Football Manager 2022: Top 10 Transfer Budgets

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Football Manager 2022 coming out means just one thing: searching for transfer budgets of your favourite teams online.

If you’re a Newcastle United fan, this game could be the one for you, with a potentially huge budget handed to you after the remarkable takeover at St James’ Park.

Further down the leagues, it’s more likely you’ll be working with less funds, and you’ll have to wheel and deal, as opposed to being able to splash the cash on the biggest names in the game.

FM22, which is being fully released on November 9th 2021 and for which the beta is already out, has built huge excitement and finding out which teams will have the most money to spend is always intriguing.

Now, the official budgets have been revealed, take a look below!

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Top 10 Transfer Budgets on Football Manager 2022 


Dynamo Moscow – £21.37m

Dynamo Moscow are a Russian club with plenty of cash to throw around. 

This might be a fun challenge, to take them to the top of European football. 

Athletic Club – £21.37m

The Liga club have a defined transfer policy of only signing Basque players and they have plenty of cash to do just that.

Bayern Munich – £25.65m

A nice budget for a club that already has talent all over the pitch. 

You can probably get another proper star in through the door if you structure the deal properly. 

AFC Ajax – £29.9m

Ajax have a real reputation for bringing through youngsters and there’s enough money here to go and buy another couple of wonderkids!

Manchester United – 30m

United always have a hefty budget in Football Manager and in real life, and this is the case again. 

There’s enough here to get that defensive midfielder in finally!

PSG – £38m

Lionel Messi celebrates scoring for PSG

Despite their huge number of signings in the summer, and bringing in the likes of Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos and Achraf Hakimi, the majority of those deals were done on free transfers.

As a result, there’s some money left in the kitty to get another star in the door. 

Chelsea – £40m

Chelsea are backed by Roman Abramovich, so they’re always likely to have cash to splash.

They did spend big in the summer but there’s enough here to bring in another superstar. 

Real Madrid – £51m


This is an especially huge budget when you consider that Barcelona have nothing in the kitty at the start of the game. 

There’s enough here to strengthen the squad considerably. 

Manchester City – £100m

Man City spent the summer chasing Harry Kane in addition to Jack Grealish. Of course, they didn’t actually manage to sign the former, but you might have the chance to. 

Taking over City is a bit like cheating, really, but if you’re a fan, you’ll have plenty of cash to throw around.

Newcastle United – £200m

The top of the tree. 

There’s plenty of improvements needed, though, so spend wisely.

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