Revealed – the most traded players on FIFA 15 Ultimate Team

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EA Sports have released the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Team of the Season for the Rest of the World and the headline news is that Zenit St Petersburg star Hulk gets a 90 card. If you are going to buy more players, you can choose to buy the fifa coins, make your game more convenient.


With the season over for a lot of leagues around the world, there has been a host of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Team of the Season cards over the past few weeks.


As the series draws to a close EA have released a set for the Rest of the World with 15 different leagues honoured but the undoubted star of the show is Hulk.


Revealed – the most traded players on FIFA 15 Ultimate Team


He helped Zenit to win the Russian Premier League last season by scoring 15 goals and completing 81 take ons, and the Brazilian was already an animal on FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. This card gives him 90 pace, 90 passing, 91 dribbling, 96 physical and 98 shooting, a quite remarkable set of stats.


Staying in Russia and fans have been crying out for CSKA Moscow’s Roman Eremenko to be honoured after he scored 13 league goals and created 67 chances in league action. He gets an 87 card with 92 passing and 92 dribbling.


The Ukrainian Premier League is home to some of the best FIFA 15 Ultimate Team players and Alex Teixeira of Shakhtar Donetsk is no exception. He completed 55% of his take ons in the Champions League last term, and the 25-year-old has an 85 card that boasts 90 dribbling.


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Jonatan Soriano (86) and Jonas (86) of Red Bull Salzburg and Benfica respectively lead the line with some impressive figures for shooting. Between them, they scored 76 goals in 83 games in all competitions last season.


Virgil van Dijk made 58 clearances and 27 interceptions in the Champions League for Celtic last season, and the Dutchman has been linked with the likes of Arsenal, Southampton, and Sunderland, as per the Daily Mail. He forms a menacing looking partnership in central defence with Galatasaray’s Aurelien Chedjou.


Basel’s Shkelzen Gashi is one of the stand-out players on the bench, and the Albania international averaged 75% pass accuracy in Europe’s leading club competition last season. Kamil Wilczek is also amongst the substitutes, and the 27-year-old was the top scorer in Poland’s top tier with 20 goals.