“No big club has seen his talent except from Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s scout. He is so good but he has not been recognised. He will soon play alongside Kobbie Mainoo in the midfield. They will crush teams”-Only two Premier League players who are Man United target can beat what Kobbie Mainoo has done at Man United this season as they are set to agree deal to play at old Trafford

Kobbie Mainoo’s stellar performances for Manchester United this season have not gone unnoticed, with his remarkable improvement reflected in the latest update of EA FC 24.

In the inaugural edition of the EA Sports FC game series, which continually adjusts player ratings and stats based on real-life performances, Mainoo has emerged as one of the standout performers for United this season. Despite starting with a modest rating of 62, Mainoo has made significant strides, with his overall rating now standing at 68, marking a notable six-point increase. This makes him one of the most improved players in the Premier League this season.

The 18-year-old midfielder, who initially had limited first-team exposure, has become a mainstay in United’s lineup since December, starting in every game. His contributions have been instrumental to Erik ten Hag’s setup, earning him recognition from EA Sports, who project a potential future rating of 88/99, placing him among the top-rated players in the squad alongside stalwarts like Bruno Fernandes and Casemiro.

In the latest squad update on February 22, Mainoo received several upgrades across various attributes, showcasing his all-round improvement on the virtual pitch. Notably, his crossing, long shots, and vision have seen significant boosts, reflecting his growing influence on the field.

Among Premier League players, Mainoo’s progression stands out, with only a few others experiencing similar leaps in their ratings. With consistent performances, Mainoo is poised to further elevate his rating, cementing his status as a rising star in the footballing world.

Agility: 77-78 (+1)

• Long shots: 48-50 (+2)

• Vision: 62-65 (+3)

• Finishing: 55-57 (+2)

• Short passing: 72-73 (+1)

• Dribbling: 68-69 (+1)

• Long passing: 64-65 (+1)

• Ball Control: 64-66 (+2)

• Aggression: 68-70 (+2)

• Standing tackle: 66-67 (+1)

• Weak foot: 2/5-3/5 (+1)

• Overall rating: 67-68 (+1)

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Cole Palmer has improved the most, with the Chelsea midfielder jumping from 66 to 76 overall. Liverpool’s Jarell Quansah was the second-most-improved player in the Premier League with his rating increasing from 62 to 71 overall, while Crystal Palace’s January signing Adam Wharton was joint-third with Mainoo (+6).

Based on his performances so far, it’s clear to see that Mainoo deserves much higher than 68 overall, but if he can continue his impressive run of form for United over the coming months, expect his rating to keep increasing.

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