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Every Premier League club’s transfer budget on FM22 with Newcastle given huge warchest

Football Manager 2022 (FM22), the latest title in Sports Interactive’s FM series of games, is officially out now.

Players who pre-purchased the game have been able to get hands-on with a beta version of the Football Manager 2022 and all the new features for the last fortnight, and they can carry their save files from the beta into the full version of the game.

Football Manager 2022 is already proving very popular with players, with Miles Jacobson, Studio Director at Sports Interactive, tweeting about the popularity of the Football Manager 2022 beta.

According to Jacobson’s tweets, over 10 million matches have been played on the FM22 beta as of November 3, 2021, with players completing over 100,000 seasons, making over 1.5 million transfers and spending over £20 trillion in the transfer market.





Football Manager 2022 will be available to play on PC, Mac, Mobile, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, with the game enjoying a successful debut on console last year. In fact, FM22 and FM22 Xbox Edition will also be available with Xbox Game Pass from Day One when both titles launch.

So, ahead of the official release date, we take a look at each Premier League club’s transfer budget and projected budget over the upcoming seasons.

Every Premier League club’s transfer budget in Football Manager 2022

Arsenal

Transfer budget: £10million

Wage budget: £2,533,867 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Arsenal’s starting transfer budget of £10million means players will likely have to rely on player sales if they wish to bring in new signings in season one. In season two, players will have a minimum transfer budget of £54.5million to spend strengthening the Gunners squad further.

Arsenal’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £65million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £90million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £114million

Aston Villa

Transfer budget: £20million

Wage budget: £1,547,742 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Aston Villa’s starting transfer budget of £20million gives players some funding to bring in one or two players, but player sales will be needed should FM players want to strengthen the squad significantly. In season two as Villa boss, you will have access to a minimum transfer budget of £25million.

Aston Villa’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £35million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £36.5million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £37.5million




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Brentford

Transfer budget: £12million

Wage budget: £888,740 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Newly-promoted Brentford start season one with a transfer budget of £12million, meaning if you take over as the Bees boss you will likely have to rely on the current playing squad to avoid relegation. In season two as Brentford boss, you will have access to a minimum transfer budget of £20million.

Brentford’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £29million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £42million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £55million





Brighton & Hove Albion

Transfer budget: £15million

Wage budget: £1,216,575 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Brighton have a starting budget of £15million, rising to a minimum of £25million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Brighton’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £29million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £42million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £55million

Burnley

Transfer budget: £10million

Wage budget: £1,293,507 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Burnley have a starting budget of £10million, rising to a minimum of £30million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Burnley’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £23.75million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £25million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £26million

Chelsea

Transfer budget: £40million

Wage budget: £4,189,013 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Chelsea have a starting budget of £40million, rising to a minimum of £43million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Chelsea’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £57million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £61million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £76million

Crystal Palace

Transfer budget: £1.8million

Wage budget: £1,502,526 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Crystal Palace have one of the lowest starting budget’s in the Premier League at £1.8million, which will rise to a minimum of £23.75million depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Palace’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £32million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £34million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £37million





Everton

Transfer budget: £2million

Wage budget: £2,109,600 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Everton starting budget is just £2million, rising to a minimum of £26million depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Everton’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £16million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £9million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £16million

Leeds

Transfer budget: £10million

Wage budget: £1,149,650 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Leeds’ starting budget is just £10million, rising to a minimum of £26million depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Leeds’ projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £32million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £44million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £56million

Leicester

Transfer budget: £10million

Wage budget: £2,352,110 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Leicester’s starting budget is just £10million, rising to a minimum of £30million depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Leicester’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £28million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £28million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £14million

Liverpool

Transfer budget: £20million

Wage budget: £4,024,512 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Liverpool’s starting budget is £20million, rising to a minimum of £85million depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Liverpool’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £97.5million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £120million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £148million





Manchester City

Transfer budget: £100million

Wage budget: £4,208,570 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Manchester City’s starting budget is a massive £100million, dropping to £50million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

City’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £71million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £101million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £136million

Manchester United

Transfer budget: £30million

Wage budget: £4,837,353 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Manchester United’s starting budget is just £30million, rising to a minimum of £57million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

United’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £67.75million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £87.5million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £113million

Newcastle United

Transfer budget: £200million

Wage budget: £2,076,190 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Newcastle United’s starting budget is a whopping £200million following the club’s recent takeover, dropping to £100million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

United’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £126million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £126million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £126million




Norwich City

Transfer budget: £10million

Wage budget: £774,409 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Norwich’s starting budget is just £10million after sealing promotion to the Premier League, rising to £25million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Norwich’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £31.75million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £45million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £59million

Southampton

Transfer budget: £5million

Wage budget: £1,436,489 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Southampton’s starting budget is just £5million, one of the lowest in the Premier League, rising to £28million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Saints’ projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £36million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £44million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £50million

Tottenham Hostpur

Transfer budget: £15million

Wage budget: £2,332,730 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Tottenham’s starting budget is just £15million, rising to £43million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Spurs” projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £49million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £74million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £99million




Watford

Transfer budget: £2million

Wage budget: £1,056,068 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Watford’s starting budget is just £2million after sealing promotion to the Premier League, rising to £43million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

The Hornet’s projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £31million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £39million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £46million

West Ham

Transfer budget: £8million

Wage budget: £1,697,084 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

West Ham’s starting budget is just £8million, rising to £27million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

The Hammers’ projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £35million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £48million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £60million

Wolves

Transfer budget: £20million

Wage budget: £1,527,318 per week

Scouting budget: £720,000

Wolves’ starting budget is £20million, rising to £36million in season two depending on the club’s league finish and performance in the cup competitions.

Wolves’ projected transfer budget over the next three seasons is below:

  • End of 2021/22 season – £39million
  • End of 2022/23 season – £44million
  • End of 2023/24 season – £50million

Which club will you manage first in Football Manager 2022? Let us know in the comments!

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