FIFA 17 Winter Update: La Liga Refreshed Ratings

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EA Sports has started rolling out winter upgrades to player stats in FIFA 17, with players in the English Premier League, Italian Serie A (or Calcio A), French Ligue 1 having already received a new overall score, it’s now time for the Spanish La Liga.

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The winter upgrades in FUT 17 ratings will be rolled out between February 17 and February 27, as part of the Ratings Refresh Campaign.

With this new update, players in the La Liga will receive an update on their overall score for FUT 17.

While there are several players who see a rise in their overall score, there are also a few who have received a downgrade.

Upgrades to Key Players

An array of the most popular as well as young talent has been awarded new overall scores based on their performance since the game came out in September 2016.

Attack

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    • Iago Aspas Juncal (RC Celta de Vigo): 81 — 83
    • Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad): 81 — 82
    • Wissam Ben Yedder (Sevilla FC): 80 — 81
    • Nicola Sansone (Villarreal CF): 78 — 79
    • Theo Bongonda (RC Celta de Vigo): 75 — 78
    • Gerard Moreno Balagueró (RCD Espanyol): 75 — 77
    • Sandro Ramírez Castillo (Málaga CF): 74 — 77
    • Munir El Haddadi (Valencia CF): 74 — 75
    • Rafael Santos Borré (Villarreal CF): 74 — 75

Midfield

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    • Bruno Soriano Llido (Villarreal CF): 83 — 84
    • Yannick Carrasco (Atlético de Madrid): 82 — 84
    • Steven N’Zonzi (Sevilla FC): 82 — 83
    • Carlos Casimiro (Real Madrid): 82 — 83
    • Víctor Machín Pérez (Sevilla FC): 82 — 83
    • Marco Asensio Willemsen (Real Madrid): 81 — 82
    • Lucas Vázquez Iglesias (Real Madrid): 81 — 82
    • Jonathan Viera Ramos (UD Las Palmas): 80 — 82
    • Manuel Trigueros Muñoz (Villarreal CF): 80 — 82
    • Roque Mesa Quevedo (UD Las Palmas): 79 — 82
    • Samuel Castillejo Azuaga (Villarreal CF): 80 — 81
    • Mateo Kovačić (Real Madrid): 79 — 81
    • Kevin-Prince Boateng (UD Las Palmas): 79 — 80
    • Roberto Soriano (Villarreal CF): 79 — 80
    • Pablo Sarabia García (Sevilla FC): 78 — 79
    • Emre Çolak (RC Deportivo): 77 — 79
    • Daniel Garcia Carrillo (SD Eibar): 77 — 79
    • Gabriel Appelt Pires (CD Leganés): 76 — 77
    • Francisco Rico Castro (SD Eibar): 75 — 77
    • Takashi Inui (SD Eibar): 75 — 77
    • Marcos Llorente Moreno (Deportivo Alavés): 73 — 76
    • Manuel Alejandro García Sánchez (Deportivo Alavés): 74 — 75
    • Julián Omar Ramos Suárez (CD Leganés): 74 — 75
    • Edgar Antonio Méndez Ortega (Deportivo Alavés): 71 — 75
    • Carlos Soler Barragán (Valencia CF): 67 — 74
    • Jérémie Boga (Granada CF): 69 — 72

Defense

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    • Gerard Piqué Bernabeu (FC Barcelona): 86 — 87
    • Daniel Carvajal Ramos (Real Madrid): 83 — 84
    • Sergio Asenjo Andrés (Villarreal CF): 81 — 84
    • Gerónimo Rulli (Real Sociedad): 82 — 83
    • Diego López Rodríguez (RCD Espanyol): 81 — 82
    • Víctor Ruíz Torre (Villarreal CF): 81 — 82
    • Mario Gaspar Pérez Martínez (Villarreal CF): 80 — 81
    • Sergio Roberto Carnicer (FC Barcelona): 79 — 80
    • José Ignacio Fernández Iglesias (Real Madrid): 78 — 80
    • Kepa Arrizabalaga Revuelta (Athletic Club de Bilbao): 73 — 79
    • Sergio Escudero Palomo (Sevilla FC): 77 — 79
    • Nicolás Pareja (Sevilla FC): 77 — 79
    • Florian Lejeune (SD Eibar): 76 — 78
    • Yeray Alvarez Lopez (Athletic Club de Bilbao): 72 — 77
    • Victor Sánchez Mata (RCD Espanyol): 76 — 77
    • David García Santana (UD Las Palmas): 74 — 77
    • Michel Macedo Rocha Machado (UD Las Palmas): 75 — 76
    • Raúl Rodríguez Navas (Real Sociedad): 74 — 76
    • Asier Riesgo Unamuno (SD Eibar): 74 — 75
    • David García Zubiria (CA Osasuna): 74 — 75
    • Jaume Domenech Sánchez (Valencia CF): 74 — 75
    • Clément Lenglet (Sevilla FC): 74 — 75
    • Antonio Manuel Luna Rodriguez (SD Eibar): 73 — 75
    • Carlos Martínez Díaz (Real Sociedad): 72 — 75
    • Mikel Villanueva (Málaga CF): 69 — 75
    • Theo Hernández (Deportivo Alavés): 66 — 74

Downgrades to Key Players

As the saying goes ‘some you win, some you lose’ and as much good news it is that the aforementioned players will be getting an upgrade on their overall scores, there are a few players who haven’t been so lucky and have instead received a downgrade on their previously held scores.

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Attack

  • Imanol Agirretxe Arruti (Real Sociedad): 79 — 77

Midfield

    • André Filipe Tavares Gomes (FC Barcelona): 84 — 83
    • Alen Halilović (UD Las Palmas): 79 — 77
    • Zdravko Kuzmanović (Málaga CF): 76 — 74
    • Markel Bergara Larrañaga (Real Sociedad): 76 — 73
    • Alberto Bueno Calvo (CD Leganés): 76 — 73

Defense

  • Javier Mascherano (FC Barcelona): 85 — 84
  • Danilo Luiz da Silva (Real Madrid): 80 — 79
  • Aymen Abdennour (Valencia CF): 80 — 78
  • Fábio Alexandre Silva Coentrão (Real Madrid): 80 — 77
  • Martín Montoya Torralbo (Valencia CF): 79 — 77
  • Guilherme Madalena Siqueira (Valencia CF): 78 — 76
  • Iván Cuéllar Sacristán (Real Sporting de Gijón): 78 — 75
  • Roberto Román Triguero (CD Leganés): 76 — 74
  • David Simón Rodríguez Santana (UD Las Palmas): 76 — 74
  • Alberto Lora Ramos (Real Sporting de Gijón): 77 — 73

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