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Top Transfer Budgets in FMM2016 list


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Budget is everything (apart from tactics, obviously). It determines which players you can sign and therefore most of your team's success. But which clubs start with the highest budget. Without swapping anything around we have listed the top budgets and their wage budget left.

Club Nation League Default Transfer (£) Wage left (£)
Manchester City England English Premier Division 51m 150k
Barcelona Spain Liga BBVA 50m 141k
R. Madrid Spain Liga BBVA 50m 859k
Chelsea England English Premier Division 49m 113k
Arsenal England English Premier Division 47m 103k
Atletico Spain Liga BBVA 47m 209k
Manchester United England English Premier Division 30m (-)75k
Athletic Club Spain Liga BBVA 29.5m 34k
Liverpool England English Premier Division 27.5m 119k
Valencia Spain Liga BBVA 24.5m 48k
Tottenham England English Premier Division 21.5m 101k
Sevilla Spain Liga BBVA 20.5m 278k
Inter Italy Serie A 19.5m 30k
Roma Italy Serie A 18.5m 15k
A.C. Milan Italy Serie A 16.75m 11k
Bayern Germany German First Division 15m 292k
Paris Saint-Germain France Ligue 1 15.5m 395k
Juventus Italy Serie A 13.5m 11k
AFC Ajax Holland Eredivisie 12.75m 24k
Olympique de Marseille France Ligue 1 11m 80k
OL France Ligue 1 11m 48k
Dortmund Germany German First Division 11.75m 295k
Napoli Italy Serie A 11.75m 75k
S.S. Lazio Italy Serie A 11.5m 22k
AS Monaco France Ligue 1 10.25m 30k
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On 12/1/2015 at 06:50, nick2528 said:

blimey so by the time you adjust the real madrid wage budget you;ve got an absolute ton

well they are Real madrid the richest club in the world

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On January 13, 2016 at 14:39, ArmChairGaffer said:

Man U are the richest.

But also hold the most debt ...

Real has best combo low debt, highest paid player, and are rated as #2 most valuable sports club in the world behind NFL Cowboys. 

Man U will be interesting to watch the next couple of years with no Europe this year, Brexit and huge tv deal BPL has all coming together no idea if they will stay put, rise or fall could see them go either way ... 

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