.

After claiming seven goals and nine assists before featuring prominently for England en route to the Euro 2020 final, Saka - who has also been moved from LM to RM - has been bumped up by five overall to an 80-rated card, which puts him in the top 10 rated Under-21 players in the game.

Saka's pace remains at 84, but his shooting has been bumped up by seven to 68, his dribbling and passing by five to an 82 and 76 respectively, while he has been handed a +10 upgrade on his defending stat to a respectable 65.


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 85
Bernd Leno - 83
Thomas Partey - 83
Alexandre Lacazette - 82
Martin Odegaard - 82
Nicolas Pepe - 81
Bukayo Saka - 80
Kieran Tierney - 80
Granit Xhaka - 79
Gabriel Magalhaes - 79
Mohamed Elneny - 77
Rob Holding - 77
Cedric Soares - 76
Pablo Mari - 76
Ben White - 76
Emile Smith Rowe - 76
Gabriel Martinelli - 76
Calum Chambers - 75
Sead Kolasinac - 75
Ainsley Maitland-Niles - 75
Takehiro Tomiyasu - 75
Aaron Ramsdale - 74
Eddie Nketiah - 74
Albert Sambi Lokonga - 73
Nuno Tavares - 70
Folarin Balogun - 64
Catalin Cirjan - 62
James Olayinka - 60
Joel Lopez - 60
Karl Hein - 59
Ben Cottrell - 59

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