FIFA 21: Chelsea Player Ratings for Ultimate Team Revealed

FIFA 21: Chelsea Player Ratings for Ultimate Team Revealed

Chelsea’s young stars of last season have received boosts this year | Christopher Lee/Getty Images

Chelsea had a promising season in 2019/20 following the arrival of new manager and club legend Frank Lampard.

Questions were raised over whether the 42-year-old English manager would be able to guide the Blues to a strong finish due to his inexperience in management, but they ended the campaign in fourth position, with Lampard’s faith in younger players paying off.

The likes of Tammy Abraham, Reece James and Mason Mount were all an integral part of Chelsea’s squad last season, and have seen their stats upgraded in FIFA 21.

Here’s how Chelsea’s squad looks in EA Sports’ latest game in the FIFA series.

The young midfielder put in some impressive performances last season | Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

29. Danny Drinkwater (73)

Drinkwater spent last season on loan at Burnley and Aston Villa | Catherine Ivill/Getty Images
The Englishman was a target for Bayern Munich this summer | Visionhaus/Getty Images

27. Willy Caballero (75)

The goalkeeper was second fiddle to Kepa last season | Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images
Rahman has been loaned out to Schalke, Stade Reims and RCD Mallorca since joining Chelsea | TF-Images/Getty Images

25. Marco van Ginkel (75)

van Ginkel has been on three consecutive loan spells with PSV Eindhoven | Soccrates Images/Getty Images
Tomori was one of the young players Lampard integrated into the side last season | Jean Catuffe/Getty Images

23. Reece James (77)

James was another youngster Lampard showed faith in last season | BEN STANSALL/Getty Images
The Chelsea midfielder made just seven Premier League appearances last season | Dan Istitene/Getty Images

FIFA 20 Rating: 79

A -1 decrease for the midfielder who has now been sent on loan to Fulham due to a lack of game time at Chelsea last season.

21. Ross Barkley (78)

Barkley is on loan at Aston Villa | Catherine Ivill/Getty Images
After loan spells under previous Chelsea managers, Abraham finally got his chance in the first-team | Clive Rose/Getty Images

19. Olivier Giroud (79)

Giroud chipped in with some important goals last season | Michael Regan/Getty Images
The left back was in and out of the Chelsea side last season | Steve Bardens/Getty Images

17. Andreas Christensen (79)

The Danish centre back made 21 Premier League appearances for Chelsea last season | Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images
Mendy will likely phase out last season’s first choice goalkeeper Kepa | Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

15. Mason Mount (80)

The midfielder has Lampard’s trust after the Chelsea legend took him on loan at Derby County in his first managerial role | Visionhaus/Getty Images
There’s no change in Zouma’s FIFA rating this year | Marc Atkins/Getty Images

13. Ben Chilwell (81)

Chilwell scored on his Chelsea league debut against Crystal Palace | Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

FIFA 20 Rating: 79A +2 increase for Chilwell off the back of an impressive 2019/20 campaign with Leicester City, which prompted Chelsea to buy the left back.

The German centre back has remained at Chelsea despite links elsewhere | Clive Rose/Getty Images

11. Marcos Alonso (81)

Alonso received late interest from Inter in the final days of the transfer window | Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images
The winger ended 2019/20 in excellent form | Visionhaus/Getty Images

9. Kepa Arrizabalaga (82)

Kepa hasn’t featured for Chelsea since Mendy’s debut against Tottenham | Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images
Many Chelsea fans were impressed by Kovacic last season | Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

7. Jorginho (83)

The midfielder was linked with a move to Arsenal this summer | Catherine Ivill/Getty Images
Azpilicueta’s rating is the same as his FIFA 20 card | Clive Rose/Getty Images

5. Thiago Silva (85)

Silva made the move from Paris to west London this summer | David Ramos/Getty Images
Chelsea spectacularly secured the signing of Werner, who seemed Liverpool-bound, this summer | Visionhaus/Getty Images

FIFA 20 Rating: 83Werner’s goals for RB Leipzig in the Champions League last season had a host of clubs interested in signing the striker, but Chelsea came out on top.

3. Hakim Ziyech (85)

The majority of Ziyech’s Chelsea career so far has seen him injured | Steve Bardens/Getty Images
Havertz was one of this summer’s stand-out signings | ALASTAIR GRANT/Getty Images

1. N’Golo Kante (88)

N’Golo Kante is Chelsea’s highest-rated player in FIFA 21 | BEN STANSALL/Getty Images

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