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Pedri Is Crowned Highest-Rated U21 Player In FIFA 23

FIFA 23 is coming later this month. In anticipation of the new game, EA SPORTS has revealed the ratings for the Top 26 players that are under the age of 21.

The list consists of players from 15 different teams from across Europe with the most players belonging to a certain team at a four-way tie between Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Leverkusen and Arsenal all with three players each.

With the release of this list, we also find that Barcelona’s Pedri has been crowned the king with an Overall rating of 85. To add to this, he is also the fourth youngest player on this list at only 19 Years, 8 Months and 22 Days (as of writing this). Funnily enough, the oldest player on this list is 21 Years, 10 Months and 18 Days old, and that title goes to Valencia’s Giorgi Mamardashvili who also possesses lowest rating on this list at 77, still very impressive, especially since he made it on the list regardless.

  1. Pedri, 85 – FC Barcelona
  2. Jude Bellingham, 84 – Borussia Dortmund
  3. Alphonso Davies, 84 – Bayern München
  4. Florian Wirtz, 82 – Bayer 04 Leverkusen
  5. Bukayo Saka, 82 – Arsenal
  6. Jamal Musiala, 81 – Bayer 04 Leverkusen
  7. Josko Gvardiol, 81 – RB Leipzig
  8. Rodrygo, 81 – Real Madrid
  9. Nuno Mendes, 80 – Paris Saint-Germain
  10. Jurriën Timber, 80 – Ajax
  11. William Saliba, 80 – Arsenal
  12. Jeremie Frimpong, 80 – Bayer 04 Leverkusen
  13. Gavi, 79 – FC Barcelona
  14. Ansu Fati, 79 – FC Barcelona
  15. Yeremy Pino, 79 – Villarreal CF
  16. Eduardo Camavinga, 79 – Real Madrid
  17. Goncalo Inácio, 79 – Sporting CP
  18. Ryan Gravenberch, 79 – Bayern München
  19. Orkun Kokcu, 79 – Feyenoord
  20. Wesley Fofana, 79 – Chelsea
  21. Dominik Szoboszlai, 79 – RB Leipzig
  22. Piero Hincapié, 78 – Bayer 04 Leverkusen
  23. Gabriel Martinelli, 78 – Arsenal
  24. Charles De Ketelaere, 78 – Milan
  25. Enzo Fernández, 78 – Benfica
  26. Giorgi Mamardashvili, 77 – Valencia CF

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