In the EA Sports FC game, Kyle Walker is no longer Man City’s fastest player.

The 33-year-old won the Treble with City last season and has enjoyed a trophy-laden spell at the Etihad Stadium since his move from Tottenham Hotspur in 2017. question marks had been raised over Walker’s long-term future at City with his deal having been due to expire next summer, and rumors of him leaving had surfaced. however, the defender is no longer the quickest player at Manchester City, according to the latest EA Sports FC video game.

Walker, who has started his sixth season at the Etihad Stadium, has made 260 appearances for City and has scored six goals.


The right-back defender’s marauding runs and speed have been one of his defining characteristics throughout his career, and the FIFA games have frequently used them as examples.


Walker is no longer the fastest player in the City squad in the most recent iteration of the video game, which will be released later this month and will now be known as EA Sports FC after the partnership with FIFA ended. Instead, a new signing from this summer has taken over that position.

Jeremy Doku, a winger who joined City from French club Rennes in a reported £55.5 million deal, has been given a pace rating of 91 by EA Sports as a result of his move, just edging out right-back Kyle Walker, who continues to have an impressive rating of 90. Walker, however, has taken the change in good spirits and believes the Belgium international is only ahead of him by over five metres and that he himself is still quicker.

“Jeremy is a 91. He is quicker than me, say, over five meters. Usain Bolt competes in 100-meter races; he does not compete in five-meter races. I still claim to be faster.”


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