In the universe of the world-class football, managers and owners are spending astronomical amounts of money when they want a certain player on their team. The stakes are high: the better your team plays, the more trophies, money, and fame you’ll be earning.
EA is now making public the roster with the biggest January transfers, giving an Ultimate Team card for each of the players. In this article we will be covering the most important of them:
The Danish footballer has been transferred to Inter Milano from Tottenham for €20 million. With the new UT card from FIFA 20, Eriksen has a staggering overall of 91, 93 for passing, and 92 for shooting.
As we’ve spoken before in a previous article, Ibrahimovic has been rewarded for his return to AC Milan with an Ultimate Team card of 90 overall. At 38 years old, the Swedish superstar is exceeding all odds and proves to the world that age cannot be an obstacle for him. He may be arrogant and rude, but he has the most unreal and fabulous ways of scoring.
His great contributions for PSG made Real Madrid interested in his services, and so he made the move to the Spanish La Liga. Areola also proved to be a good alternative for Hugo Lloris as the goalkeeper of France’s National Team. EA Sports rewarded him with a UT card of 87 overall, including 89 ratings for diving and reflexes.
At only 20 years old, this young Brazilian striker represents a huge hope that Brazil’s National Team will regain its lost glory. Cunha moved from RB Leipzig to Hertha Berlin, and he received some great stats from EA for its UT card: 87 overall, 92 dribbling, and 89 for shooting.
After 8 long seasons spent for AS Roma and 35 matches for Italy’s National Team, Florenzi made the decision to sign for the Spanish club Valencia. FIFA 20 included him in the Winter Refresh Team, offering him 86 overall, 90 pace, and 84 dribbling as the highlights. Florenzi can play both as right-back and right-wing, being a hard-working footballer that deserves respect.
There you have it, some of the most important transfers of this winter in football. Would you propose some other names instead?