The development team at EA Sports is delivering yet another Team of the Week package for the Ultimate Team mode in FIFA 16, which allows gamers to get access to some of the best players of the moment, including the incredible Jamie Vardy, who is currently leading Leicester to the Premier League title and might become an even bigger star during the coming European Championship.

All the players are selected based on their performance during championship matches that took place over the weekend, and they can be used to improve the Chemistry of any user-created first eleven.
The attacking line of the Team of the Week for FIFA 16 is dominated by English players, with Jamie Vardy joined by Andy Carroll from West Ham but also by Klose, who has been performing very well in Italy.
The midfield line selected by EA Sports is made up of Koke, from Athletico Madrid, Bruno Peres, Roman Eremenko and Hatem Ben Arfa, all players with a solid work rate and the ability to deliver a killer ball that can unlock an opposition defense.
Alberto Moreno, David Alaba, and Toby Alderweireld are the defenders that fans of FIFA 16 can now pick up, offering both defensive and offensive options.
The goalkeeper of the Team of Week is Gianluigi Buffon from Juventus.
Gamers are also getting access to the normal seven substitutes, and EA Sports has been offering access to another five players for FIFA 16 to make sure that gamers have plenty of options when it comes to the semi-random Draft experience.
FIFA 17 announcement will probably arrive in late May As the development team offers new Team of the Week packages and more community events, most of its resources are associated with the next installment in the football simulation franchise, which is set to arrive at some point in September of this year.
No information has been offered about the core mechanics or the tweaks that might be made to Ultimate Team until now, but the team will probably offer official details during its event associated with E3 2016.
Rumors are claiming that this year Lionel Messi, the captain of Barcelona, will no longer be the main cover athlete for the video game because Electronic Arts and his management have failed to reach an agreement about compensation.
Apparently EA Sports is exploring other options at the moment, and the new star that will be associated with the football simulation will be selected from England, which is the richest championship in the world at the moment.