This is a brand-new FUT market guide for you. You may already be aware of strategies for buying players for your squad, but what about strategies for selling players who are no longer needed in your FUT?
It's all about knowing when and how to sell them, or if you should just keep them and watch your profits grow. Selling players requires the same amount of research and patience as buying them. It all boils down to knowing when things will be released. If a promotion is coming up, don't sell because players will be disappointed. If the player has not recently received a promotion.
FIFA 21 Selling Players
For example, Van Dijk is injured in real life, so he won't be getting any special FUT items, which means his price is dropping because that's the best Van Dijk we'll see all year until Team of the Year or possibly another promo. So his price has essentially remained unchanged; now it's a matter of determining what's better.
For example, Rule Breakers Laport costs around 500,000 FIFA Coins and has remained consistent throughout the year. As a result, he'll be a good player to sell because there's no real risk; it's a risk-reward business selling point.
The seven-day FIFA cycle is identical to buying and selling in that you want to buy players on Monday when they are the cheapest. However, if you want to profit from your players, you should sell them on Thursday. As you can see, chemistry styles are extremely important.
Make sure you add chemistry styles to your players if you want that extra bit of FIFA 21 Coins, that extra juice out of the orange. However, some players are better kept in your club for SBCs and do not need to be sold on FIFA 21.
Another quick tip: players will leave a couple of packs for you. Nicholas Autumn's Manchester City career has come to an end, as has Hulk, the Brazilian right-winger. If those players are already in your club, don't sell them; they're no longer impacts, which means they're a limited-value player; there are only so many of them. Do your research and be patient; don't just see FIFA coins and think you need them right away; patience is a virtue. Your sales are always subject to a 5% tax. As a result, keep that in mind whenever you're selling players.
That concludes our recommendations for selling FUT items on the transfer market.