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There's just two days until Football Manager 2020 is released worldwide and we all spend hours on end tweaking our tactics as we try and take Stockport County to the very top of English football.
But with the beta version of the game having already been out, players have already been given a taste of what to expect - and have also had access to ratings and budgets.
Often the driving force behind picking your next FM save is the transfer funds available and the key numbers for Premier League clubs have already been doing the rounds.
Liverpool are second with a budget of £102 million in the bank, while Manchester United have £100 million to spend on new blood in the squad.
Manchester City may be one of the richest clubs in the world and have a net spend of -£1.2 billion since 2008, but you'll only have £44 million if you start a save with the Premier League champions.
Spurs, Leicester City and Crystal Palace all start on £30 million, while Arsenal, Everton and Norwich all at the very bottom of the list with just £10 million available.
Here is the list of budgets in full:
Norwich City: £10m
Brighton and Hove Albion - £15m
Wolverhampton Wanderers: £15m
West Ham United: £16m
Newcastle United: £20m
Sheffield United: £20m
Aston Villa: £25m
Crystal Palace: £30m
Leicester City: £30m
Tottenham Hotspur: £30m
Manchester City: £44m
Manchester United: £100m
Who are you planning to do your first save with on this year's game? Let us know in the comments.
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