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The Game Of Agents : Finale (Part 2)

6th : @Gunners Rishi - All-Time Highest Squad Value = 271m

Spoiler

@Gunners Rishi did not have the best start among all the agents, he started the game with Fiete Arp, Naci Unuvar and Hannibal Mejbri. Both Fiete Arp and Naci Unuvar was released and then signed back with buy-back clause, while Hannibal Mejbri was released very early in the game, and went on spending many years with Salford United before joining Nice where he ended his playing career. Other players with buy-back clause include Sepp Van Der Berg who turned out being an average player, moving around Monaco, West Ham and Leicester. 

Sandro Tonali

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Started his senior career in Brescia, Sandro Tonali was often being compared to legendary Italian midfielders Andrea Pirlo. At the age of 21, Sandro Tonali earned himself his a transfer to Manchester City, and soon become the team's first choice midfielder. During his 8 years stay in Manchester, he helped City in winning the club's first ever Champions League title in season 2025/26. He then moved to Spain, in a 63 million move to Real Sociedad, which had been seen as a surprise move as Real Sociedad was nowhere near a big club. He didn't win a single major trophy with Real Sociedad, but did marked his name as one of the finest midfielders in La Liga, which earned him a move to La Liga giants Atletico Madrid that had been dominating both the La Liga and UEFA Champions League. He spent the rest of his career with Atletico Madrid, winning one league title and one Champions League title, while his former club Real Sociedad won their first league title since 1982 just after his retirement in season 2036/37. Despite being a key member of Italy's national team, playing 107 times for them, he never won a single major trophies with Italy.

Naci Unuvar

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The Dutch winger, that had been described as one of football's brightest talent, didn't reach the height predicted by football games and medias. He never played in any of Europe's top leagues, spending most of his career playing in Holland and Portugal. No major trophies in his entire playing career, Naci Unuvar may be blaming his agent for such a disappointing career.

Fiete Arp 

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The German striker from Hamburg, joining Bayern at the age of 19, didn't have the best start in his career. After a few disappointing loan moves to Everton and Aston Villa, and a few more seasons being backup options to Eddie Salcedo, his career turning point was when he joined Barcelona to be Luis Suarez's heir. In his 11 years stay in Barcelona, he managed to hit in 245 goals, enough for him to beat Luis Suarez's goal total in Barcelona, being the club's all-time 4th top scorer. He was also part of the team that won 2 league titles in season 2024/25 and season 2032/33.

Weston McKennie

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The central midfielder from USA, had spent most of his playing career in Germany, playing for Schalke 04 in his early career, and retiring at Bayer 04. He did not win any major trophies in his club career, but led the USMNT to win the CONCACAF Gold Cup and CONCACAF Nations League a number of times. Just shortly after his retirement, USA national team surprised the whole world by winning the 2034 FIFA World Cup.

5th : @Kanegan - All-Time Highest Squad Value = 290.5m

Spoiler

@Kanegan was one of the favorites to win the trophy early in the game, but suffer some disappointment with Jeremy Doku flopping in Barcelona and Rhian Brewster not getting enough playtime in Atletico Madrid after the signing of Kylian Mbappe. 290.5m was his all-time highest squad value, slightly higher than 6th but still a large gap with the Top 4.

Rhian Brewster

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From Liverpool, Rhian Brewster's career peak was in Atletico Madrid, where he formed a deadly duo with Fabio Silva, winning the UCL title once and the La Liga title thrice. However, he did not score much after joining city rivals Real Madrid, but he did helped Real Madrid to win the La Liga title once in season 2029/30. At the age of 32, he decided to return to England with Championship side West Brom, helping the side to gain promotion to Premier League. He then ended his playing career with West Brom.

Jonathan David 

- sorry, no screenshots since I didn't manage to capture it before his retirement -

Jonathan David was arguably the best Canadian football player ever. He started his Ottawa, before moving to KAA Gent, and then to West Ham. He didn't play much for West Ham during his 3 years stay with them, but had marked his name as one of the best young talent, which earned him a move to Borrussia Dortmund. He had his best time in Dortmund, scoring 32 goals in 34 games in his second season, helping the team to win their first Champions League title since 1996/97 in season 2023/24, and was part of the Dortmund team that had been dominating Bundesliga. After a series of eye-catching performance in Germany, Jonathan David earned himself a 63 million move to Barcelona, being the club's first ever Canadian player. He spent the rest of his career in Barcelona, winning the La Liga title once.

Eduardo Camavinga

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Joining PSG in season 2024/25 for 85 million, Eduardo Camavinga was the club's all-time 2nd highest appearances player with 416 appearances for the club. He helped the team to win their first ever Champions League title in season 2033/34, and won another 2 in season 2035/36 and 2036/37. He didn't win any major trophy with France national team, but was an important member of the team with 75 caps.

Jeremy Doku

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Ever since being promoted to Anderlecht's first team, Jeremy Doku is often being named as the new Eden Hazard due to their similar position and playing style. His career peak was when he joined Barcelona from Atalanta, but his time in Spain wasn't too good, only staying in Barcelona for 2 seasons, before moving back to Italy with AC Milan. Despite not winning any major trophies with AC Milan, Jeremy Doku still have quite a successful career with Milan before retiring in season 2035/36. Just after his retirement, AC Milan suffered their first relegation since 1981/82, and only managed to get promoted back to Serie A after 2 years.

Next up will be the 3rd and 4th agent, @BatiGoal and @lforlalaland was 3rd and 4th respectively last time, but are there any changes in the rankings after @BatiGoal's signing of Kai Havertz?

Here's some hint of the agents that finished 3rd and 4th.

4th : 3 of the 4 players played in the same club for a few seasons.

3rd : One of his players got a few big-money transfers in game.

Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for the next update coming very soon.

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Still happy with the finish although still can't get my head wrapped over how the hell Doku's shooting could stay so low. 

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39 minutes ago, Kanegan said:

Still happy with the finish although still can't get my head wrapped over how the hell Doku's shooting could stay so low. 

Seems like SI had tweaked his shooting attribute, had been the same for me in my other saves without special training on that attribute

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12 minutes ago, Kun Aguero said:

Seems like SI had tweaked his shooting attribute, had been the same for me in my other saves without special training on that attribute

Seems so. Pretty strange though.

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4 hours ago, Kun Aguero said:

The Game Of Agents : Finale (Part 2)

6th : @Gunners Rishi - All-Time Highest Squad Value = 271m

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@Gunners Rishi did not have the best start among all the agents, he started the game with Fiete Arp, Naci Unuvar and Hannibal Mejbri. Both Fiete Arp and Naci Unuvar was released and then signed back with buy-back clause, while Hannibal Mejbri was released very early in the game, and went on spending many years with Salford United before joining Nice where he ended his playing career. Other players with buy-back clause include Sepp Van Der Berg who turned out being an average player, moving around Monaco, West Ham and Leicester. 

Sandro Tonali

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Started his senior career in Brescia, Sandro Tonali was often being compared to legendary Italian midfielders Andrea Pirlo. At the age of 21, Sandro Tonali earned himself his a transfer to Manchester City, and soon become the team's first choice midfielder. During his 8 years stay in Manchester, he helped City in winning the club's first ever Champions League title in season 2025/26. He then moved to Spain, in a 63 million move to Real Sociedad, which had been seen as a surprise move as Real Sociedad was nowhere near a big club. He didn't win a single major trophy with Real Sociedad, but did marked his name as one of the finest midfielders in La Liga, which earned him a move to La Liga giants Atletico Madrid that had been dominating both the La Liga and UEFA Champions League. He spent the rest of his career with Atletico Madrid, winning one league title and one Champions League title, while his former club Real Sociedad won their first league title since 1982 just after his retirement in season 2036/37. Despite being a key member of Italy's national team, playing 107 times for them, he never won a single major trophies with Italy.

Naci Unuvar

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The Dutch winger, that had been described as one of football's brightest talent, didn't reach the height predicted by football games and medias. He never played in any of Europe's top leagues, spending most of his career playing in Holland and Portugal. No major trophies in his entire playing career, Naci Unuvar may be blaming his agent for such a disappointing career.

Fiete Arp 

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The German striker from Hamburg, joining Bayern at the age of 19, didn't have the best start in his career. After a few disappointing loan moves to Everton and Aston Villa, and a few more seasons being backup options to Eddie Salcedo, his career turning point was when he joined Barcelona to be Luis Suarez's heir. In his 11 years stay in Barcelona, he managed to hit in 245 goals, enough for him to beat Luis Suarez's goal total in Barcelona, being the club's all-time 4th top scorer. He was also part of the team that won 2 league titles in season 2024/25 and season 2032/33.

Weston McKennie

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The central midfielder from USA, had spent most of his playing career in Germany, playing for Schalke 04 in his early career, and retiring at Bayer 04. He did not win any major trophies in his club career, but led the USMNT to win the CONCACAF Gold Cup and CONCACAF Nations League a number of times. Just shortly after his retirement, USA national team surprised the whole world by winning the 2034 FIFA World Cup.

5th : @Kanegan - All-Time Highest Squad Value = 290.5m

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@Kanegan was one of the favorites to win the trophy early in the game, but suffer some disappointment with Jeremy Doku flopping in Barcelona and Rhian Brewster not getting enough playtime in Atletico Madrid after the signing of Kylian Mbappe. 290.5m was his all-time highest squad value, slightly higher than 6th but still a large gap with the Top 4.

Rhian Brewster

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From Liverpool, Rhian Brewster's career peak was in Atletico Madrid, where he formed a deadly duo with Fabio Silva, winning the UCL title once and the La Liga title thrice. However, he did not score much after joining city rivals Real Madrid, but he did helped Real Madrid to win the La Liga title once in season 2029/30. At the age of 32, he decided to return to England with Championship side West Brom, helping the side to gain promotion to Premier League. He then ended his playing career with West Brom.

Jonathan David 

- sorry, no screenshots since I didn't manage to capture it before his retirement -

Jonathan David was arguably the best Canadian football player ever. He started his Ottawa, before moving to KAA Gent, and then to West Ham. He didn't play much for West Ham during his 3 years stay with them, but had marked his name as one of the best young talent, which earned him a move to Borrussia Dortmund. He had his best time in Dortmund, scoring 32 goals in 34 games in his second season, helping the team to win their first Champions League title since 1996/97 in season 2023/24, and was part of the Dortmund team that had been dominating Bundesliga. After a series of eye-catching performance in Germany, Jonathan David earned himself a 63 million move to Barcelona, being the club's first ever Canadian player. He spent the rest of his career in Barcelona, winning the La Liga title once.

Eduardo Camavinga

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Joining PSG in season 2024/25 for 85 million, Eduardo Camavinga was the club's all-time 2nd highest appearances player with 416 appearances for the club. He helped the team to win their first ever Champions League title in season 2033/34, and won another 2 in season 2035/36 and 2036/37. He didn't win any major trophy with France national team, but was an important member of the team with 75 caps.

Jeremy Doku

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Ever since being promoted to Anderlecht's first team, Jeremy Doku is often being named as the new Eden Hazard due to their similar position and playing style. His career peak was when he joined Barcelona from Atalanta, but his time in Spain wasn't too good, only staying in Barcelona for 2 seasons, before moving back to Italy with AC Milan. Despite not winning any major trophies with AC Milan, Jeremy Doku still have quite a successful career with Milan before retiring in season 2035/36. Just after his retirement, AC Milan suffered their first relegation since 1981/82, and only managed to get promoted back to Serie A after 2 years.

Next up will be the 3rd and 4th agent, @BatiGoal and @lforlalaland was 3rd and 4th respectively last time, but are there any changes in the rankings after @BatiGoal's signing of Kai Havertz?

Here's some hint of the agents that finished 3rd and 4th.

4th : 3 of the 4 players played in the same club for a few seasons.

3rd : One of his players got a few big-money transfers in game.

Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for the next update coming very soon.

4th sounds like it could be me! Top half, not bad. 

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8 hours ago, Kun Aguero said:

The Game Of Agents : Finale (Part 2)

6th : @Gunners Rishi - All-Time Highest Squad Value = 271m

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@Gunners Rishi did not have the best start among all the agents, he started the game with Fiete Arp, Naci Unuvar and Hannibal Mejbri. Both Fiete Arp and Naci Unuvar was released and then signed back with buy-back clause, while Hannibal Mejbri was released very early in the game, and went on spending many years with Salford United before joining Nice where he ended his playing career. Other players with buy-back clause include Sepp Van Der Berg who turned out being an average player, moving around Monaco, West Ham and Leicester. 

Sandro Tonali

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Started his senior career in Brescia, Sandro Tonali was often being compared to legendary Italian midfielders Andrea Pirlo. At the age of 21, Sandro Tonali earned himself his a transfer to Manchester City, and soon become the team's first choice midfielder. During his 8 years stay in Manchester, he helped City in winning the club's first ever Champions League title in season 2025/26. He then moved to Spain, in a 63 million move to Real Sociedad, which had been seen as a surprise move as Real Sociedad was nowhere near a big club. He didn't win a single major trophy with Real Sociedad, but did marked his name as one of the finest midfielders in La Liga, which earned him a move to La Liga giants Atletico Madrid that had been dominating both the La Liga and UEFA Champions League. He spent the rest of his career with Atletico Madrid, winning one league title and one Champions League title, while his former club Real Sociedad won their first league title since 1982 just after his retirement in season 2036/37. Despite being a key member of Italy's national team, playing 107 times for them, he never won a single major trophies with Italy.

Naci Unuvar

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The Dutch winger, that had been described as one of football's brightest talent, didn't reach the height predicted by football games and medias. He never played in any of Europe's top leagues, spending most of his career playing in Holland and Portugal. No major trophies in his entire playing career, Naci Unuvar may be blaming his agent for such a disappointing career.

Fiete Arp 

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The German striker from Hamburg, joining Bayern at the age of 19, didn't have the best start in his career. After a few disappointing loan moves to Everton and Aston Villa, and a few more seasons being backup options to Eddie Salcedo, his career turning point was when he joined Barcelona to be Luis Suarez's heir. In his 11 years stay in Barcelona, he managed to hit in 245 goals, enough for him to beat Luis Suarez's goal total in Barcelona, being the club's all-time 4th top scorer. He was also part of the team that won 2 league titles in season 2024/25 and season 2032/33.

Weston McKennie

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The central midfielder from USA, had spent most of his playing career in Germany, playing for Schalke 04 in his early career, and retiring at Bayer 04. He did not win any major trophies in his club career, but led the USMNT to win the CONCACAF Gold Cup and CONCACAF Nations League a number of times. Just shortly after his retirement, USA national team surprised the whole world by winning the 2034 FIFA World Cup.

5th : @Kanegan - All-Time Highest Squad Value = 290.5m

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@Kanegan was one of the favorites to win the trophy early in the game, but suffer some disappointment with Jeremy Doku flopping in Barcelona and Rhian Brewster not getting enough playtime in Atletico Madrid after the signing of Kylian Mbappe. 290.5m was his all-time highest squad value, slightly higher than 6th but still a large gap with the Top 4.

Rhian Brewster

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From Liverpool, Rhian Brewster's career peak was in Atletico Madrid, where he formed a deadly duo with Fabio Silva, winning the UCL title once and the La Liga title thrice. However, he did not score much after joining city rivals Real Madrid, but he did helped Real Madrid to win the La Liga title once in season 2029/30. At the age of 32, he decided to return to England with Championship side West Brom, helping the side to gain promotion to Premier League. He then ended his playing career with West Brom.

Jonathan David 

- sorry, no screenshots since I didn't manage to capture it before his retirement -

Jonathan David was arguably the best Canadian football player ever. He started his Ottawa, before moving to KAA Gent, and then to West Ham. He didn't play much for West Ham during his 3 years stay with them, but had marked his name as one of the best young talent, which earned him a move to Borrussia Dortmund. He had his best time in Dortmund, scoring 32 goals in 34 games in his second season, helping the team to win their first Champions League title since 1996/97 in season 2023/24, and was part of the Dortmund team that had been dominating Bundesliga. After a series of eye-catching performance in Germany, Jonathan David earned himself a 63 million move to Barcelona, being the club's first ever Canadian player. He spent the rest of his career in Barcelona, winning the La Liga title once.

Eduardo Camavinga

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Joining PSG in season 2024/25 for 85 million, Eduardo Camavinga was the club's all-time 2nd highest appearances player with 416 appearances for the club. He helped the team to win their first ever Champions League title in season 2033/34, and won another 2 in season 2035/36 and 2036/37. He didn't win any major trophy with France national team, but was an important member of the team with 75 caps.

Jeremy Doku

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Ever since being promoted to Anderlecht's first team, Jeremy Doku is often being named as the new Eden Hazard due to their similar position and playing style. His career peak was when he joined Barcelona from Atalanta, but his time in Spain wasn't too good, only staying in Barcelona for 2 seasons, before moving back to Italy with AC Milan. Despite not winning any major trophies with AC Milan, Jeremy Doku still have quite a successful career with Milan before retiring in season 2035/36. Just after his retirement, AC Milan suffered their first relegation since 1981/82, and only managed to get promoted back to Serie A after 2 years.

Next up will be the 3rd and 4th agent, @BatiGoal and @lforlalaland was 3rd and 4th respectively last time, but are there any changes in the rankings after @BatiGoal's signing of Kai Havertz?

Here's some hint of the agents that finished 3rd and 4th.

4th : 3 of the 4 players played in the same club for a few seasons.

3rd : One of his players got a few big-money transfers in game.

Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for the next update coming very soon.

I could be either 3rd or 4th!😀

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9 hours ago, HeartsBoy said:

I could be either 3rd or 4th!😀

A bit too pessimistic aren't you?😉

Edited by Kun Aguero

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The Game Of Agents (Finale : Part 3)

4th : @lforlalaland (All-Time Highest Squad Value - 343m)

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Another agent that had a very strong start but drop down the rankings midway, @lforlalaland's De Ligt had been 100m+ for almost every season which helps him to get to the top early in the game. He will have to thank Rayan Cherki for his 4th finish, a player that was bought back by BBC which end up being one of the best players of the batch.

Vinicius Jr.

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Ever since he first joined Real Madrid, Vinicius Jr. had been given high expectations. However his time in Real Madrid isn't all success, where he barely made into the first team. The turning point of his career was the move to Juventus, where he slowly became a key part of the team, helping the team to win the Champions League title in 2031/32, the season before he made his move to German giants Borrussia Dortmund. Joining the Dortmund attacking lineup consists of Eddie Salcedo and Gabriel Martinelli, Vinicius Jr. had his best season of his entire career in 2032/33 while helping the team to win 2 Bundesliga titles in his 3 years stay in Germany.

Matthjis De Ligt

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Matthjis De Ligt was the most expensive teenage defender when he joined Juventus from Ajax, but he soon prove himself being the key of Juventus's defend in his 12 years stay in Italy, helping the team to win 3 consecutive UCL titles from season 2019/20 to 2021/22. He could have been Juventus's all-time highest appearance player, but decided to join PSG in a 112 million deal in season 2031/32, seeking for a new challenge. He was an active player for PSG in his final years of his career, helping PSG to win their first UCL trophy in 2033/34. With numerous entries in the World TOTY throughout his playing career, he will be remembered as one of the best defenders of the game.

Thiago Almada

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Another player under @lforlalaland that had spend most of his career playing for Juventus, the Argentinean started his career in Velez before arriving in Europe with Malaga, and then Granada. After 2 impressive seasons with Granada, he was snapped up by Juventus, and spent the rest of his careers playing for them. He ended his playing career in Juventus, as the clubs's all-time 2nd highest appearance foreigner, just behind Matthjis De Ligt. 

Rayan Cherki

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The French playmaker, started his career in Lyon at a very young age, and was snapped up by Chelsea for free in season 2030/31. Despite being recognized as one of the best player in his era, Rayan Cherki NEVER won a single major silverware for either Lyon, Chelsea or France, not even a Premier League title with Chelsea. However he did have one very impressive personal records, which is being France all-time 2nd top scorer with 42 goals in 85 caps, just 9 behind Thierry Henry and 1 above Michel Platini. 

3rd : @Thepremiermanager (All-Time Highest Squad Value - 371.5m)

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@Thepremiermanager was 2nd before the final simulation, just being beaten by @BatiGoal after his signing of Kai Havertz. He's another agent that had a very strong start in the game, with Erling Haaland being the very first player to earn a high value in-game transfer (not one, but two!). He did made some wrong decisions, picking Harvey Elliott, who never played for a big club ever since he made the China move. Luckily, his decision to bring in Riccardi and Nelson did save himself from being in the second half of the table. 

Erling Haaland

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Started his playing career with Red Bull Salzburg, before making a 70 million move to Real Betis, being the club's most expensive transfer ever (which had never been beaten in the next 20 years). After only 1 season stay in Spain, he then made yet another big money move to Napoli, which is again the club's most expensive transfer ever (which had never been beaten in the next 20 years AGAIN). He put in some very impressive goal scoring performance in Italy winning a few personal awards, but decided to leave a struggling Napoli in season 2023/24, joining Manchester City where he spent there rest of his playing career in. Following his father's footstep joining Manchester City, Erling Haaland went on to be one of the best players of the club history, winning 3 Premier League titles, 1 Champions League title and 1 Europa League title. His 221 goals scored for Man City also made him the club's all-time 2nd top scorer, just behind Sergio Aguero. 

Phil Foden

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"Made in Man City", Phil Foden was arguably one of the best player produced by City's academy, and was part of the City team that won their first ever UCL trophy in season 2025/26. He then made a surprise move to Serie A giants AS Roma, but didn't stay with them long, making another move to Real Madrid just after 2 seasons. He was a key member of Real Madrid during his 6 years stay, helping the team to win their first La Liga title in 8 years and their first UCL title in 14 years. He's also one of England's most successful player, being the team's all-time 2nd most capped player with 123 caps, just 2 behind Peter Shilton's record, though did not win any major trophies with England.

Alessio Riccardi

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Another player that spend his entire career in one club, Alessio Riccardi was the club's all-time 2nd highest appearance player with 668 appearances, just behind Francesco Totti's 785 appearances record. However his achievement with AS Roma was much more impressive, helping Roma to win 10 Serie A titles, and 1 UCL title. He also had a very impressive assists records, giving in 20+ assists in 8 seasons, and 283 assists in his club career. 

Reiss Nelson

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Again another player that have his entire playing career playing for one club, Reiss Nelson was a loyal servant for Arsenal, being the club's all-time most appearance player with 649 appearances, and the club's all-time top scorer as well with 289 goals. He also helped the team to win 2 Premier League titles and 3 Europa League titles. A club legend indeed, and probably the best Arsenal player ever?

Next update will be the final update of this game revealing the Top 2, which will be @BatiGoal and @HeartsBoy. @HeartsBoy was way ahead in the previous update, but @BatiGoal overtook him with the signing of Kai Havertz, while @HeartsBoy replied immediately with his signing of Jadon Sancho. Both of them are way ahead of the rest, both passing 400 million squad value, and only 7 million separating both of them. Stay tuned for the final reveal, and let us know who you think will be the winner. 😉

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Congrats @lforlalaland on 4th and @Thepremiermanager on 3rd spot. I think if the game lasted another 2-3 seasons you guys would be right up there with me and @HeartsBoy.

11 minutes ago, Kun Aguero said:

Stay tuned for the final reveal, and let us know who you think will be the winner. 😉

🤔 Me! 😄 🍻 

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10 hours ago, Kun Aguero said:

The Game Of Agents (Finale : Part 3)

4th : @lforlalaland (All-Time Highest Squad Value - 343m)

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Another agent that had a very strong start but drop down the rankings midway, @lforlalaland's De Ligt had been 100m+ for almost every season which helps him to get to the top early in the game. He will have to thank Rayan Cherki for his 4th finish, a player that was bought back by BBC which end up being one of the best players of the batch.

Vinicius Jr.

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Ever since he first joined Real Madrid, Vinicius Jr. had been given high expectations. However his time in Real Madrid isn't all success, where he barely made into the first team. The turning point of his career was the move to Juventus, where he slowly became a key part of the team, helping the team to win the Champions League title in 2031/32, the season before he made his move to German giants Borrussia Dortmund. Joining the Dortmund attacking lineup consists of Eddie Salcedo and Gabriel Martinelli, Vinicius Jr. had his best season of his entire career in 2032/33 while helping the team to win 2 Bundesliga titles in his 3 years stay in Germany.

Matthjis De Ligt

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Matthjis De Ligt was the most expensive teenage defender when he joined Juventus from Ajax, but he soon prove himself being the key of Juventus's defend in his 12 years stay in Italy, helping the team to win 3 consecutive UCL titles from season 2019/20 to 2021/22. He could have been Juventus's all-time highest appearance player, but decided to join PSG in a 112 million deal in season 2031/32, seeking for a new challenge. He was an active player for PSG in his final years of his career, helping PSG to win their first UCL trophy in 2033/34. With numerous entries in the World TOTY throughout his playing career, he will be remembered as one of the best defenders of the game.

Thiago Almada

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Another player under @lforlalaland that had spend most of his career playing for Juventus, the Argentinean started his career in Velez before arriving in Europe with Malaga, and then Granada. After 2 impressive seasons with Granada, he was snapped up by Juventus, and spent the rest of his careers playing for them. He ended his playing career in Juventus, as the clubs's all-time 2nd highest appearance foreigner, just behind Matthjis De Ligt. 

Rayan Cherki

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The French playmaker, started his career in Lyon at a very young age, and was snapped up by Chelsea for free in season 2030/31. Despite being recognized as one of the best player in his era, Rayan Cherki NEVER won a single major silverware for either Lyon, Chelsea or France, not even a Premier League title with Chelsea. However he did have one very impressive personal records, which is being France all-time 2nd top scorer with 42 goals in 85 caps, just 9 behind Thierry Henry and 1 above Michel Platini. 

3rd : @Thepremiermanager (All-Time Highest Squad Value - 371.5m)

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@Thepremiermanager was 2nd before the final simulation, just being beaten by @BatiGoal after his signing of Kai Havertz. He's another agent that had a very strong start in the game, with Erling Haaland being the very first player to earn a high value in-game transfer (not one, but two!). He did made some wrong decisions, picking Harvey Elliott, who never played for a big club ever since he made the China move. Luckily, his decision to bring in Riccardi and Nelson did save himself from being in the second half of the table. 

Erling Haaland

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Started his playing career with Red Bull Salzburg, before making a 70 million move to Real Betis, being the club's most expensive transfer ever (which had never been beaten in the next 20 years). After only 1 season stay in Spain, he then made yet another big money move to Napoli, which is again the club's most expensive transfer ever (which had never been beaten in the next 20 years AGAIN). He put in some very impressive goal scoring performance in Italy winning a few personal awards, but decided to leave a struggling Napoli in season 2023/24, joining Manchester City where he spent there rest of his playing career in. Following his father's footstep joining Manchester City, Erling Haaland went on to be one of the best players of the club history, winning 3 Premier League titles, 1 Champions League title and 1 Europa League title. His 221 goals scored for Man City also made him the club's all-time 2nd top scorer, just behind Sergio Aguero. 

Phil Foden

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"Made in Man City", Phil Foden was arguably one of the best player produced by City's academy, and was part of the City team that won their first ever UCL trophy in season 2025/26. He then made a surprise move to Serie A giants AS Roma, but didn't stay with them long, making another move to Real Madrid just after 2 seasons. He was a key member of Real Madrid during his 6 years stay, helping the team to win their first La Liga title in 8 years and their first UCL title in 14 years. He's also one of England's most successful player, being the team's all-time 2nd most capped player with 123 caps, just 2 behind Peter Shilton's record, though did not win any major trophies with England.

Alessio Riccardi

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Another player that spend his entire career in one club, Alessio Riccardi was the club's all-time 2nd highest appearance player with 668 appearances, just behind Francesco Totti's 785 appearances record. However his achievement with AS Roma was much more impressive, helping Roma to win 10 Serie A titles, and 1 UCL title. He also had a very impressive assists records, giving in 20+ assists in 8 seasons, and 283 assists in his club career. 

Reiss Nelson

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Again another player that have his entire playing career playing for one club, Reiss Nelson was a loyal servant for Arsenal, being the club's all-time most appearance player with 649 appearances, and the club's all-time top scorer as well with 289 goals. He also helped the team to win 2 Premier League titles and 3 Europa League titles. A club legend indeed, and probably the best Arsenal player ever?

Next update will be the final update of this game revealing the Top 2, which will be @BatiGoal and @HeartsBoy. @HeartsBoy was way ahead in the previous update, but @BatiGoal overtook him with the signing of Kai Havertz, while @HeartsBoy replied immediately with his signing of Jadon Sancho. Both of them are way ahead of the rest, both passing 400 million squad value, and only 7 million separating both of them. Stay tuned for the final reveal, and let us know who you think will be the winner. 😉

Happy with 3rd place. A solid position after the farce of young Harv, the boy let me down! 

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49 minutes ago, Thepremiermanager said:

Happy with 3rd place. A solid position after the farce of young Harv, the boy let me down! 

At least he became Cardiff's club legend 😂

 

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Before the final reveal of the Top 2, here's a short overview of how the European's teams did in the 20 years simulation.

England

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Liverpool was the most successful club in England with 7 league titles in the 21 seasons, while they also finished 2nd in 4 seasons. Manchester City was closely behind them with 5 league titles, both clubs managed to win 3 league titles in a row each. Manchester United was the 3rd most successful club in the 21 years, with 4 league titles, while Arsenal had 3. There are 2 surprise winners with Wolves winning it in season 2028/29, and West Ham in 2034/35. Wolves did not manage to hold on to their success, dropping down to 13th in the next season, with their 2nd highest league position being 4th. West Ham however, was much more successful, being in Top 4 for 6 times within the 21 years, and went on winning the Champions League title. Among the Big 6, Chelsea and Tottenham never won a single league title in the 21 years, while Tottenham was relegated in the final season of the simulation.

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Spain

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With the striker duo of Fabio Silva and Rhian Brewster which was replaced by Kylian Mbappe, Atletico Madrid was the most successful club in Spain, winning 8 league titles in the 21 years, while Barcelona won 5, and Real Madrid winning 4. Valencia, Levante and Real Sociedad are the only 3 clubs that won the league title, other than the Big 3.

Germany

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Borussia Dortmund was easily the best club in Germany within the 21 years, with a staggering 14 league titles in 21 years, while Bayern only managed 4. RB Leipzig, SV Werder, SC Freiburg are the only 3 clubs that managed to win the league, other than the 2 giants. 

Italy

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AS Roma was the most successful club in Italy, with 11 league titles in 21 years, while Juventus was behind with 6. None of the 2 clubs won it in the final 3 years, where Atalanta, Cagliari and Torino end up winners. AC Milan managed to win the league in 2024/25, their first in years, but was now playing in Serie B after a relegation in 2036/37, dropping down from 7th to 18th in that season where Gianluigi Donnarumma retired.

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UEFA Europa League

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No club have been dominating the Europa League, but Arsenal was the club that have won the most Europa League titles, with Chelsea and Man City closely behind.

UEFA Champions League

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Atletico Madrid was the best club in UCL, winning the trophy 5 times, while Juventus won it 4 times, followed by PSG that won it 3 times. West Ham was the surprise winner in 2037/38, being their first European trophy since 1965, while Valencia won their first Champions League trophy in the final year of the simulation. 

Copa America

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Quite a surprise here, as neither did Brazil and Argentina won the Copa America since 2019, with Peru and Uruguay being the biggest winners with 2 wins each.

UEFA Euro's Championship

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Germany had been dominating Euro's, winning it 4 times in a row. Only Spain and Portugal managed to win it other than Germany.

FIFA World Cup

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Spain didn't dominate the Euro's but have been dominating the World Cup since 2022, winning it 4 times and being 2nd once, making them the 2nd team that have won 5 World Cups. USA was the surprise winners in 2034, and was the 2nd most successful team in the World Cup.

 

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@HeartsBoy sorry for the late reply on Cherki mate, was having military training for the past 2 weeks and didn’t get a chance to use my phone pretty much all the way! guess I’ll make it up to you next season of agents’ game 😅
 

@Kun Aguero Guess I’m the latest to commend ya on your dedication to this series but better late than never! Thanks for the wild and run ride over the past 3 months, was always a blast reading up on the posts especially those you have taken time to do a short write-up on the player for transfer moves! Hope to partake in your next interactive game and hopefully I can be much more active throughout! Keep up the good work mate!

 

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Game Of Agents (Finale : Part 4)

2nd : @BatiGoal (All-Time Highest Squad Value - 428m)

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@BatiGoal was one of the agents that had the slowest start, with all 3 of his initial picks not doing well at a very young age. Troy Parrott, end up as a flop and was replaced by Ansu Fati who was a total blast. Some clever signings including Mbappe and Havertz ensured him a Top 2 finish, but unfortunately still not enough to knock @HeartsBoy from his throne.

Mason Greenwood

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Being one of the best talents graduated from Man Utd's academy, Mason Greenwood spent his early seasons on loan in various mid-table Premier League teams including Brighton and Crystal Palace. Though not having much playtime during his loan period, Mason Greenwood still got his manager's trust and finally started to get some game time, scoring 15 times in his first season as a Man Utd starter. He made history by winning 3 consecutive YPOTY award from 2022 to 2024, and won his first EPL POTY award in season 2023/24 where he scored 35 goals in 41 games. From that season on, he was a constant scorer for Man Utd, helping the team to win 3 EPL titles. In his final seasons of his career, he decided to move to Championship side Sunderland, and managed to help the team to get back into Premier League.

Kai Havertz

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Graduated from Leverkusen's academy, Kai Havertz joined Real Madrid in season 2024/25 in a 145 million transfer. In his 10 years playing for Real Madrid, he had been a key part of the team, forming a strong midfield duo with Phil Foden. He was part of Madrid's team that won 1 La Liga title and 1 Champions League title during his 10 years spell at the club. His 380 appearance and 130 goals scored also made him the club's most appearance and top scoring German.

Ansu Fati

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Product of La Masia, and never left the club throughout his 20 years career. It was in 2024/25 where he spent a loan spell at Bournemouth that he first showed the world his potential, a staggering 21 goals scored in 39 games, 3rd top scorer in Premier League and 3rd place in YPOTY. He became a first team player at Barcelona after that successful season in England, scoring 25 goals in his first season as a starter at Barcelona. He went on to score 270 goals for Barcelona, though not enough to beat Leo Messi's record, he's still the club's 2nd top scorer, helping the team to win 2 La Liga titles, and will be recognized as a club legend.

Kylian Mbappe

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One of the best player of his era, Kylian Mbappe spent the first 10 years of his career in France, before making a world record move to Spain, joining Atletico Madrid. He didn't have the best start at Madrid, struggling with injuries, but started to show his worth in his 2nd season, scoring 29 goals alongside striker partner Fabio Silva. He helped the team to win 6 La Liga titles in his 7 years spell at Atletico Madrid, as well as 3 consecutive Champions League trophies, building the Atletico Madrid's era. 

Best Agent : @HeartsBoy (All-Time Highest Squad Value - 435m)

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@HeartsBoy didn't had the best start as well, with his initial picks Jules Kounde, Skov Olsen and Billy Gilmour. None of the 3 initial picks remained in his agency. The turning point of the agent's career may have been the signing of Fabio Silva from @Lord Danish's agency, "One man trash is another man's treasuer.". Fabio Silva end up as one of the player that build up Atletico Madrid's era. 

Jadon Sancho

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Started his career at Watford and Man City, Jadon Sancho first showed the world his potential in Borussia Dortmund, and was soon tagged as one of the best young talents. His first transfer was a big money move to Manchester United, only for 6 months, where he didn't play a single minute, and had to return to Dortmund. He was then released by his agent, only been bought back after his huge move to PSG. He was a key player for PSG during his 10 years spell with them, helping the team to win their first ever UCL trophy in season 2033/34. He also won 2 consecutive Ballon D'or in 2029 and 2030. His 135 caps for England made him England's all-time most capped player.

Joao Felix

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One of the most expensive youngster when he made his 100m move from Benfica to Atletico Madrid, scoring 22 goals in 37 for Atletico Madrid in his debut season. However, he soon made a move to Liverpool, where he turned into the club's legend, playing 379 times, scoring 152 goals, being the club's all-time 5th top scorer. 5 Premier League titles and 1 Champions League trophies won with them.

Fabio Silva

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Another player that had a slow start, struggling to perform in Portugal, Italy and Germany, abandoned by his former agent @Lord Danish. As soon as he completed his move to @HeartsBoy's agency, he turned into a goal scoring beast, playing 548 games and 386 goals being the club's all-time most appearance and top scorer. Definitely Atletico Madrid's most successful player ever.

Gedson Fernandes

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Started his career in Benfica, before his short stay in Tottenham, and joining Man Utd. Gedson Fernandes didn't had the best career, with the best period of his career being in Benfica. Only one Europa League title won in his entire career.

That's all of the reveal of the agent's rankings, with @HeartsBoy being the eventual winner, only 7 million separating him with @BatiGoal. Now time to reveal the Best Player. Before that, here's the list of Best Player in Europe and World Player Of The Year award.

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4 Best Player In Europe and 1 WPOTY for Mbappe but only 1 Best Player In Europe won after joining @BatiGoal's agency. 3 Best Player In Europe and 2 WPOTY for Jadon Sancho. 1 Best Player In Europe for Riccardi and Cherki, as well as one WPOTY for Sebastiano Esposito.

3rd : Kylian Mbappe ( @BatiGoal )

3 players won Best Player In Europe once, including Mbappe, Riccardi and Cherki, but the award was given to Kylian Mbappe, as he led the team to win 3 consecutive UEFA Champions League trophy.

2nd : Sebastiano Esposito ( @Lord Danish )

Probably not the best in terms of club honours, but the 1 WPOTY and a 50+ goals season in Juventus is enough for him to claim 2nd. 

Best Player : Jadon Sancho ( @HeartsBoy )

2 consecutive WPOTY and 3 consecutive Best Player In Europe for the Englishman, deserved the Best Player award for his personal achievement. 

That's the end of the game, with @HeartsBoy winning both awards. Thanks for everyone's participation and dedication towards the game, let me know your thoughts and feed backs. Until next time, Kun Out!

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Looks to me @HeartsBoy no more than deserves the win. Well played, mate, you're the best agent 👏 👏

Thanks @Kun Aguero for the tremendous effort and time you've put into this crazy lil competition. Was a first for me and I enjoyed the strategizing and many approaches that I considered along the way. Looking forward to your next community event. Whether I'll actively play part again or lurk from the sidelines makes no difference, I'll be following regardless.

See you at the next one, everyone! 😄 

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1 hour ago, BatiGoal said:

Looks to me @HeartsBoy no more than deserves the win. Well played, mate, you're the best agent 👏 👏

Thanks @Kun Aguero for the tremendous effort and time you've put into this crazy lil competition. Was a first for me and I enjoyed the strategizing and many approaches that I considered along the way. Looking forward to your next community event. Whether I'll actively play part again or lurk from the sidelines makes no difference, I'll be following regardless.

See you at the next one, everyone! 😄 

 

1 hour ago, HeartsBoy said:

Wow when I started this I never thought I would win. Ggs to all other players and @Kun Aguero for making this fun. 👍

 

51 minutes ago, Kanegan said:

Congrats @HeartsBoy on coming out top and again really huge respect for you @Kun Aguero for running this one. Looking forward to the next.

 

6 hours ago, lforlalaland said:

@HeartsBoy sorry for the late reply on Cherki mate, was having military training for the past 2 weeks and didn’t get a chance to use my phone pretty much all the way! guess I’ll make it up to you next season of agents’ game 😅
 

@Kun Aguero Guess I’m the latest to commend ya on your dedication to this series but better late than never! Thanks for the wild and run ride over the past 3 months, was always a blast reading up on the posts especially those you have taken time to do a short write-up on the player for transfer moves! Hope to partake in your next interactive game and hopefully I can be much more active throughout! Keep up the good work mate!

 

Thanks for the support! 😀 Won't be a success without your participation.

Does have plans for a new interactive game, probably the Ultimate Team/Chairman Game. Looking for someone to co-host it as well, so PM me if you are interested 😅

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8 hours ago, samhardy said:

Yes whilst I didn’t participate I have been following it and it’s been a fun one to follow. Great work hosting @Kun Aguero :)

Here here. Great work @Kun Aguero. Enjoyed being part of it and thought every part was well organised and run expertly. Good stuff. 

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