Football Manager 2022 Premier League Transfer Budgets

Football Manager 2022 is just over two weeks away, but you can get a head start by playing the brand new Beta NOW.

With the Beta released, we've got you covered for every Premier League team's transfer and wage budget at the start of the 2021/22 season.

FM22 Premier League Budgets

Knowing where to start when a brand new Football Manager game drops is always a difficult conundrum, but you can check out this list for all the financial details that could sway your decision.

Arsenal

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Transfer budget: £10 million

Wage budget: £100,000

The Gunners are entering a transitional period and your main task will be clearing the decks and developing the youth.

With saleable assets like Saka and Smith-Rowe at the club, will you look long-term or focus on bringing immediate success to the Emirates?

Aston Villa

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Transfer budget: £20 million

Wage budget: £70,000

Following Grealish's departure from Villa Park, there's still some money left in the transfer kitty.

Whilst Villa have a balanced squad in place, could you make the necessary changes to turn them into European challengers?

Brentford

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Transfer budget: £12 million

Wage budget: £50,000

Newly promoted, but still boasting a healthy budget, Brentford looks an attractive prospect in this year's game.

With a little money to spend to improve the squad, can you develop Brentford into a Premier League mainstay in FM22?

Brighton

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Transfer budget: £15 million

Wage budget: £50,000

Taking over from Graham Potter will leave you with a talented squad at your disposal, as well as a healthy transfer budget.

Potentially moving out some of your best players and signing some wonderkid stars, Brighton could be one of the best teams to use in Football Manager 2022.

Burnley

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Transfer budget: £10 million

Wage budget: £50,000

Burnley look set to be in another relegation fight this year, but effective use of their budget could soon see you moving up the table.

Whilst it's certainly a challenge, converting Burnley into European hopefuls could bring major success in Football Manager 2022.

Chelsea

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Transfer budget: £40 million

Wage budget: £194,000

Chelsea has a phenomenal squad in this year's game, but there's still enough transfer budget left for you to pull off another top deal.

Could you bring the centre-half in that Chelsea have been desperately craving?

Crystal Palace

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Transfer budget: £1.8 million

Wage budget: £20,000

Working on a shoestring and boasting the smallest transfer budget in the league, Crystal Palace may not look an attractive prospect on paper.

However, you could cash in on Zaha and prepare to rebuild or continue to progress on the foundations built by Roy Hodgson.

Everton

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Transfer budget: £2 million

Wage budget: £100,000

Rafa Benitez set the standard for innovative recruitment at Everton and you'll have to do the same if you're hoping to achieve success with the Toffees in Football Manager 2022.

A club on the verge of slipping away from Europe, can you bring Everton back into contention?

Leeds

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Transfer budget: £10 million

Wage budget: £50,000

Following Marcelo Bielsa could be the least of your worries at Leeds in Football Manager 2022.

With stars like Kalvin Phillips attracting major interest, can you keep Leeds fighting at the right end of the table?

Leicester City

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Transfer budget: £10 million

Wage budget: £50,000

They may be the current FA Cup holders, but Leicester has a comparatively small budget in Football Manager 2022.

They have plenty of saleable assets in their ranks, so the choice is yours if you wish to keep the current squad or plan to break it apart and build it back up again.

Liverpool

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Transfer budget: £20 million

Wage budget: £100,000

The biggest test at Anfield will be stretching the transfer budget to cover the contract renewals of some of your key players.

Will you cash in Mo Salah or look to renew his deal? How far will your budget stretch? These questions certainly make managing Liverpool an intriguing challenge in FM22.

Manchester City

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Transfer budget: £100 million

Wage budget: £300,000

They may have spent £100 million on Jack Grealish, but they do have another spare £100 million still to spend.

Only one team on this list has a bigger budget than Manchester City, could you use the remaining dough to secure a certain English striker?

Manchester United

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Transfer budget: £30 million

Wage budget: £200,000

There are some big decisions to be made at Manchester United in FM22, not least the contractual situation of Paul Pogba.

With a smaller transfer budget - and a wage budget that could look prettier with some high profile exits - your main priority at Old Trafford has to be signing a defensive midfielder.

Newcastle United

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Transfer budget: £200 million

Wage budget: £600,000

Everyone was wondering if Newcastle's new takeover would take effect in FM22 and the answer is a resounding yes.

Easily boasting the biggest budget on this list, Newcastle's rebuild challenge is in your hands. You have the money, now you've got to impressive your demanding board.

Norwich

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Transfer budget: £10 million

Wage budget: £50,000

There are some major improvements needed at Carrow Road if you're to keep the Canaries in the Premier League this season.

Whether you're stretching your budget or moving on some saleable assets, you'll have a hard job on your hands if you're going to keep Norwich in the top-flight.

Southampton

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Transfer budget: £5 million

Wage budget: £30,000

The Saints will be marching on with a smaller budget than ever, swallowing the Danny Ings money and leaving you in a rather awkward position.

Just like Norwich's circumstances, you'll have to innovate if you're going to keep Southampton in England's top tier.

Tottenham

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Transfer budget: £15 million

Wage budget: £100,000

There's a clear way to boost your budget at Tottenham and that's selling wantaway striker Harry Kane.

Whilst it may be difficult, selling England's captain would allow you to make necessary investments throughout the squad and boost Spurs back towards the Champions League.

Watford

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Transfer budget: £2 million

Wage budget: £30,000

Watford is the only fully licensed team in the Premier League, which may just make up for their small budget.

With Ismaila Sarr your key man - but also your only money-making asset - you'll have some big decisions to make when you walk through the doors at Vicarage Road in Football Manager 2022.

West Ham

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Transfer budget: £8 million

Wage budget: £50,000

The Hammers may be in Europe, but their stingy owners have dealt you another poor hand.

Thankfully, the depth of the squad is pretty decent, but there's always the concern that you're just a Michail Antonio injury away from disaster.

Wolves

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Transfer budget: £20 million

Wage budget: £50,000

Wolves boast a pretty decent budget in FM22, with enough money in the bank for you to secure a couple more Portuguese superstars.

The real challenge at Molineux will be building on previous successes and achieving the European dream held by the owners and fans.

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