sport news FM18: Premier League clubs transfer and wage budgets

When selecting a team on Football Manager, you won’t know a team’s transfer or wage budget until you become manager of them.

Here, Sportsmail brings you the transfer and wage budget of every Premier League side on Football Manager 18.

The money you start with is dependent on your season expectations and how you expect to perform in the league and in cup competitions. The more ambitious your goals, the more money you get, and vice versa.

The next iteration of the popular Football Manager franchise is due for release on November 10

The next iteration of the popular Football Manager franchise is due for release on November 10

Check back here every time you're starting a Premier League campaign for transfer budgets

Check back here every time you're starting a Premier League campaign for transfer budgets

To make things easier for you, we have provided the highest and lowest possible amount and for each team, with the lowest figure representing the money you’d get if you select the most conservative season expectations, and the highest representing the opposite.

For example, if you pick Liverpool and you aim to achieve a top-four finish in the league, reach the FA Cup final and quarter-final of the ‘Champions Cup’ (the most conservative option), you will get a transfer budget of £75m and wage budget of £2.78m.

If you tell the board you will win the league and FA Cup while reaching the final of the ‘Champions Cup’ (the most ambitious option), you will get a transfer kitty of £97.16m and £3.18m wage budget.

Use this guide every time you start a new game save if you are unsure of a team’s finances. 

Arsenal

Transfer Budget – £80m - £93.59m

Wage Budget – £2.83m - £3.05m

Arsenal have a transfer budget ranging from £80 - £93.59 million depending on expectations

Arsenal have a transfer budget ranging from £80 - £93.59 million depending on expectations

Bournemouth

Transfer Budget – £14m

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