06 May 2021 9:20 PM +00:00

FIFA 21 UEL RTTF: Pogba and Rashford secure upgrades as Aubameyang and Peres are eliminated

And there we have it, the Europa League finalists have been confirmed.

Manchester United will face Villarreal in Gidansk on Wednesday, May 26th after the two sides saw off the challenge of AS Roma and Arsenal respectively.

The conclusion of the semi-finals means that there are upgrades on the cards for those RTTF players from the winning sides, with the losers seeing their journey come to an end.

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Upgrade Dates

The UEL RTTF upgrades should be applied in FIFA 21's Ultimate Team in the early hours of Saturday, May 8th.

Each of the winning players will see their ratings upgraded by one from their current rating, the upgrades are permanent.

Upgrades

There are two players being upgraded, both from Manchester United. Here is how there cards should look come Saturday.

Paul Pogba (89 OVR → 90 OVR)

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Manchester United's Paul Pogba has been one of the standout performers for Ole's men in their route to the final, with his RTTF card joining the 90-club as a result of their victory over Roma.

The Frenchman's dribbling and passing will both be in the 90's after the victory, with 89-rated physicality and 87-rated shooting making for a top tier box-to-box central midfielder.

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Marcus Rashford (88 OVR → 89 OVR)

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Joining Pogba in the upgrades pile is his Manchester United teammate, Marcus Rashford.

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The English forward is the standout man in the Premier League Team of the Season setup, though his RTTF owners will be happy with his latest upgrade.

95-rated pace, 89-rated dribbling and 88-rated shooting make for a rather lethal combination for the United and England talisman.

End of the Road

Where there are winners, there must be losers, and there are three of them this evening.

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Roma's Bruno Peres sees his noble attempt for a European final come to an end, as Arsenal's Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang.

As a result, the two will see there cards remain at the current ratings for the remainder of the FUT year.