There’s just no leaving out Lionel Messi. The Argentinean has made the final three for the Cheap FIFA Coins Player of the Year after notching 54 goals over the past 18 months. Messi lifted his eighth La Liga title in 11 years in 2016, and added a Copa del Rey and Spanish Supercup to boot. The magician was disappointed with Argentina’s coming up short once again in an international final, with La Albiceleste beaten by Chile on penalties at the Copa America, and subsequently retired from the international scene, only to reverse his decision three weeks later.
The 29-year-old right winger has a 93 rating on FIFA Ultimate Team, and will cost a whopping 865,000 coins on PS4 and 742,000 on XB1.A sensational year of Antoine Griezmann that is as equally heart-breaking. The striker lost in both the Champions League and Euro 2016 finals to a certain someone, but that should take nothing away from his scintillating performances, which have earned him a place in the Player of the Year final three. The 25-year-old has netted 38 goals for Atletico Madrid since the start of last season, and was top scorer at the Euros after scoring six goals in seven games for hosts France.
With Atletico struggling in La Liga this season, could this be Griezmann’s last campaign with Los Colchoneros? The former Real Sociedad man has an 88 rating on FIFA 17, and will set you back 230,000 coins on PS4 and 180,000 on XB1 in Ultimate Team.The overwhelming favourite for the FIFA Player of the Year. Cristiano Ronaldo had a year to remember, lifting the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, Club World Cup and Euro 2016.The 31-year-old has banged in 66 goals for Real Madrid since the start of last season, and he netted three times in 7 games during Euro 2016.
He would have hurt him going off injured just 15 minutes into the European Championship final, but the support he gave his side from the touchline indicated how much an international honour meant to him. Former Manchester United man Ronaldo won France Football’s Ballon d’Or last month, and after making the final three for the Player of the Year, his name may as well already be engraved on it. The left winger has a 94 rating in Ultimate Team, and will cost a gargantuan 1.6 million coins on both consoles.