FIFA 23 ratings: England's 25 best players predicted, featuring Kane, Sterling & Sancho

Harry Kane in action for England

FIFA 23 is just around the corner.

The newest edition of the game is set to be released on September 30th.

We’ve predicted the 25 highest-rated English footballers with the game just a few months away,

=24. Harry Maguire 81 (-3)

Maguire had a dismal 2021/22 season. A big downgrade is coming his way.

=24. Ben White – 81 (+2)

White earned a ยฃ50m move to Arsenal at the start of last campaign and helped them to 13 Premier League clean sheets. He deserves to be rated in the 80s.

=24. Luke Shaw – 81 (-3)

Like Maguire, Shaw is in line for a massive downgrade. He may no longer be Man United’s first-choice left-back after the arrival of Tyrell Malacia.

=20. Fikayo Tomori – 82 (+3)

Tomori was pivotal in AC Milan’s Serie A triumph in 2022.

=20. Marcus Rashford – 82 (-3)

Rashford had a poor 2021/22 campaign, hitting the back of the net just five times for United.

Marcus Rashford in action for Man United
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JULY 15: Marcus Rashford of Manchester United in action during the Pre-Season friendly match between Melbourne Victory and Manchester United at Melbourne Cricket Ground on July 15, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Jonathan DiMaggio/Getty Images)

=20. Ben Chilwell – 82 (+0)

Chilwell would have been in line for an upgrade but a long-term knee injury limited him to just 13 appearances.

=20. Tammy Abraham – 82 (+4)

Abraham hit the back of the net 27 times in the 2021/22 season. He deserves an upgrade.

=12. Jordan Pickford – 83 (+0)

No change to Pickford’s rating. He had a decent 2021/22 campaign as he helped Everton maintain their Premier League status.

=12. Jarrod Bowen – 83 (+5)

Bowen recorded 12 goals and 17 assists in the Premier League last season. We’re predicting him to be given an upgrade of +5 from 78-83.

=12. Jordan Henderson – 83 (-1)

Henderson was steady last season but, now 32, we think he’ll be given a slight downgrade.

Jordan Henderson in action for Liverpool
PARIS, FRANCE – MAY 28: Jordan Henderson of Liverpool warms up prior to the UEFA Champions League final match between Liverpool FC and Real Madrid at Stade de France on May 28, 2022 in Paris, France. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

=12. Kalvin Phillips – 83 (+2)

Phillips was Leeds’ standout performer for many years before earning the move to Man City this summer.

=12. Jack Grealish – 83 (-1)

Grealish’s first season at Man City did not go to plan. A minor downgrade is coming his way, but don’t be surprised if he comes good in the 2022/23 season.

=12. James Maddison – 83 (+1)

Maddison scored 12 goals and recorded 11 assists in the Premier League last season. How he only has one England cap we will never know.

=12. Jude Bellingham – 83 (+4)

Bellingham is emerging into one of the world’s best midfielders at the age of just 19 years old.

=12. John Stones – 83 (+0)

Stones was decent for Man City as they retained the Premier League title in the 2021/22 season.

John Stones in action for England
WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JUNE 14: John Stones of England during the UEFA Nations League League A Group 3 match between England and Hungary at Molineux on June 14, 2022 in Wolverhampton, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

=9. Reece James – 84 (+3)

James is now one of the best right-backs in the world. A big upgrade is coming for the Chelsea star.

=9. Bukayo Saka – 84 (+3)

Saka is arguably Arsenal’s most important player at the age of just 20.

=9. Kyle Walker – 84 (-1)

Walker struggled for fitness in 2021/22 as he made just 31 appearances for City.

=5. Mason Mount – 85 (+2)

Mount continues to shine at Chelsea. He’s a very important player for both club and country.

=5. Jamie Vardy – 85 (-1)

Vardy, now 35, continues to play a high level. He scored 15 Premier League goals for Leicester in 25 games last season.

Jamie Vardy in action for Leicester City
PRESTON, ENGLAND – JULY 23: Jamie Vardy of Leicester City reacts during the Pre-Season Friendly Match between Preston North End and Leicester City at Deepdale on July 23, 2022 in Preston, England. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

=5. Phil Foden – 85 (+1)

Foden’s talent is extraordinary. He deserves a slight upgrade

=5. Jadon Sancho – 85 (-2)

Sancho flattered to deceive in his first season at Man Utd. A downgrade is coming for the winger.

4. Declan Rice – 86 (+4)

West Ham have a real gem in Rice. He will command a massive fee when he does finally move on.

3. Raheem Sterling – 87 (-1)

Sterling was given a more reduced role by Pep Guardiola in the 2021/22 season but still managed to directly contribute to 20 Premier League goals.

2. Trent Alexander-Arnold – 88 (+1)

Is Alexander-Arnold the best right-back in the world? You can certainly make a case for it.

1 . Harry Kane – 90 (+0)

Kane endured a slow start to the 2021/22 campaign but finished it off strongly. He will remain England’s highest-rated player.

1 of 10
Ronaldo on FIFA 19

First off, the one and only Cristiano Ronaldo. But what year did he feature as the cover star?

News Now - Sport News