EA Sports announce Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar's FIFA 17 ratings

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It's the moment FIFA fans have been waiting for.

Having already announced 47 of the top 50 players to feature on FIFA 17 - which releases in Europe on September 29 - EA Sports have finally revealed the top three.

And there are no prizes for guessing who they are: Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar (in no particular order).


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The La Liga trio are FIFA's highest-rated players following outstanding seasons that saw each of them score an unthinkable amount of goals and win a number of trophies.

But who comes out on top? Well, scroll down and you might just be in for a surprise.

3. NEYMAR (92)

"Incredibly skillful with the ability to turn a game in an instant. The Barcelona left wing has the 2nd highest Dribbling attribute in FIFA 17 with 95."


"The top ranked dribbler in FIFA 17 with 96. The Barcelona right wing is the 2nd ranked player overall in FIFA 17."


"The top ranked player in FIFA 17. Cristiano Ronaldo has 92 Pace, 92 Shooting, 91 Dribbling and is as strong as an ox with 80 Physicality."

That's right, Ronaldo is FIFA 17's highest-rated player with 94 - and you can read his statistics by clicking HERE.

EA Sports' decision to drop Messi into second place is bold one but, considering what Ronaldo has achieved over the past year, it's perhaps understandable.

The Real Madrid winger won the Champions League in May and then Euro 2016 two months later, also scoring 35 La Liga goals last season.

Over to you, Lionel.

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