Alongside the main squad which is now available in packs, EA has also released a Petros SBC and Mitchell te Vrede Objectives card.
Take a look at how and why you should add te Vrede to your squad below.
Team of the Season
Mitchell te Vrede is not the only Team of the Season objectives player to be released in the last week.
Premier League stars Rodri and Patrick Bamford were released on Friday, 30 April and they both boast high ratings too.
You will need to hurry to unlock all three objective players though as they all expire on Friday, 7 May.
Dutch striker te Vrede is the latest to be released though, so let’s take a closer look at his new card below.
Mitchell te Vrede (OVR 89)
Start Date: Monday, 3 May
Expiry Date: Friday, 7 May
There are four objectives to complete to unlock Mitchell te Vrede for your Ultimate Team which can be completed in Squad Battles or Division Rivals.
The requirements are as follows:
Saudi Scoring – Score using Saudi Pro League players in three separate matches (minimum Professional difficulty)
1 x Gold Pack
Weak Foot Work – Score two goals in two separate matches using players with minimum four-star Weak Foot (minimum World Class difficulty)
1 x 75+ Rated Rare Player
Dazzling Dutch – Score and assist in six wins using Dutch players (minimum Professional difficulty)
1 x Electrum Players Pack
Pro League Lineup – Assist with a cross in three separate matches with at least five Saudi Pro League players in the starting XI (minimum Professional difficulty)
1 x Premium Gold Pack
Worth the grind?
It should take a maximum of six matches to complete these objectives, although you can shorten that time if you combine it with the Patrick Bamford objectives.
If you use a Dutch player off the bench to work through the 'Dazzling Dutch' objectives, it should only take three extra games.
Mitchell te Vrede may not have the league chemistry links, but his Dutch nationality does mean he could fit some teams.
If you are doubting if he's worth it though, just check out those stats!
Physically, te Vrede will be tough to beat, and standing at 6'3" he is a serious threat in the air.
We think the Dutch striker will be a great impact sub and can't wait to see what he can do.