FIFA 17 Ultimate Team players have voted Leroy Sane the third FUTTIES winner of 2017.
The Manchester City winger won out ahead of Paris Saint-Germain's Lucas and Bayer Leverkusen wide-man Karim Bellarabi in the third round of voting, with an upgraded 85 version of his card released as a result.
The FUTTIES series runs until August 18th, with EA making available a range of different challenges, cards and packs to their FUT gamers. Sane's latest boosted card can be picked up by completing a Squad Building Challenge (SBC) before 6pm UK time on July 21.
The fourth round of voting has opened, with fans now choosing their favourite left-back through SBCs.
Fans can vote for Valencia's Jose Gaya, Man Utd's Luke Shaw or Tottenham's Danny Rose, who are among the most popular players at their position in FIFA 17.
It is time to vote for your favourite #FUTTIES LB! @lukeshaw23, @jose_gaya or Danny Rose? Only way to vote = complete their SBC!#FUTTIES pic.twitter.com/2V90CgvlTj — EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) July 18, 2017
Carrying on alongside the FUTTIES nominees is the End of An Era series, with an unknown third pair of retiring legends set to join boosted versions of Dirk Kuyt, Francesco Totti, Xabi Alonso and Philipp Lahm on Friday July 21.
EA Sports has compiled an FAQ for those who wish to know more about the FUTTIES series:
Q: How do I vote for FUTTIE Awards?
A: Complete the Nominee SBC for the player you want to vote for.
Q: Will the items that I get by completing a Nominee SBC have boosted stats?
A: No, the Nominee reward items will have the same stats but will be a special unique pink item.
Q: Do FUTTIE Nominee items get automatically updated if the player wins?
A: No, the winner's item with boosted stats will be available only through a separate FUTTIES Winner SBC.
Q: Will transferred players only be available through Marquee Transfers SBCs?
A: No, they will also be available in packs as per usual.
Q: Are players featured in Marquee Transfer SBCs awarded as special items?
A: No, they are regular player items.