The Most Transferred Player in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team:Adrian Ramos

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The real world transfer window for all the major championships has just opened, with clubs able to try and land important new players before the end of January, and the development team at EA Sports is ready to show how important transfers are for the Ultimate Team mode in FIFA 15 with a list of the 20 most transferred players in the title.



Adrian Ramos from Borussia Dortmund is the players who has changed hands the most times, which is no surprise given that he is also the top goal scorer of the mode, which means gamers were willing to make deals in order to add him to their own line-up and improve their long term performance.


Nedum Onuoha from Queens Park Rangers also offers good quality and is the second most traded players in Ultimate Team for FIFA 15 and the final position on the podium is occupied by Danny Welbeck from Arsenal, another solid goal getter.



The rest of the list includes:
Felipe Santana - FC Schalke 04
Alexandre Lacazette - Olympique Lyonnais
Eduardo Vargas - Queens Park Rangers
Martín Caceres - Juventus
Miranda - Atletico de Madrid
Tim Howard - Everton
Aaron Ramsey - Arsenal
Loic Remy - Chelsea FC
Luke Shaw - Manchester United
Stephan El Shaarawy - Milan
Remy Cabella - Newcastle United
Luiz Gustavo - VfL Wolfsburg
Rapha?l Varane - Real Madrid
Abdoulay Konko - Lazio
Eliaquim Mangala - Manchester City
Ashley Young - Manchester United
Christian Benteke - Aston Villa

Ultimate Team is crucial to the FIFA series
Since the Ultimate Team mode has been introduced to the football simulation it has become very more popular with gamers, who are ready to spend real world money in order to improve their teams and become more competitive.

EA Sports has improve the experience over the years and this year it made a big push to keep accounts as secure as possible and make sure that gamers have a solid experience without having to worry about their data.

FIFA 15 will get a new big update in early February of this year, with the development team aiming to deliver all the changes that happen to team rosters during the real world transfer period.

At the moment EA Sports is not saying whether it is also planning to implement any changes to the core gameplay mechanics.