Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr FUT card added to FIFA 23 in January transfers
EA have added the first wave of transferred players to FIFA 23 Ultimate Team, including Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr card.
EA SPORTS have added a host of brand-new cards to FIFA 23 Ultimate Team following a busy January transfer window, including the long-awaited arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr FUT item.
FIFA 23 players are always being treated to new cards in Ultimate Team. Almost every week, EA conjures up a new promo full of special items, from Future Stars celebrating the best young talent in the game to the prestigious Team of the Year event.
However, each year the devs also add updated Gold cards for the stars who made a move in the January transfer window, allowing fans to see their favorite players with their new badge and kit for the first time.
After the window closed on January 31, EA wasted no time in bringing a host of transferred cards to FIFA 23, with Cristiano Ronaldo‘s hotly-anticipated Al Nassr card included in the update.
The Portugal star made plenty of headlines when he left Manchester United behind in a favor of a switch to Saudi Arabia, and fans can now get hold of his Al Nassr card in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team.
Despite a rating downgrade in offline modes, Ronaldo’s updated FUT card still has the same 90 overall rating from the start of the year, making him comfortably the highest-rated player in the Saudi league.
As you’d expect for such a rare player, there aren’t too many Al Nassr versions of Ronaldo on the FUT market just yet, but those lucky enough to have packed him already are listing him for around 160,000 coins.
All FIFA 23 January transfer cards so far
Ronaldo wasn’t the only big name to receive a January transfer in FIFA 23. Check out every new FIFA 23 Ultimate Team card included in the update below:
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nassr)
- Cody Gakpo (Liverpool)
- Daley Blind (Bayern Munich)
- Matheus Cunha (Wolves)
- Benoit Badiashile (Chelsea)
- Martin Dubravka (Newcastle United)
- Ruslan Malinovskyi (Marseille)
- Maximilian Wober (Leeds United)
- Kasper Dolberg (Hoffenheim)
- Geronimo Rulli (Ajax)
- Mislav Orsic (Southampton)
- Bram Nuytinck (Sampdoria)
- Luis Javier Suarez (Almeria)
- Francesco Caputo (Empoli)
- Djorde Mihailovic (AZ Alkmaar)
- Evander Ferreira (Portland Timbers)
- Martin Ojeda (Orlando City)
- Ruud Vormer (Zulte Waregem)
It’s worth keeping in mind this is just the first wave of January transfers in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team. Players that moved toward the end of the window will receive their new cards in a later update, such as Joao Cancelo, Jorginho, and Enzo Fernandez.
For more on FIFA 23, be sure to check out everything we know about Future Stars Swaps, and the best strikers you can buy in Ultimate Team.
Image credit: EA SPORTS
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