FIFA 21: Every Premier League Club's Transfer Budget In Career Mode
EA Sports have made a variety of changes to Career Mode this year for the "biggest update in a decade."
One thing that remains the same however is interest in how much every team has to spend when you first start a save.
Fifagamenews.com have compiled a list the budget's every team had in the FIFA 21 beta.
Check them out below, with the added caveat that they could be slightly tweaked for the game's launch on October 9.
Arsenal - £71.5 million
Aston Villa - £35.6 million
Brighton & Hove Albion £34.5 million
Burnley £26.1 million
Chelsea £72.5 million
Crystal Palace £28.3 million
Everton £48.2 million
Fulham £14.9 million
Leeds United £14.8 million
Leicester City £39.4 million
Liverpool £77.2 million
Manchester City £167 million
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Manchester United £167.4 million
Newcastle United £29.9 million
Sheffield United £19.9 million
Southampton £30.2 million
Tottenham Hotspur £70.3 million
West Bromwich Albion £16.5 million
West Ham United £35.7 million
Wolverhampton Wanderers £40.3 million
Screenshots from @FCMC_ have shown you can now ask for up to £500 million at the start of any save thanks to the 'Financial Takeover.'
In #FIFA21 you can now disable or change how much you want for your Financial Takeover!
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- Fifa CM Content (@FCMC_) August 27, 2020
The 'Financial Takeover' has previously been purchasable in the EASFC Catalogue but it will now be available to free for everyone.
You can request £10 million, £100 million, £500 million or disable the feature altogether.
@FCMC_ also confirmed that other amounts can be requested.
EA explained in previous 'pitch notes' updates: "Within the setup of a new Career Mode save you can set the amount of cash you want your club to receive as part of financial takeover.
"Whether you want to give your club a whopping 500 million or start with next to nothing, you can customize your experience how you want to."
EA vice-president Nick Wlodyka told Goal that Career Mode has been improved this year thanks to fan input.
"The Career Mode is very important for this year.
"We've really made the biggest investments we've ever made to make sure we're delivering exactly what our players are asking for. We've had so much feedback over the past few years from our players wanting to see more things they can control in career mode.
"We listened to what they want to be able to do, things they haven't been able to do in the past."
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