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“Rio Ferdinand’s Bold Choice: Why He’d Choose £40m Tottenham Gem Over Manchester United Star Today”

Rio Ferdinand discussed a variety of Premier League player comparisons during the launch of the new EA FC game.

TalKSPORT was questioning Ferdinand about a lot of different players when EA announced their game ratings.

And after Tottenham’s James Maddison was given an 84 and Manchester United’s Mason Mount an 81, Ferdinand conceded the Spurs ace is the man right now.

Rio Ferdinand picks James Maddison over Mason Mount

Speaking to TalkSPORT, Ferdinand said at that right now, Maddison is the better player on form and that roles have been reversed from a few years ago.

“That score would have been reversed if it was two years ago. But right now on form you’ve got to go Maddison. He’s gone into Spurs and they look a really good team and everything positive they’re doing he’s at the heartbeat of it,” Ferdinand said.

And after Tottenham’s James Maddison was given an 84 and Manchester United’s Mason Mount an 81, Ferdinand conceded the Spurs ace is the man right now.

Rio Ferdinand picks James Maddison over Mason Mount

Speaking to TalkSPORT, Ferdinand said at that right now, Maddison is the better player on form and that roles have been reversed from a few years ago.

“That score would have been reversed if it was two years ago. But right now on form you’ve got to go Maddison. He’s gone into Spurs and they look a really good team and everything positive they’re doing he’s at the heartbeat of it,” Ferdinand said.

Proving a point

For years, Mason Mount has – quite rightly as well – been an England regular while Maddison has often waited in the shadows.

However, roles are reversed right now and you could argue Mount doesn’t even get into the next England squad really. Maddison, meanwhile, is one of the main men for the Three Lions and will be integral for the next tournament on this form.

Maddison has gone to Tottenham and proven himself to be quite the player in a better side

Of course, he is benefitting from a full team playing well and being given freedom to play with flair in the final third. But Maddison deserves credit for embracing it and he will surely only go from strength to strength now.

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