FM 2010 Demo Transfer Budgets

granth5

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Transfer Budgets


Premier League:
Arsenal : £25m - £33m
Aston Villa : £2.7m - £3.9m
Birmingham City : £6m - £10.5m
Blackburn Rovers : £0k
Bolton Wanderers : £0k
Burnley : £200k - £375k
Chelsea : £52m - £58m
Everton : £4m - £5.25m
Fulham : £500k - £750k
Hull City : £5.5m - £10.5m
Liverpool : £2m - £2.4m
Manchester City : £55m - £72m
Manchester United : £60m - £74m
Portsmouth : £0k
Stoke City : £6.5m - £11.25m
Sunderland : £10m - £16m
Tottenham Hotspur : £6m - £8.5m
West Ham United : £0k
Wigan Athletic : £4.5m - £7.25m
Wolverhampton Wanderers : £5.75m - £10m


Championship:
Barnsley : £120k - £200k
Blackpool : £600k - £975k
Bristol City : £1.6m - £2.4m
Cardiff : £0k
Coventry : £2m - £3.3m
Crystal Palace :£0k
Derby : £500k - £800k
Doncaster : £900k - £1.5m
Ipswich : £2.9m - £4.3m
Leicester : £0k
Middlesbrough : £2m - £2.6m
Newcastle : £0k
Nottm Forest : £700k - £1.1m
Peterborough : £600k - £1.2m
Plymouth : £600k - £1m
Preston : £1.2m - £1.6m
QPR : £6m - £9m
Reading : £200k - £250k
Scunthorpe : £350k - £650k
Sheff Utd : £2m - £2.4m
Sheff Wed : £0k
Swansea : £1.9m - £2.9m
Watford : £250k - £350k
West Brom : £2.3m - £2.6m


League One:
Brentford : £0k
Brighton : £200k - £325k
Bristol Rovers : £300k - £475k
Carlisle : £0k
Charlton : £0k
Colchester : £600k - £925k
Exeter : £30k - £55k
Gillingham : £50k - £85k
Hartlepool : £50k - £85k
Huddersfield : £400k - £625k
Leeds : £1m
Leyton Orient : £100k - £140k
Millwall : £100k
MK Dons : £50k
Norwich : £500k - £650k
Oldham : £20k - £28k
Southampton : £1.5m
Southend : £0k
Stockport : £10k - £20k
Swindon : £50k - £80k
Tranmere : £20k
Walsall : £50k - £75k
Wycombe : £0k
Yeovil : £8k - £12k


SPL
Aberdeen : £0k
Celtic : £8.5m
Dundee United : £26k - £30k
Falkirk : £0k
Hamilton : £100k - £160k
Hearts : £100k - £150k
Hibernian : £150k - £200k
Kilmarnock : £0k
Motherwell : £50k - £75k
Rangers : £0k
St. Johnstone : £200k - £350k
St. Mirren : £75k - £130k


La Liga:
Almeria : £3m - £4.4m
At. Madrid : £5.25m - £6.75m
Athletic : £5.25m - £7m
Barcelona : £13m
Deportivo : £875k - £1.2m
Espanyol : £2.6m - £3.8m
Getafe : £3.5m - £5.75m
Malaga : £350k - £500k
Mallorca : £875k - £1.2m
Osasuna : £875k - £1.4m
R. Madrid : £8.75m
Racing : £2.2m - £3m
Sevilla : £6.5m - £9m
Sporting : £425k - £675k
Tenerife : £700k - £1.3m
Valencia : £875k - £1.1m
Valladolid : £425k - £700k
Villarreal : £6m - £8.25m
Xerez - £0k
Zaragoza - £4.3m - £6.5m


Serie A:
AC Milan : £13m - £16.5m
Atlanta : £2.3m - £3.4m
Bari : £575k - £950k
Bologna : £2.1m - £3.5m
Cagliari : £1.5m - £2m
Catania : £2.2m - £3.6m
Chievo : £525k - £875k
Fiorentina : £7.75m - £10.75m
Genoa : £5.25m - £7.75m
Inter : £13m - £16.75m
Juventus : £10.5m - £11.75m
Lazio : 3.9m - £5.25m
Livorno : £750k - £1.3m
Napoli : £8.25m - £13.25m
Palermo : £4.3m - £6m
Parma : £3m -£4.9m
Roma : £0k
Sampdoria : £4.3m - £7m
Siena : £1.2m - £2m
Udinese : £2.3m - £3m


Ligue 1:
Auxerre : £2.6m - £3.5m
Monaco : £875k - £1.2m
Nancy : £3.5m - £5.25m
Saint-Ettiene : £1.7m - £2.6m
Lorient : £1.7m - £2.8m
Sochaux : £875k - £1.4m
Bordeaux : £4.3m - £5.25m
Grenoble : £0k
Le Mans : £2.6m - £4.2m
Lille : £6m -£8.5m
Montpellier : £0k
Nice: £1.7m - £2.5m
Lyon : £8.75m - £11m
Marseille : £5.25m - £6.5m
PSG : £1.7m - £2.3m
Lens : £0k
Stade Rennais : £3.5m - £4.7m
Toulouse : £4.3m - £5.75m
Boulogne : £0k
Valenciennes : £0k
 
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coop21

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Found these budgets for the premier league

Arsenal : £25m - £33m
Aston Villa : £2.7m - £3.9m
Birmingham City : £6m - £10.5m
Blackburn Rovers : £0
Bolton Wanderers : £0
Burnley : £200k - £375k
Chelsea : £52m - £58m
Everton : £4m - £5.25m
Fulham : £500k - £750k
Hull City : £5.5m - £10.5m
Liverpool : £2m - £2.4m
Manchester City : £55m - £72m
Manchester United : £60m - £74m
Portsmouth : £0
Stoke City : £6.5m - £11.25m
Sunderland : £10m - £16m
Tottenham Hotspur : £6m - £8.5m
West Ham United : £0
Wigan Athletic : £4.5m - £7.25m
Wolverhampton Wanderers : £5.75m - £10m


Thought it may help people. If anyone wants to do it for the Championship it would be a great help
so how come liverpool have so little?
 

Raffazza

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These budgets are rubbish. :/


Ummm.... No, they seem quite sensible.. They are the budgets for after the teams have bought all the players they have bought for this season, so they seem to make perfect sense...

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Spurs should have much much more than that!
Well they spent money this summer, probably shouldnt have too much more than that, should they?
 

croatsouljah

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Ummm.... No, they seem quite sensible.. They are the budgets for after the teams have bought all the players they have bought for this season, so they seem to make perfect sense...

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Well they spent money this summer, probably shouldnt have too much more than that, should they?

....and you know how much Spurs love to overpay :p
 

steve-okenobi

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The budgets seem a lot more realistic. I had a look at R Madrid and considering theyve spent nigh on 200m this summer their TB is only 8m
 
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Thanks alot guys, great help. I think they are quite sensible budgets when you say about what the teams have spent already this season but if they haven't made the best signings... you're ******:|:p
 

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I think the budgets are realistic up until you see that Manchester United have more to spend than Manchester City. That surely can't be right? :S
 

Raffazza

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I think the budgets are realistic up until you see that Manchester United have more to spend than Manchester City. That surely can't be right? :S
Well, they did spend a fortune in the summer, its the owners money, makes sense that there is some sort of limit. Utd barely spent anything and received a lot.

Only real way to pass judgement will be with full game in second season...
 

owen7

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I think the budgets are realistic up until you see that Manchester United have more to spend than Manchester City. That surely can't be right? :S
City spent alot, so you wouldn't expect it to be loads still. United sold Ronaldo and only got 3 players, Owen was free. So they would have alot as they didn't spend it.
 
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