A number of different FIFA 22 cardshave now been released, including the top 100 highest-rated cards, which contain a number of Premier League strikers, among them.
A number of other players, including Callum Wilson, Michail Antonio, Danny Ings, and Dominic-Calvert Lewin, have not yet been confirmed for their respective teams. We will update this list as soon as their ratings become available in order to provide a more accurate representation of the best Premier League strikers in the game. So far, here are the top ten most popular items. Patrick Bamford's FIFA 22 card receives a significant boost, as he is promoted to the Gold Division for the first time with a 78 rated card. Gabriel Jesus' card in FIFA 21 was a surprise hit for many players. He saw a lot of action during the early stages of the game's life cycle and was widely regarded as a fairly broken card at the time of writing. For your Premier League squad, he is still a fantastic (relatively) affordable Premier League striker.
As a result, Timo Werner has been downgraded from an 85 to an 84 rating on the card. This appears to be a little unfair. However, EA has determined that he is eligible for a downgrade, and he receives a four-point reduction in his shooting and a two-point reduction in his dribbling. He's still extremely quick, though, so he'll almost certainly appear in Weekend League games in the future. Firmino will be downgraded yet again, this time by two positions, from 87 to 85. Only a single point is deducted from his dribbling rating, two points are deducted from his passing rating, and two points are deducted from his shooting rating, which is the same as last year. Even though Firmino finished the previous game with an impressive 99-rated card, the low 77 pace made his base gold less than extremely valuable.
Auba also suffers a two-point drop, going from 87 to 85. Because Arsenal hasn't been having the best of seasons in the Premier League, Aubameyang has been downgraded to a lower ranking. Arsenal's attacking midfielder sees his pace drop by four points, from 93 to 89, as well as his shooting and dribbling abilities decline.
Despite the fact that Cavani's place in the Manchester United starting 11 has been overshadowed by the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, there is no denying that the Uruguayan made an impact for the club last season. As a result, Cavani's rating in FIFA 22 actually rises by one point, thanks to his performance. He's significantly slower (down to 66 miles per hour), but his shooting and physicality have improved.
Vardy's rating remains at 86, but his speed has dropped from 88 to 85, making this somewhat usable card from FIFA 21 a little less useful in FIFA 22. In his second season with Leicester, Vardy has continued to be a productive player who will likely receive numerous upgrades throughout the season, culminating in something like his 94-rated TOTS card from 21. This season, he'll be critical to Leicester City's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League.
It is the first time that Lukaku has achieved an 88 rating, surpassing his previous 87-rated card in FIFA 19. His signing for Chelsea was a significant boost to the club's chances of winning the Premier League this season, as well as a second consecutive run in the Champions League following last season's triumph. He may have below-average forward dribbling, but who knows how the meta will shake out in FIFA 22. It's possible that Lukaku will find a home in the future.
Will the card have a greater meta-effect in FIFA 22? Time will tell whether or not this is true. Kane is also the highest-rated English player in the game, which he has held for a long time. After a disappointing season with Juventus, Ronaldo's rating has dropped to 91, placing him third in the world behind Messi and Lewandowski. However, because he now plays for Manchester United, it is much easier to link his broken FIFA card in FIFA 22 than it was previously.