CHELSEA’S FIFA 21 ratings have Mason Mount, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner among the best Blues but Kepa’s overall number was dropped.
The latest edition of the popular video game will be released on Friday.
And the Chelsea players have all had their ratings adjusted for the new campaign – including new summer signings Havertz and Werner.
The German duo are both rated 85 overall after big-money moves to join Frank Lampard’s squad.
Mount receives a big increase of five after an impressive debut season at Stamford Bridge and is now rated 80 after only being 75 in the last edition.
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But the leading Chelsea star is N’Golo Kante, the French World Cup winner is rated 88, although it is a reduction of one from last year.
Another man who has gone down in value is Spanish outcast Kepa.
The blunder-prone keeper has taken a hit of two after being bumped down from 84 to 82 in the overall ratings.
The world’s most expensive keeper has lost his No1 spot to new signing Edouard Mendy, rated 79.
Kepa has not started a game after being jettisoned by Lampard since gifting Sadio Mane a goal with a clanger trying to pass out from the back.
Spain boss Luis Enrique has kept faith with The Blues flop and while on international duty Kepa revealed his shock at getting the axe.
Surprise birthday party recipient Tammy Abraham has seen his stock rise by two after receiving a new rating of 78 compared to 2020’s 76.
While Blues fans will get the chance to play with new boy Hakim Ziyech, rated 85, before Lampard has been able to deploy the injured playmaker.
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