FIFA 16: Confirmed Paris Saint Germain Player Ratings

Who’s actually hot (and who’s actually not) in FIFA 16?

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It’s nearly here. FIFA 16 is ready for release towards the end of September, and just to whet your appetite, you can now try out the hotly-anticipated demo version of the game.

Alongside the demo though, game-makers EA Sports have recently confirmed player ratings for a host of clubs in the new game. The list includes the likes of Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City, Paris Saint Germain and European champions Barcelona.

Each outfit boasts a stream of world-class talent, and even before the main release of FIFA 16 you’re able to test the game out – with the aforementioned clubs – in the demo.

But this article will bring you a selection of those confirmed ratings. Here, we focus on French champions PSG, who have once again reinforced their squad this season to put together an assault on the UEFA Champions League crown.

They took Angel Di Maria away from Manchester United in the summer, while they also boast world-class defender Thiago Silva and top-drawer forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic in their ranks. Check out these ratings, and you might find that PSG will be one of the first teams you want to play as when the game is released.

Each rating and card image is taken directly from the EA Sports website, though some could yet be subject to change.

20. Adrien Rabiot - 76

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He's been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League over the past year, but Adrien Rabiot is at PSG to stay now and he's all set to develop there.

The 20-year-old has the raw essentials to be a classy midfielder, but his FIFA rating for this year isn't brilliant. It's unfair to judge one so young for that of course, but perhaps his time to dominate will come on future editions.


Football writer (predominantly) with work previously published by Mail Online, Manchester Evening News, Daily Mirror, USA Today and Chelsea FC. Regular contributor for Huffington Post, who holds tempestuous relationships with WWE and FIFA 15.