Diego Lopez (Sevilla)
If you haven't noticed across the past few years, Diego Lopez has been one of Ultimate Team's most consistent bargains. The Sevilla stopper is a cheap alternative to La Liga's elite keepers—including the likes of Iker Casillas—and props up many formidable teams in the online arena.
Julio Cesar (Queens Park Rangers)
Similar to La Liga, the Premier League's top goalkeepers are massively expensive. Most of the time, this price doesn't convert to much of an upgrade. Savvy Ultimate Team players will have been licking their lips when Julio Cesar joined QPR, so it's no surprise he represents the best of the rest in England's top division.
Federico Marchetti (Lazio)
Although Serie A keepers aren't particularly expensive, it's easy to overlook Marchetti in favour of more widely known names. Lazio's man between the sticks is a worthy alternative to the likes of Samir Handanovic and possesses excellent stats right across the board.
Tim Wiese (Hoffenheim)
What do you want from your goalkeeper? If it's expert diving and 91-rated reflexes, Wiese is your man. Despite his distinctly average handling, kicking and positioning, the German keeper has the athletic ability to make a ferocious rearguard.
Salvatore Sirigu (Paris Saint-Germain)
Ligue 1 users may have their eyes on Steve Mandanda, but Paris Saint-Germain's Italian is well worth investing in. Like Wiese, his stats are particularly strong when considering diving and reactions. Those looking to make a hybrid Ultimate Team side might also be excited by his Italian descent.