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Official: Real Madrid player ratings in EA Sports FC 24

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Real Madrid have always boasted of some of the finest players in the world, and this season is no different. This is best reflected through the silverware in their cabinet, but also through the several editions of the popular videogame FIFA that EA have released over the years.

This year, though, they have rebranded their beloved FIFA to EA FC 24 after ending their partnership with the organisation. The rating database from the game has been released officially, containing over 17,000 players.

Madrid Universal, therefore, takes a look at the ratings for Real Madrid players in this edition of the game.

85+ club — Courtois, Vinicius clear the pack

After the departure of Karim Benzema, Thibaut Courtois has taken over the honour of being the highest-rated player from Real Madrid in this edition of the game, with an overall of 90. The Belgian is also the joint-highest player alongside Robert Lewandowski from La Liga.

Vinicius Jr trails the goalie with a score of 89, with an upgrade of three from last year’s edition. He is also one of the fastest players in the game, with a pace score of 95.

Vinicius Jr’s incredible EA FC 24 card. (via ea.com)

Federico Valverde had a rather quiet second half of the season, but his statistic tally of seven goals and four assists was enough for him to garner a rating of 88.

Luka Modric is the only Madrid player to get 87 in this edition of the game, but is joined by Jude Bellingham, Toni Kroos, and Eder Militao in the 85+ club, with each of them getting 86 on their cards.

The trio of David Alaba, Antonio Rudiger, and Rodrygo have been honoured with a rating of 85, each, rounding off this particular rating category.

80+ club — Tchouameni, Nacho headline

There are nine Real Madrid players to be given a rating between 79 and 85, headlined by Aurelien Tchouameni, who has been given an 84-rated card. Nacho, meanwhile, is rated 83.

Eduardo Camavinga, Dani Carvajal, Joselu, and Ferland Mendy have been given 82, each, and not too far below them are Kepa Arrizabalaga and Lucas Vazquez at 81, each.

Returning from his loan spell at AC Milan, Brahim Diaz is the only player to be rated 80.

Below 80 — Dani Ceballos stars

There are five Real Madrid players given a rating below 80 in this edition by EA, with Dani Ceballos leading the list. His overall of 79 is the same as last year.

New signings Fran Garcia and Arda Guler follow at 78 and 77 each. The former has an impressive pace score of 89.

Andriy Lunin is the final piece of the puzzle in this category, with a score of 74, which is understandable due to his role as the second-choice goalkeeper.

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Spain midfielder credits Real Madrid assistant manager for career success

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Spain’s European Championship campaign so far has been one filled with revelations. From young Lamine Yamal and Nico Williams on the wings to the ever-so-solid midfield, La Roja have impressed across the park and have taken the tournament by storm.

One such player who has played a critical role for the team despite not being in many pundits’ squad for the tournament is Fabian Ruiz. The PSG midfielder has been sensational for Luis de la Fuente’s men so far, scoring once and providing one assist in two games.

Despite not having any direct links with Real Madrid, the Spanish midfielder interestingly credits Davide Ancelotti for his success and AS brings the story.

A chapter in Naples

Fabian Ruiz may have never played for Los Blancos in his career so far, but he crossed paths with the Ancelottis in Naples a few years ago.

Ruiz signed for the Italian club from Real Betis in 2018 for a fee of €30 million. At the time, he was not known widely and was just seen as another routine Spanish midfielder aspiring to make it big.

As revealed by the player in a recent interview, however, it was Carlo Ancelotti’s son and Real Madrid assistant manager Davide Ancelotti who first saw the spark in him.

“Meeting him was a very important step in my career. From the beginning, he backed me, and it was not easy to pay what Napoli paid for me, a player who had not played much in La Liga with Betis.”

“If it weren’t for him, I wouldn’t be here. I have a very good relationship and friendship with him,” he added.

Fabian Ruiz credits Davide Ancelotti for his success. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

A special eye

Ruiz’s comments on Davide Ancelotti only make it clearer as to why Carlo Ancelotti holds his son’s advice in high regard. It is, after all, a testament to the tactician’s keen eye for special talent.

As revealed earlier this year, it was the manager’s son who suggested Joselu’s substitution against Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League semifinals when the team was on the brink of elimination.

What happened next was history as the veteran scored twice within minutes to turn the game around and send the Bavarians crashing out.

Davide has been rumoured to be interested in walking his own path soon as a specialist coach, but as it stands, will continue working under his father for at least one more year at Real Madrid.

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