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Chinese Super League Career Mode Transfer Budgets Revealed

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Chinese Super League Career Mode Transfer Budgets Revealed

It's been heavily rumoured for a while but the Chinese Super League is finally coming to the FIFA franchise, starting with FIFA 19.

For ages, FIFA enthusiasts have been desperate for the league to be added to the game - primarily because it would see returns for so many fan favourite players to use on the game.

It means you can finally play out your dream Shanghai Shenhua Career Mode and given the mega riches that have lured so many high-profile names, it's no surprise that a number of the top CSL sides have big budgets.

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While big guns such as Manchester City and Real Madrid have more financial muscle than most on the game, you'll be able to invest some serious dosh if you pick one of the top Chinese Super League outfits. YouTuber Defaltz leaked the budgets in a video on his channel.


Beijing Guoan, who have Cedric Bakambu, Jonathan Soriano and Renato Augusto in their ranks, have the biggest kitty with 62.1 million (£54,645,464).

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Next up is Guangzhou Evergrande, who have €54,452,472 (£47,916,000) to spend if you want to add extra quality to play alongside Paulinho, Jonathan Viera and Anderson Talisca.

Image: PA
Image: PA

Interestingly, Shanghai SIPG, the club who splashed out on Brazilians Hulk and Oscar, actually only have 24,000,000 available.

Beijing Guoan - 62,099,032 ((£54,645,464)

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Guangzhou Evergrande - 54,452,472 ((£47,916,000)

Jiangsu Suning - 30,758,832 (£27,067,392)

Shanghai Shenhua - 26,980,380 (£23,742,400)

Shanghai SIPG - 24,000,000 (£21,120,000)

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Tianjin Quanjian - 23,859,396 (£20,996,270)

Dalian Yifang - 22,500,360 (£19,800,318)

Hebei China Fortune - 22,500,360 (£19,800,318)

Tianjin Teda - 16,800,320 (£14,784,282)

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Shandong Luneng - 14,490,210 (£12,751,200)

Henan Jianye - 14,083,163 (£12,393, 183)

Guizhou Zhicheng - 11,333,440 (£9,973,427)

Chongqing Lifan - 9,618,838 (£8,464,578)

Changchun Yatai - 5,333,380 (£4,693,374)

Beijing Rehne - 3,252,703

Finally, here are the 10 highest-rated CSL players on the game. Paulinho is the top dog on 85, while Yannick Carrasco is the second best rated played in China with an overall rating of 83.

Anderson Talisca, Oscar, Viera, Gaitan and Bakambu all boast an 82 overall rating. Augusto, Anthony Modeste and Hulk round off the top 10 with 81 overall rating.

Topics: Football, FIFA 19, CSL, EA Sports, Chinese Super League

Josh Lawless
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