FIFA 20: which players are better than last year?

Sales Rankings: FIFA 19 Firmly in the Lead in Italy

While the release date of FIFA 20 is getting closer and closer, news and advances continue to arrive on the eagerly awaited new EA Sports football simulation, as the players want to be absolutely prepared for the kick-off of the new videogame season.

And so, after having unveiled the Top 100 of the strongest players in FIFA 20, here is another interesting list of names to keep an eye on these are the players who have improved the most since the last edition of the game.

In the first position, we find Sergio Reguilon, Sevilla left-back, who earns 13 points compared to FIFA 19 and therefore passes to an overall of 77. However, there are some well-known names of the Italian championship, or who have played in our Serie A in the past.

This is the case, for example, of Krzysztof Piątek, Milan striker, who earns 10 points and reaches an enviable total score of 80, or of Gennaro Tutino, striker under force at Hellas Verona which is now rated 75, for a total +9 compared to FIFA 19.

Below is the complete list:

Sergio Reguilon 77 (+13) – TS (Seville)
Jadon Sancho 84 (+12) – ED (Borussia Dortmund)
Evan N’Dicka 76 (+12) – DC (Eintracht Frankfurt)
Krzysztof Piatek 80 (+10) – ATT ( Milan)
Dan-Axel Zagadou 79 (+10) – DC (Borussia Dortmund)
Mehmet Zeko Celik 76 (+10) – TD (Lille)
Jacob Bruun Larsen 75 (+10) – ES (Borussia Dortmund)
Youssouf Koné 75 (+10 ) – TS (Lyon)
Alexander Nubel 75 (+10) – POR (Schalke 04)
Aaron Wan-Bissaka 79 (+9) – TD (Manchester United)
Calero 78 (+9) – DC (Espanyol)
Joelinton 78 (+9 ) – ATT (Newcastle)
Declan Rice 78 (+9) – CDC (West Ham)
Galen 77 (+9) – AS (Braga)
Gennaro Tutino 75 (+9) – AT (Hellas Verona)
Frenkie de Jong 85 (+8) – CC (Barcelona)
Nicolas Pépé 83 (+8) – ED (Arsenal)
Luka Jovic 83 (+8) – ATT (Real Madrid)
Dominik Livakovic 80 (+8) – POR (Dinamo Zagreb )
Joachim Andersen 78 (+8) – DC (Lyon)

An interesting name for the defense may be that of Joachim Andersen, last year the backbone of the defense of Sampdoria and now passed to Lyon, whose total score now marks a value of 78, +8 compared to just a year ago, while for the attack there is Nicolas Pépé, who this summer was very close to Napoli, but then settled at the Arsenal, and brought his total value to 83, for a total of 8 points earned.

What do you think of the proposed names? Have you already taken notes for your team?