FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Market Analysis: Back-to-back price drops for English wonderkid
We look at significant FUT price changes on PS4 & Xbox One, and give tips on who to buy and sell.
It’s Friday which can only mean one thing – that’s right, another week of our FIFA 20 Ultimate Team market analysis! Keep reading to find out the significant changes from both the PS4 and Xbox One FUT markets and tips on where to invest your FIFA coins.
Each percentage movement is as of 00:00am UK time this morning and was correct at the time of writing. All information has been sourced from FUTBIN.
Low-cost Callum returns for second consecutive week
Callum Hudson-Odoi has made it as our most significant price-drop for the second week running. It’s not his PS4 cost that has dropped this week, but his Xbox One value. The talented young Englishman’s price has dropped by -46.68%, to just 1600 coins.
It would be a wise investment to bring the winger in to your squad now as you can either utilise his 86 acceleration and 85 agility in your team, or make a tidy profit on his card when his price inevitably increases.
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Other Price Drops
It could be time to pick up these stars on the cheap.
Daniel James – 2200 coins (-31.25%) Xbox One
Daniel James has been the name on many a United fan’s lips, after making a fast start to his Red Devils career. He’s been a beacon of hope in an otherwise unimpressive United side, and his 94 sprint speed, 80 balance and 73 dribbling reflect his quality at such a young age.
With his price down by over 30%, Xbox players should look at bringing this man in as either a Premier League squad player, or to sell him at a later date.
Juan Cuadrado – 1000 coins (-28.55%) Xbox One
That’s right, it’s the return of a FUT market analysis favourite, Juan Cuadrado. The Colombian, who previously featured as top price-dropper for two consecutive weeks, has experienced another significant dip in value to just 1000 coins.
It’s true that he hasn’t had the quickest start to the Serie A and his stats lack in attacking quality (64 finishing), but the Piemonte man’s price has fluctuated so much, there’s profit to be made in buying his card whilst it’s cheap.
Andriy Yarmolenko – 700 coins (-17.64%) PS4
Yarmolenko has made a solid start to the 2019/20 season, with three goals and an assist across nine appearances. His PS4 price jumped to 1800 coins at the start of October, but now you can pick up the Hammer for just 700 coins.
With 86 rated dribbling, 83 ball control and 83 long shots, Yarmolenko is worth picking up on the cheap.
If you have any of these items, there is no better time to sell them on the transfer market.
Bernd Leno – 5500 coins (+119.97%) Xbox One
Arsenal’s German man between the sticks has experienced a monumental price rise on the Xbox One FUT market this week, with his price now at 5500 coins. The ‘keeper has a solid set of stats with 85 GK reflexes and 84 GK positioning being stand-outs.
With the Premier League squads, it’s unsurprising that Leno’s card is so popular. If you currently own his card, now is the time to cash in.
Daniel James – 1500 coins (+76.44%) PS4
Don’t worry, you’re not going mad. Xbox One’s second highest price dropper is also PS4’s biggest price riser! As I already stated in his profile above, the young Welshman has great stats for his age, with his current popularity resulting in multiple price fluctuations over the last few weeks.
Miralem Pjanic – 17,500 coins (+70.72%) Xbox One
Pjanic has carved out a reputation for himself as one of the best central midfielders in the world, throughout his years of service at Piemonte (Juve). With 88 vision, 91 short passing and 89 ball control, it’s no wonder his price has risen so much on the Xbox One.
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Nabil Fekir – 4300 coins (+59.24%) Xbox One
With three goals and one assist in nine appearances, it would seem that Fekir has settled in to La Liga with ease, after his move from Lyon over summer. The Frenchman’s incredible dribbling stats (91 balance, 90 dribbling, 89 ball control), combined with his newfound La Liga chemistry may explain why his FUT card has become so popular.
To find all of FUT’s recent price changes, head to FUTBIN’s live market index.