The Rarest Player On FIFA 18 Has Price Slashed On FIFA 19
Silver packs don't normally bring the most attractive set of items on FIFA 19 but the potential presence of one of the rarest cards on the game should be enough to stop you from automatically quick selling.
Cristiano da Silva was a 74-rated striker that was going for 80,000 coins on the Ultimate Team transfer market on FIFA 18.
YouTuber MattHDGamer stated that Cristiano, a Brazilian who plays for Kashiwa Reysol in Japan, was the rarest player on FIFA 18 and it may well be the case again this year - only this year he seems to be going for considerably less after a little bit of a downgrade.
Still, his 73-rated card boasts some pretty spicy statistics for a silver. 89 pace, 91 strength, 84 shot power are accompanied by four-star weak foot and three-star skills.
The 31-year old was said to be pretty much "extinct on all consoles" last year and it doesn't seem as though he's popping up too regularly in FIFA 19.
Two people commented on his profile page on Futbin and claim to have picked him up for 30,000 and 18,000 respectively but there's a very good chance he goes for some serious dollar in the coming months.
So, all in all, have your wits about you and be on the look-out for Cristiano and his slick quiff because you might just be due a fair bit of cash.
There's also the potential of Cristiano getting a special card on the game as exactly that happened in FIFA 18.
He was given an enormous upgrade as part of an J1 League SBC Challenge - his overall rating climbed up to 83, while he' also possessed 93 pace and shot power, 85 shooting, 80 passing, 87 and 82 dribbling.
Furthermore, his physical rating went up to 86 from 78 - meaning he pipped the game's strongest player, Adebayo Akinfenwa, in that department.
It's an absolutely sensational card, but as noted by the Daily Mail, landing him wasn't exactly easy, or cheap.
While his rare silver card was on the transfer market for some serious dollar, the only way to land his upgrade was by creating a squad for every team in the Japanese top flight.