The Winter Ones to Watch promotion will be arriving soon.
It will come as part of the Winter Refresh release, and we're expecting to see some impressive new dynamic cards.
Winter OTW Predictions
It wasn't the most exciting transfer window of all time, but there were a few big names who secured themselves a big-money move.
Here is who we are expecting to see when the new crop of players come around.
Willian Jose (Real Sociedad → Wolves)
Brazilian forward Willian Jose was brought to Molineux to help a struggling Wolves side refind their form, with the ambitious Midlands club currently sitting in a rather disappointing 12th.
With no timescale for the return of Raul Jiminez, the 29-year-old is likely to see plenty of game time for Nuno's men, so an inform or two is a real possibility.
Fikaou Tomori (Chelsea → AC Milan)
Fikaou Tomori has joined AC Milan on loan until the end of the season in search of more game time as he looks to continue his development.
The Englishman is a favourite for cheap sides on Ultimate Team thanks to his 80-rated pace and, if he can help the Serie A side in their quest for a first league title in over a decade, then upgrades could be on the cards.
Luka Jovic (Real Madrid → Eintracht Frankfurt)
Things haven't gone great for the Serbian since his move from Frankfurt to Real back in 2019, but he's back where he belongs now.
Jovic has already bagged himself an 83-rated TOTW card since rejoining the Bundesliga side on loan in January, and he could well see one or two more before the season is out.
Jesse Lingard (Manchester United → West Ham United)
Another newly transferred player who has found himself in the TOTW in recent times is West Ham United's, Jesse Lingard.
The attacking midfielder has linked up with David Moyes for the second time in his career and is back enjoying his football having seen little minutes at Old Trafford in recent times. Don't rule out further upgrades for this anticipated OTW card.
Sebastian Haller (West Ham United → Ajax)
Whilst Jesse is enjoying life at the London Stadium, Sebastian Haller most certainly did not.
The big striker got his desired move to Ajax in January, ending a pretty underwhelming spell with the Hammers. If he can find his form in the Netherlands, then he could be a great investment.