The January transfer window is long gone, meaning a new batch of FIFA 20 Ones to Watch items could be on the horizon.
With the new cards set to drop this week, keep reading to find out everything you need to know about the winter Ones to Watch.
FIFA 20’s Ratings Refresh commenced at 6pm GMT on Friday, 14 February, but we are yet to see any Ones to Watch items.
We believe EA will save this for Friday, 21 February at 6pm GMT.
More OTW cards are expected to follow over the weekend until Monday, 24 February.
How do they work?
These live cards will upgrade to match the player's highest in-form for their current team.
Therefore, any player who moved club in January and also receives a OTW will have to earn a new In-Form card before their OTW rating can rise.
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If the promo is the same as last year, a OTW card will match the highest rating from any TOTW, European TOTT, Hero or Record Breaker card.
How to get them
If this promo runs the same as last year, then the new set of Ones to Watch cards will be made available in packs for a limited time from 6pm on Friday 21 February.
There were a number of big-name moves this January window, so we're expecting some special Winter OTW cards.
Christian Eriksen (OVR 88 → OTW 88)
Position: CAM, CMNew club: Inter MilanCost: 32.5k PS4 / 29k Xbox One
Christian Eriksen’s future hung in the balance for a while, as the Danishman’s Tottenham contract expired in June 2020.
However, it’s now been confirmed that Eriksen will now ply his trade in Serie A, completing a £27.2 million move to Inter Milan. With his incredible playmaking ability, Eriksen is poised to set Serie A alight.
Bruno Fernandes (OVR 85 → OTW 85)
Position: CAM, CM
New club: Manchester United
Cost: 12.5k PS4 / 11.25k Xbox One
Since joining Sporting back in 2017, Bruno Fernades has developed into an incredible midfield talent. He’s been on sublime form this season, contributing 15 goals and 14 assists in 28 appearances.
It’s no wonder the Portuguese man has been so sought after. Although Barcelona looked to highjack Manchester United’s deal, the Red Devils have won the race for Fernandes.