The January transfer window is fast approaching which means change is upon us. Before the clubs start going mad with transfer activity, we've compiled a list of clubs to manage before the January transfer window.
Newly appointed Mikel Arteta has just taken over as manager following the dismissal of Unai Emery. It is clear that change the squad needs transfers to rejuvenate the team to churn out some winning performances. Arteta has said himself that the club needs to rebuild the relationship with the fans - "We play for them [the fans]. At the end of the day, they're expecting a lot from us. We have to give them enjoyment, we have to make their lives better and when we win, they will be better because they will be happier. It's our responsibility and we have to do everything we can to achieve that. First, I think I need the players and if I can convince the players, afterwards we can convince the fans. I think it's a very, very important part of my job. Energy is everything, in life, in football and in sports. If we are able to generate this, it will give us a lift."
Can you take over at Arsenal and bring about much-needed change with its current crop of players
Six years back, the fans were celebrating Manchester United's 13th Premier League triumph as Sir Alex bid adieu to the Old Trafford outfit and to football by announcing his retirement. The legendary Scotsman wrote history with this club and his contributions to Manchester United's rich heritage is massive. Sir Alex transformed this side into world beaters and made the fans all around the globe, turn their eyes to Manchester's red half simply because he made them play with flair, freedom and most importantly- a motive.
Can you bring back consistent success to Manchester United?
The one wonderkid that, let's face it, most try to sign on FM20 is Norwegian striker Erling Håland. Recently, it was announced that Håland will join Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund. With the departing Håland who has scored 17 goals in 16 appearances leaves FC Red Bull Salzburg but with Red Bull's numerous teams New York Red Bulls, Red Bull Brasil, Red Bull Bragantino, RB Leipzig, Red Bull Ghana, and FC Liefering building a team for the future should be the challenge if you decide to take the manager's position at FC Red Bull Salzburg.
Take advantage of having Håland while you can, but bear in mind if you start with updated database then Håland's transfer might be set as a future transfer meaning you'll have to plan for his departure.
Set in the tiny Andorran village of Encamp, FC Andorra owned by Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, are the biggest team come out of Andorra the country. FC Andorra, however, ply their trade in the second tier of Spanish football. Pique has big ambitions for Spain's version of Salford City - the English non-league team owned by six former Manchester United players. Being in competitions like the Copa del Rey for the first time in 24 years - offering a potential meeting with Pique's Barcelona.
Can you guide this team to Spanish or even world domination?
A.C. Milan are the second most decorated club in Europe, behind Real Madrid. Dida, Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Maldini, Andrea Pirlo, Gennaro Gattuso, Clarence Seedorf and Ricardo Kaka all former legends that have played for A.C. Milan. Currently, A.C. Milan are sitting midtable in Seria A. The team that went into the 2007 Champions League final contained Inzaghi (34), Seedorf (31) and Nesta (31) who were steadily marching towards the act of calling time on their sparkling careers. The club's spending was questionable, but continued. All of this has resulted in a club that needs to be rebuilt to bring the former glories back.
How will you rebuild this club?