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Toronto FC’s FIFA 17 player ratings have been revealed

Sebastian Giovinco is the highest-rated player in MLS on the newest edition of EA Sports’ soccer game.

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You can look forward to playing with an upgraded Sebastian Giovinco on FIFA 17.

The new game from EA Sports is released in North America on September 27 and Toronto FC’s star man has been boosted from his 81 base rating on FIFA 16 to an 83, making him the highest-rated player in MLS ahead of David Villa, Kaka and Andrea Pirlo.

Michael Bradley is not far behind on 80, while Jozy Altidore earns a one-point rise to 75.

I might have given Drew Moor, Justin Morrow and Jonathan Osorio an extra point or two each and I’d have Tsubasa Endoh and Jay Chapman above Daniel Lovitz, but for the most part they look pretty fair. What do you think?

Goalkeepers: Clint Irwin (69), Alex Bono (64), Quillan Roberts (58).

Defenders: Drew Moor (71), Justin Morrow (70), Steven Beitashour (69), Josh Williams (68), Eriq Zavaleta (67), Ashtone Morgan (66), Mark Bloom (65), Nick Hagglund (65), Clement Simonin (61), Chris Mannella (55).

Midfielders: Michael Bradley (80), Benoit Cheyrou (72), Will Johnson (71), Jonathan Osorio (68), Marky Delgado (66), Tsubasa Endoh (65), Daniel Lovitz (65), Armando Cooper (64), Jay Chapman (63).

Forwards: Sebastian Giovinco (83), Jozy Altidore (75), Tosaint Ricketts (65), Jordan Hamilton (64), Mo Babouli (63).

You can check out each player’s FIFA 17 card with their full ratings here.