Football Manager 2022: Barcelona, Real Madrid, and every La Liga transfer budget

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Football Manager 2022 beta has been released, which means that players can start engaging with the game on both PC and Mac.

The game will officially release on November 9, and will also be available on Xbox Game Pass, where players will once again have the opportunity to experience what it’s like to take charge of a La Liga club and face the best players in Spain.

It is normal that Barcelona and Real Madrid are big clubs, but Barcelona is suffering from a financial crisis and Real Madrid has witnessed huge losses recently.

Those who pre-order Football Manager have the ability to play the game now, before the full release, and anyone can pre-order until the ninth day and get access.

Of course, those planning to play on Game Pass will have to wait for the game to finish completely, but we’ve been digging through the database to see the budgets of the top clubs across Europe.

We’ve already written about Premier League and Championship budgets, so this time we’re going further, with La Liga.

Take a look below at budgets in Spain.

Read more: Every Premier League transfer budget in Football Manager 2022

Every transfer budget in the Spanish league

In Spain, of course, they have the likes of Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, but there are a lot of interesting challenges in the league. For example, can you return Valencia to its former glories?

Take a look below at budgets from across Spanish First Class!

Alaves – £6.1 million
Athletic Bilbao – 21.3 million pounds
Atletico Madrid – £1.8 million
Barcelona – £0
Real Betis – 2.5 million pounds
Cadiz – £7.4 million
Celta Vigo – 4 million pounds
Elche – £3.1 million
Spanish – £4.2 million
Getafe – £1.1 million
Granada – £ 850 thousand
Raise – 2.5 million pounds
Mallorca – £850,000
Osasuna – 0 GBP
Rayo Vallecano – £0
Real Madrid – £51.3m
Real Sociedad – £8.3m
Sevilla – £4.2m
Valencia – £1.7 million
Villarreal – 12.8 million pounds

There is a real mix of budgets here, especially when you consider that Barcelona have a lot to spend in the first transfer window unless they can move players.

Not surprisingly, Real Madrid has the largest budget in the country.

But it’s worth noting that Athletic Bilbao has a budget of more than £20m – although they can only spend it on players from Spain’s Basque region – and Villarreal has more than £10m.

Besides Barcelona, ​​Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano also have nothing to spend, although they may in fact be in a much pricier financial position than the Catalan giants.

There are so many challenges to face here!

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