Many pundits regard Lionel Messi as the best player in the world today. EA Sports FIFA is one of such group who hold that philosophy; however, they believe someone else should share the cover of the upcoming release of FIFA 16. The franchise has opened the voting to fans for the FIFA 16 UK cover.
There are four contestants who vy for the honor of gracing the FIFA 16 cover along side the Barcelona superstar: Thibaut Courtois, Sergio Aguero, Harry Kane and Jordan Henderson. Below we show each contestants bio and their pitch why they believe they should be on the cover. Voting ends July 5th and you still have the chance to vote for your player HERE. Full FIFA encourages you to vote as you have the opportunity win FUT packs
18 / TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
England’s most exciting breakthrough player, Harry Kane, has made a nuclear impact on the world of football this season by scoring an incredible 21 Barclays Premier League goals. The 21 year old Tottenham Hotspur star only started 6 league games in the 2013-2014 season, but has now become the focal point of Mauricio Pochettino’s side. From becoming PFA Young Player of the Year to scoring on his international debut, Kane’s 2014-2015 season has been nothing short of spectacular.
13 / CHELSEA FC
Champions League finalist, Europa League winner, Copa del Rey winner, La Liga winner, League Cup winner and, now, Premier League winner. Thibaut Courtois has accomplished an incredible amount by the age of 23. The Belgian number one has won league titles and domestic cups with each of his three clubs and is now establishing himself as one of the greatest goalkeepers in world football.
14 / LIVERPOOL FC
Jordan Henderson arrived at Anfield in 2011. Four years on, the central midfielder has become an integral part of both the England and Liverpool FC setups. This past season, he has played 37 league games scoring 6 goals and providing a superb 9 assists for his team mates. Henderson is already proving he has the attributes to become one of the next great English box-to-box midfielders.
16 / MANCHESTER CITY
He provided the most symbolic moment in Premier League history, now he is competing for the EA SPORTS™ FIFA 16 Cover. After winning his second Barclays Premier League title with Manchester City in 2014, Sergio Agüero joined his native Argentina and reached the final of the World Cup in Brazil. “Kun” came back from the World Cup stronger than ever to win the Golden Boot this past season. Agüero hit the net 32 times in 40 appearances in all competitions last season.