It's that time of year, a new Football Manager is coming and you have no idea what laptop to buy but you certainly know you need to upgrade. Well, never fear - we've got you covered.

Let's begin with the budget range (£400-£600):

Laptops in this range will run the game comfortably, but you might not be able to run quite as many nations as you'd like.

NamePriceLink
Dell Inspiron 15£386.79Buy from Amazon
Dell Latitude E7470£529.99Buy from Amazon

Let's move to the mid-range (£600-£800):

Laptops in this range will run the game easily and you'll be able to enjoy almost as many nations as you want. To top it off, you'll also be able to play any other game you fancy comfortably.

NamePriceLink
HP 255 G7£637.87Buy from Amazon
Acer Nitro 5 AN515-44£767.56Buy from Amazon

Time for the big boys (£800+):

Laptops in this range will keep you going for the next 5 years if you keep them in a good shape.

NamePriceLink
ASUS TUF FA506IU£898.00Buy from Amazon
Dell G5 15 5000£937.19Buy from Amazon
ASUS TUF FX505DV£1,099.99Buy from Amazon

I hope this recommended list is helpful for you and you finally find the laptop that will take your Football Manager experience to the next level.