Cristiano Ronaldo's FIFA 18 card may have been leaked on Twitter

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The release of FIFA 18 is just three week away and gamers are getting extremely excited.

And to get you all a little bit more excited, EA Sports have started releasing ratings for the top 100 players in the new game.

So far, they have announced the 100-81, 80-61 and the 60-41.

Cards from likes of Philippe Coutinho, Harry Kane and Isco have all been revealed but you’ll have to wait a few more days to find out who will be the best player.

That is likely to be Cristiano Ronaldo, though.

The Real Madrid superstar was the best player on FIFA 17 and spent the calendar year winning La Liga and the Champions League with his club.

And when you consider that he will be on the cover of the new game, it probably won’t be too much of a surprise if he’s rated higher than Lionel Messi once again.

FC Barcelona v Real Madrid CF - La Liga

But what will his card look like?

Well, we might already have the answer to that.

Twitter user @Castro1021 - who has won several FIFA tournaments and boasts 867K followers on Twitter - posted a photo of Ronaldo’s apparent FIFA 18 card.

Cristiano Ronaldo's FIFA 18 card?

It looks like this:

So, Cristiano is set to get an overall upgrade from 94 to 95 this year. And despite turning 32, his pace rating will go from 92 to 93, his shooting will increase from 92 to 93, his dribbling will go up one grade from 91 to 92 and his physicality will go from 90 to 92.

However, he has received small downgrades in terms of his passing (81 to 80) and his defending (33 to 32).

One thing is for sure, though, Ronaldo is going to be pretty much unstoppable once again in FIFA 18.

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