Bristol Rovers new £15.5m squad value as Everton, Middlesbrough, Burnley and Fulham men rated

Bristol Rovers entire squad has been valued with several of their loan players coming out with the best valuations

Summer signings Luke McCormick and Sylvester Jasper are tied for Bristol Rovers’ most valuable player.

That is according to the latest edition of EA Sports’ popular franchise FIFA. The FIFA 23 game mode ‘Career Mode’ has the starting values of all the Gas players with some interesting valuations.

Jasper, a deadline day signing from Fulham, here on a season-long loan, has the same valuation as McCormick, who signed for an undisclosed fee from AFC Wimbledon, and is here for the next three years.

The 21-year-old is still finding his feet at the Memorial Stadium, as he takes in several substitute appearances, hoping to impress Joey Barton. McCormick meanwhile has started the last few matches after a disrupted pre-season.

Other signings such as Josh Coburn, yet to make an appearance since signing from Middlesbrough due to injury, is just £25k short of being worth £1m. Bobby Thomas isn’t far behind him and is worth £950k.

Despite being tied for Rovers’ best player on FIFA, Aaron Collins, who signed a new long-term contract this summer, is only worth £775k. He has scored six goals and got three assists this season.

Jordan Rossiter, signed from Fleetwood Town for an undisclosed fee is worth £600k, whilst John Marquis, who arrived on a free transfer has a valuation of half a million. Out of the newest arrivals, former Brentford left-back Lewis Gordon is the lowest valued player at £300k.

As for their least valuable player, academy defender Sam Heal, who has recently gone out on loan to non-league side North Leigh, is only valued at £170k.

Rovers’ valuation on FIFA 23 is double what it is worth in the eyes of Transfermarkt, who thought that Glenn Whelan, Collins and Harry Anderson were the most valuable players, with the squad’s complete value being £7.7m, you can see their values here.

Bristol Rovers FIFA 23 Career Mode values

Sylvester Jasper - £1.4m

Luke McCormick - £1.4m

Antony Evans - £975k

Josh Coburn - £975k

Bobby Thomas - £950k

Lewis Gibson - £875k

James Connolly - £850k

Aaron Collins - £775k

Luca Hoole - £725k

Harry Anderson - £625k

Sam Finley - £600k

Jordan Rossiter - £600k

James Gibbons - £500k

John Marquis - £500k

Ryan Loft - £425k

Nick Anderton - £400k

Josh Grant - £350k

James Belshaw - £325k

Lewis Gordon - £300k

Paul Coutts - £250k

Anssi Jaakkola - £250k

Glenn Whelan - £250k

Trevor Clarke - £250k

Alfie Kilgour - £240k

Zain Westbrooke - £230k

Ryan Jones - £200k

Harvey Saunders - £200k

Sam Heal - £170k

FIFA 23 is available to purchase from Friday, 30 September, both digitally and physically in an abundance of stores.