As the greatest league on the planet, Premier League have so many wonderfull and powerfull players. With the new season has dawned, and is now fully in motion, UFUT16 brings you the Top 5 Premier League players on FIFA 17, and how much it will cost you to get hold of them on Career Mode and Ultimate Team. Now, give me 10 mins, we will bring you my FIFA World.


David de Gea (OVR 90)
It’s a surprising choice coming in at number one, with Manchester United number one David de Gea the best Premier League player on the game. The Spaniard is definitely in the argument for best goalkeeper in the world, but few would regard him as the best the league has to be offer. The Spaniard has 90 reflexes, 88 diving and 87 kicking on the game, making him the second-best goalkeeper behind Manuel Neuer. It will take a bid of around £80 million to dislodge the 25-year-old from Manchester United on Career Mode, where you will see the benefit of his 92 potential, and on Ultimate Team he will cost 140,000 coins regardless of console.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (OVR 90)
Joining De Gea at the top is his Manchester United teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Before this season he would have been a strong contender for best Premier League player after his move from Paris Saint-Germain, and although he hasn’t be a flop, there are slight signs that the 34-year-old his now on the decline. That said, the Swede still has 93 shot power, 93 strength and 93 volleys to his game, along with five traits and seven specialties. At it stands he only has one year on his contract at Old Trafford, so he could be signed for free at the end of the season, or just £20 million in January in Career Mode. On Ultimate Team he will cost over 450,000 coins on PlayStation 4 and 420,000 on Xbox One.

Thibaut Courtois (OVR 89)
There is no arguing Thibaut Courtois’ potential, but not even Chelsea fans would say he is the third best player in the Premier League. That said, The Belgian number one is one of the most reliable goalkeepers in the league, and was part of a Chelsea side that kept six clean sheets in a row this season. The 24-year-old has 91 handling, 89 reflexes, 86 positioning as well as a potential of 93 on FIFA 17, which can be bought on career mode for around £70 million. He is just as expensive Ultimate Team buy, costing 83,000 coins on PS4 and 74,000 on XB1.

Mesut Ozil (OVR 89)
Now the top 10 starts to make sense with the in form Mesut Ozil coming in fourth. The German is now starting to add goals to his game with seven already this season, much to the dismay of Premier League defences. The 27-year-old attacking midfielder or left winger has 93 vision, 90 ball control and 89 short passing on the game, which will cost over £60 million on Career Mode to get hold of. As for Ultimate Team, the Arsenal playmaker will set you back 75,500 coins on PS4 and 66,000 on XB1.

Sergio Aguero (OVR 89)
Fifth place looks a bit low for a man who has raced to 100 Premier League goals, and there is no doubting that Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero is one of the best PL strikers we have ever seen. This is reflected in FIFA 17 with the Argentine holding 92-rated acceleration, 91 positioning and 90 finishing, which would cost near £80 million to sign on Career Mode. On Ultimate Team, you will need 485,000 coins to get him on PS4 and just the 431,000 on XB1.