Football Manager 2022: Barcelona, Real Madrid, and every La Liga transfer budget

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Football Manager 2022’s beta is out, meaning gamers can start to get to grips with the game on both PC and Mac.

The game will release officially on November 9th, and will also be available on Xbox Game Pass, where gamers once more will be given the opportunity to experience what it’s like to take charge of a La Liga club and go up against the best players in Spain.

Barcelona and Real Madrid are, naturally, the top clubs but Barca are in a financial crisis and Real have seen their stock take a major hit recently.

Those who have pre-ordered Football Manager have the ability to play the game now, before the full release, and anyone can pre-order up until the 9th and gain access.

Of course, those who plan to play on Game Pass will have to wait until the game is out in full, but we’ve been scouring the database to find out the budgets for the top clubs across Europe.

We’ve already written about the Premier League and Championship budgets, so this time we’re heading further afield, with La Liga.

Take a look below at the budgets in Spain.



In Spain, of course, they have the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid but there are plenty of intriguing challenges further down the league; for example, could you restore Valencia to their former glories?

Take a look below at the budgets from across the Spanish top-flight!

Alaves - £6.1m
Athletic Bilbao - £21.3m
Atletico Madrid - £1.8m
Barcelona - £0
Real Betis - £2.5m
Cadiz - £7.4m
Celta Vigo - £4m
Elche - £3.1m
Espanyol - £4.2m
Getafe - £1.1m
Granada - £850,000
Levante - £2.5m
Mallorca - £850,000
Osasuna - £0
Rayo Vallecano - £0
Real Madrid - £51.3m
Real Sociedad - £8.3m
Sevilla - £4.2m
Valencia - £1.7m
Villarreal - £12.8m

There’s a real mix of budgets here, especially when you consider that Barcelona have zilch to spend in the first transfer window unless they can move players on.

Real Madrid, unsurprisingly, have the biggest budget in the country.

But it’s worth noting that Athletic Bilbao have a budget over £20m - though they can only spend it on players from within the Basque region of Spain - and Villarreal have a kitty worth in excess of £10m.

Along with Barca, Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano also have nothing to spend, although they may actually be in ruder financial health than the Catalan giants.

There’s plenty of challenges to be getting on with here!

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