How to recover quick sold FUT players in FIFA 22
Quick-selling players in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team is an easy way to make quick coins on unwanted cards. But how do you recover them back if you quick sell by accident? We’ve got a guide, right here.
When it comes to Ultimate Team, as much as we’d love to constantly pack the game’s top-rated superstars, we all know that isn’t always the case.
If you pack an unwanted FIFA 22 player who doesn’t have much market value, you can quick sell to make a quick buck.
But if your fingers slip and you accidentally discard a high-value TOTW or an SBC player, don’t panic – there is an easy way to get them back.
How to recover quick sold players in FIFA 22
For whatever reason, EA hasn’t included a way of retrieving lost players within the main FIFA 22 Ultimate Team menus.
Luckily, all is not lost, because you can easily get them back using the FIFA 22 Web App.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
- Login to the FIFA 22 Web App or the mobile Companion App
- Head into the Club menu
- Click on ‘Quick Sell Recovery’
- Press on the calender icon and select the date you discarded the player
- Scroll to the player you want to retreive
- Click ‘Recover’
- The player will now move into the ‘Unassigned’ section of the main FUT menu
- Send them back to your club
This is an extremely useful feature if you’ve mistakenly lost an item, but it does come with a handful of caveats that fans should be aware of.
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Quick sell recovery requires players to pay back the coins they received for originally discarding them.
This isn’t an issue with untradeable cards, but worth bearing in mind with special cards that have big quick sell values.
You can also only rescue players you have quick sold in the last seven days, after that they are lost forever. There’s also a limit of five recoveries every 30 days.
That was our easy guide on how to recover quick sold items in this year’s Ultimate Team, so keep it in mind the next time you discard your best player.
For more on FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, check out the new FUT Hero cards, as well as our guide on the best starter team you can build.
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