We took some time to investigate which clubs have the biggest starting transfer budgets in Football Manager 2015. Some of these might surprise you.
Starting a new save in FM15 is always a big thing for a FM player, so in this guide will save you some time and show you which clubs have the biggest transfer budgets in the game.
From Barclays Premier League to German Bundesliga, see with which clubs you can start your new campaign with some new signings.
First on our list are Premier League runners up, Liverpool. With a starting budget of 15 million pounds and a great reputation in the game, you are bound to sign some great new additions for your team and strengthen your squad even more for UEFA Champions League.
FC Bayern Munchen
The German giant Bayern will not raise many eyebrows by being on this list, yet maybe we expected that the Bavarian club would be higher up the ladder. Nevertheless, with already a great team, nearly 17 million pounds will come in handy to strengthen your squad more, if you really want to.
Real Madrid CF
Next on our list is the current Champions League title holder - Real Madrid. With the second best reputation of all clubs on this list and 17 million pounds at your disposal, you can purchase almost anyone in the game, well almost everyone, no one from Barca actually...
Second team from Barclays Premier League on our list. Their transfer budget of 20 million pounds will come in handy to strengthen your team even more, and add some quality players to the likes of Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela.
Catalonian giant Barca is the club with the highest reputation on our top transfer budget list, meaning, there is probably no player in the game that wouldn't consider playing for Barcelona at this time and age. Again, don't look at Real Madrid for your potential signings... Just don't.
Surprisingly, Wolfsburg is a team with the highest transfer budget from Germany, beating the likes of Bayern, BvB and Schalke 04. Nevertheless, this could be an interesting club to manage in FM15. Low rep, good league, average squad and a huge piggy bank at your disposal promises lots of excitement.
If you read our last years guide on top transfer budgets in FM14, then this entry should not be surprising you all that much. Last year they took 9th place, but with a bigger transfer budget. Rich chairman, money to burn, average league, buy some quality players and try to conquer Ukraine and Europe, no pun intended.
Time for some serious money to enter our list. No surprise PSG is here, surprisingly they're not at a higher position, but world class players and near 40 million pounds to spend on future transfers will not bring you any headache. Your main priority with PSG should be winning the Champions League.
And again if you've read our last years top 10 transfer budget clubs, Shakhtar won't surprise you too much for entering this list. Money's no object for Shakhtar's rich owner who will splash you with 40 million to spend at the start of your campaign with the The Miners.
Second team from France to enter the list with a massive transfer budget is AS Monaco. With the sale of James Rodriguez to Real Madrid they filled their club's bank, but also the fact that they got a sugar daddy for their chairman is also a plus.
We came to our top 3 spots, and one spot better than in the Premier League last season lies Arsenal with their wealth of 47 and a half million pounds to spend on the defence, cause let's face it, it's quite a mess in the last line. Use this money wisely.
Yet another club from London has managed to come in the top 3 of our list. With a wealthy budget of 50 million pounds and great league rep and club rep, there should be no problem to transfer any player you might desire. Play with the Blues if you're a beginner at the game.
And the biggest transfer budget of unbelievable 60 million to spend on signings has the most decorated English club, Manchester United. Can you take the fallen giant back on it's feet? Already you have the likes of Falcao, Di Maria, Roneey etc.. Maybe a signing or two in the back, and you should be on your way to bring the back old glory to the club.