Football in 2020 is in full steam, with activity starting to kick off in the January transfer window.
Whilst the big money, high profile transfers are usually reserved for the summer window, the January window gives clubs the opportunity to bring in reinforcements for the second half of the campaign.
There has been some big names moving across Europe already this window and a whole load more rumoured to be on the move. Here is the rundown of all the key January action.NOW LISTEN BELOW: EVERYTHING going on this week in FUT!
Erling Braut Haaland (OVR 73 → 79)
New club: Borussia Dortmund
Current price: 4k PS4 / 850 coins Xbox One
There was plenty of potential suitors for the Leeds born Norwegian striker Erling Braut Haaland, but it was German giants Borussia Dortmund who won the battle for his signature.
He is currently a 73 rated non-rare silver on FUT, expect that card to receive a significant ratings boost on his transferred card.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (OVR 85 → 85)
New club: AC Milan
Cost: 9.7k PS4 / 9.7k Xbox One
He may be 38 years old, but that hasn’t stopped Zlatan from making yet another high profile move, rejoining former employers AC Milan on a six-month contract.
Ibrahimovic is currently rated 85 on his LA Galaxy card and we don’t expect that to change on his transferred card.
Julian Weigl (OVR 80 → 80)
Position: CDM, CB
New club: Benfica
Cost: 1.8k PS4 / 2k Xbox One
It’s one in and one out at Dortmund after Benfica won the race to sign the highly sought after German midfielder Julian Weigl.
The German midfielder is currently an 80-rated non-rare gold card and we don’t expect there to be any change to his rating on his transferred card.
Pepe Reina (OVR 82 → 82)
New club: Aston Villa (loan)
Cost: 1.6k PS4 / 1.5k Xbox One
In the relegation zone and with their first-choice goalkeeper injured, Aston Villa needed to act swiftly in the transfer window.
The loan acquisition of World Cup winner Pepe Reina is a smart one, with the ‘keeper very experienced at the age of 37, and knows the rough and tumble of the Premier League due to his eight seasons at Liverpool.
Gedson Fernandes (OVR 76 → 78)
New club: Tottenham (loan)
Cost: 650 PS4 / 700 Xbox One
A host of clubs were after the next wonderkid on the Benfica conveyor belt, and it looks as if Tottenham have won the race for central midfielder Gedson Fernandes.
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Ryan Babel (OVR 78 → 78)
Position: LM, ST
New club: Ajax (loan)
Cost: 1.2k PS4 / 1.7k Xbox One
Ryan Babel has returned to Ajax on loan from Galatasaray, as he begins his third spell at the club.
He may now be 33, but with over 120 goals for club and country in his career, the Dutch international is exactly the kind of experienced signing that can help the Amsterdam club hold on to their Eredivisie title.
Patrick Cutrone (OVR 77 → 77)
New club: Fiorentina (loan)
Cost: 950 PS4 / 1k Xbox One
With just three goals in 24 appearances since signing for Wolves in the summer, Patrick Cutrone’s move from AC Milan hasn’t gone to plan.
The 22-year-old Italian international has returned to his homeland with a loan to Fiorentina a great move for all parties.
Takumi Minamino (OVR 75 → 77)
Positions: RM, ST, CAM
New club: Liverpool
Cost: 650 PS4 / 650 Xbox One
Another player who has left Salzburg for pastures new this month is Japanese attacking midfielder Takumi Minamino, who joins Liverpool on a four-and-a-half-year contract.
His current RB Salzburg card is a 75-rated CAM, with his new Liverpool rating 77.
Cenk Tosun (OVR 77 → 77)
New club: Crystal Palace (loan)
FUT cost: 900 PS4, 1.3k Xbox One
Cenk Tosun has shown flashes of why Everton signed him for £27 million two years ago, but 10 goals in 51 games for the Toffees hasn’t been good enough.
A loan move to Crystal Palace makes sense, where he can link up with fellow attackers Jordan Ayew, Wilfried Zaha and Andros Townsend.
Danny Drinkwater (OVR 77 – 77)
New club: Aston Villa (loan)
Cost: 850 PS4 / 1k Xbox One
It’s been a tough season and a half for Danny Drinkwater, playing just three games since the start of last season. Two of those came this term for Burnley, with his loan from Chelsea cut short for a switch to Aston Villa.
It was a tough debut for the central midfielder, at fault for two of the goals in a 6-1 destruction by Manchester City.
Ondrej Duda (OVR 77 → 77)
Position: CAM, CM
New club: Norwich (loan)
Cost: 650 PS4 / 750 Xbox One
Norwich are really up against it in the fight for Premier League survival, and the loan signing of Ondrej Duda will aid their cause.
The 25-year-old will look to recapture his form of last season where he recorded 11 goals and seven assists.
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