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Wolves EA Sports FC 24 Ratings: Full squad ‘leaked’ including Bellegarde, Kalajdzic & Kilman - gallery

Wolves player ratings for the latest EA Sports FC 24 game have been leaked online ahead of its release later this month.

Wolves EA Sports FC 24 player ratings have apparently been leaked, and there are some decisions that will cause long discussions amongst the fan base.

FIFA is no more and instead, the game has been re-branded to EA FC 24, which is short for Football Club. An agreement between the governing body FIFA and the games maker EA Sports could not be reached and so the two have gone their separate ways. The game looks very similar to the previous editions as FIFA, and as always the Wolves kits will be fully licenced, and Molineux will be on there.

Ultimate Team is one of the most popular game modes, and that is where player ratings are usually locked in for most of the game. A player can receive special cards such as an ‘in-form’ or a Team of the Season card, but these ratings unlike offline game modes rarely change. It means for most Wolves players their ratings will not change, and if these leaked ratings are anything to go by then there is an added motivation to improve their card through delivering good performances.

It was a summer of change at Molineux with Julen Lopetegui departing on the eve of the season, and replaced by ex-AFC Bournemouth head coach Gary O’Neil. He was busy towards the end of the summer transfer window and several players have come in to bolster the squad. Uruguayian centre-back Santiago Bueno joined from Girona, and following his move he has seen a fairly sizeable rating increase. The 24-year-old was joined by Tommy Doyle who was at Sheffield United last season, and whilst he helped the Blades to promotion, thus earning him a slight increase, it is not enough to earn him a gold card which is reserved for players 75 or above.

Below are all the players that are registered with Wolves’ first-team, and their specific ratings. Flick through the pages to see who was given what rating, with our article beginning with the lowest rated and finishing with those who are ranked the best. The ratings also include the difference from what they had been given in FIFA 23.

*Please note that the official ratings are yet to be confirmed, and will be published by EA Sports when the EA FC 24 companion app for Ultimate Team launches later this month. Ratings are provided by the FUTScores Database.

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