FIFA 17 Rating Predictions for Juventus Players
Juventus is Italy’s top club. In 2015/16 season, Juventus won their fifth straight Serie A title, and gained their second straight Coppa Italia title, becoming the first team in Italy’s history to complete Serie A and Coppa Italia doubles in back-to-back seasons.
Several players have been hugely influential, from Buffon proving his class to defensive stalwarts in Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli. Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala proved their talent and showcased the skill that has taken them to the top of the season. What reasonable ratings they will get in FIFA 17? Take a look of our FIFA 17 Juventus Player Rating Predictions.
Giorgio Chiellini: 87 >> 87
A frustrating season for the defender, who missed much of the second half of the campaign with a recurring calf injury. Still a crucial part of the Bianconeri defence when fit, and one of the natural leaders of the team
Andrea Barzagli: 84 >> 84
Barzagli just seems to get better with age. The 35-year-old was rock-solid at the heart of the defence, and shepherded Daniele Rugani through his induction phase. Even managed to score a goal, just his second for the club, with both coming against Atalanta.
Mehdi Benatia: 84 >> 83
On 15 July 2016, Mehdi Benatia joins Juventus on a season-long loan for €3 million. Juventus have added yet another top-class center back to an already loaded defensive team. The defender was excellent during his time in Italy, but struggled for playing time in Germany.
Claudio Marchisio: 84 >> 85
Marchisio’s tactical awareness ensures he protects the defence perfectly. The midfielder missed a number of games with injury, but his return to the central role instantly helped the Bianconeri uncover their best combination of players and improve at both ends of the field.
Paulo Dybala: 81 >> 83
La Joya was arguably Juventus’ best player on the season and was the difference maker in most of the side’s key games throughout the season. When the entire team was struggling, one man was a shining light and that was Paulo Dybala. The Argentine completed his successful debut campaign with 21 goals and nine assists.
Alex Sandro: 82 >> 83
The Brazilian has been worth the money Juve paid Porto. A hugely encouraging first term in Turin for him. While it could be argued that Patrice Evra is more solid defensively, Sandro’s surging runs down the left were a feature of the second half of the season.
Miralem Pjanić: 84 >> 85
On 13 June 2016, Pjanić joined Juventus on a five-year contract for a fee of €32 million. The Bosnian finished the season with 12 goals and 13 assists and was the only Roma player to finish with double digits in both goals & assists this season. His free kicks, as usual, were as clutch as ever.
Paul Pogba: 86 >> 87
The most sought-after midfielder in Europe once again had a stellar season for La Vecchia Signora. Pogba has become more pivotal than ever after the departure of Vidal and Pirlo, working hard both defensively and offensively, scoring class goals and assisting 15 times.
Leonardo Bonucci: 83 >> 83
Is there a better defender in the world right now? His crucial intervention on Gonzalo Higuain prevented Napoli opening the scoring in what proved to be the Scudetto decider, and his long passing gives Juventus the option of going direct.
Gianluigi Buffon: 84 >> 84
The veteran goalkeeper enjoyed another terrific season by beating Sebastiano Rossi’s clean sheet record at 974 minutes. At the age of 38, Buffon is like a fine wine, he gets better with age and has signed a contract extension until 2018 at La Vecchia Signora.