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  • Several loan issues (players loaned FROM my club)

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    About a month ago i uninstalled FM 22 from my PC and moved saves to external harddisk. Approximately 1-2 weeks ago i installed it back. I do not remember if i firstly started the game and then moved saves back to "Documents" folder or i started the game, realised saves are not there, so i moved them there after that (I do not know if it is important but i rather mentioned it).

    First problem occured when i unticked "on long term deals" in filters. Nothing happend and i do not see players who i loaned to other clubs no matter if this option is ticked or unticked.

    I noticed second problem when transfer window opened. When i receive loan offers for my players, every offer is with 0 wage (around 10-15 offers). Transfer offers are without any issue i think.loans.thumb.png.d739614377723216724ffa86249017b1.png

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    • SI Staff

    Shasino, we've tried to reproduce this on our end but haven't had any luck. And I'm afraid we can't locate your save file either. 

    If you get a chance could you upload it again for us, please? We'll look at it as quick as we can. :)



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    • SI Staff

    We've investigated, but don't currently believe this to be an issue. The players are listed with a playing/unused wage % of 0. Was that intentional? As that will be the likely trigger of the offers.

    If you're offering them without the wage/fee set, and still only getting offers of 0, do let us know and we'll investigate further. 

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