The top 20 FIFA 23 Career Mode budgets have been revealed
The top 20 clubs in terms of FIFA 23 Career Mode budgets have been revealed, with plenty having serious cash to splash in the transfer market.
A club's budget is a primary factor for when selecting who you are going to manage on Career Mode, as you try and put your own stamp on the team.
And this year, unsurprisingly, Manchester City are the team with the biggest finances. The big bucks mean that if you choose to manage City, you can pretty much buy any player on the market and add to an already world-class squad.
Paris Saint-Germain sit third on the list and there's plenty of money available for reinforcements - though attack definitely doesn't need strengthening.
Manchester United and Liverpool boh feature in the top five alongside 14-time European champions Real Madrid.
Newcastle, meanwhile, occupy 19th place despite the Magpies being considered to be the richest club in world football.
Barcelona's financial struggles have been well-documented and they had to activate economic levers and ask players to cut salaries in order to register new signings.
It will be a bit easier on FIFA 23, however, as you'll have nearly £140 million to spend with the Blaugrana.
Chelsea and Spurs are in the top ten for finances, with fellow Premier League representatives Aston Villa, Leicester City and West Ham a little further down the pecking order.
Here are the top 20 budgets in full:
20.Roma - £58.9 million
19.West Ham - £62.6 million
18.Newcastle - £68.1 million
17.Borussia Dortmund - £69.4 million
16.Leicester City - £71.4 million
15.RB Leipzig - £71.9 million
14.AC Milan - £73 million
13.Aston Villa - £73 million
12.Atletico Madrid - £76 million
11.Inter Milan - £80 million
10.Arsenal - £85.9 million
9.Spurs - £98.6 million
8.Bayern - £106 million
7.Barcelona - £139.6 million
6.Juventus - £148.8 million
5.Liverpool - £156.7 million
4.Real Madrid - £188.4 milion
3.Paris Saint-Germain - £192 million
2.Manchester United - £206 million
1.Manchester City - £233.7 million
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