Who deserve to get upgraded in FIFA 15 January winter

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January upgrades of course! Next week marks the beginning of FIFA 15 January winter upgrades. EA Sports FIFA has shocked us all with the World XI Team of the Year (TOTY), featuring the very first ever 99 rated player, Cristiano Ronaldo.Here, we look at the five players who deserve to get upgraded. 


5. Sergio Aguero – 86 to 87



Sergio is a fantastic player, we are all aware of that. But maybe his showings so far this season proves none of us knew how good the Manchester City man was.


The Argentine international has took his game to a completely different level this season and has proved is is the only genuine world class player plying his trade in England. He has worked his way into the bracket that includes the likes of Ronaldo, Messi, Bale and Suarez but one thing keeps getting in his way. Injuries.


Before damaging his knee ligaments against Everton on December 6th, the former Atletico Madrid man had took his Premier League tally for the season to 14, a total Chelsea’s Diego Costa has only equalled in recent weeks. This proves how far and above everyone else Kun is. City brought in Wilfried Bony in the event that Aguero goes down with another nagging injury.


4. Charlie Austin – 74 to 78



The striker has worked his way up from non-league football, through The Football League to being one of the Premier League’s hottest marksman. So far this term the 25-year-old has scored 13 goals this season, placing him third behind Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa.


There’s little doubt that Austin’s rating should be increased to at least 79 in the winter update. But if he can keep this form up to hit 20 league goals, and maybe a couple for England, he could be touching the low 80s in FIFA 16.


3. Alexis Sanchez – 84 to 86



The Arsenal man has proved he is one of the best attackers in the world since arriving in London at the start of the 2014/15 season. The former Udinese man has also scored five more goals in various cup competitions.Sanchez has started where he left off at the 2014 World Cup, his form to date is worthy of a rating pushing 90 or maybe even higher.


Sanchez is currently the fourth top scorer in the Premier League this season with 12 goals which is a fantastic achievement considering it’s his first season in England, looked on by many as the physically toughest league in the world, and Arsenal’s struggles to date. The Gunners are currently fifth in the table, one point from fourth.


2. Alexandre Lacazette  – 79 to 82



Alexandre Lacazette has 20 goals, which now leads Ligue 1, and 22 goals in all competitions after the first half of the 2014/2015 season. After the 21st week in the season, Lyon took the top spot in the league for the first time all season. Lyon have spent the majority of the year sitting in 3rd, however with recent slip ups by Marseille and PSG, Lyon have taken advantage and are back on top.


Lacazette rose to prominence last season, during the 2013/2014 season, when he netted 15 in Ligue 1, and 22 during the entire season. He quickly established himself as a talent to look out for and was given his first-team debut in May 2010 after two stellar campaigns with the B team.


1. Cristiano Ronaldo – 92 to 93



Ronaldo has done more individually and his Real Madrid side has won more in the past year, yet he still finds himself one point behind his arch rival.


In the calendar year that was 2014, Ronaldo scored 62 goals to Messi’s 58, won the Champions League and Copa del Rey to Barcelona’s Spanish Super Cup and was crowned Ballon d’Or. Yet he was still seen as the inferior footballer int he eyes of EA.


The Ronaldo dominance has continued into the new season. So far this term, the Portuguese has scored 36 to Messi’s 23 and has already won the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup. There’s no stopping the 29-year-old or his club at the minute.