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  1. Kristoffer Ajer is like £900k or something, I always pick him (if only as a sub, his versatility is a great bonus). Rafinha is a option as well (depending on your budget), he's around £14m so not quite as cheap, but he always performs and is natural D/WB RL. Boly for 4,5m. Ruslan Malinkovskyi is around £7m and is decent, great set-piece taker.
  2. Svetozar Markovic is usually around available for about in £2.5m in january, shouldn't be that much more after a season. Has lots of room to grow. Maybe not quite first XI ready, but he'll quickly become a key player with some development. You might not get a work permit for him though, so you'll might have to loan him out a couple of seasons. Nikola Milenkovic is worth scouting, probably a bit more expensive (around £15m first transfer window), but also more developed and can probably slot straight into your first XI. Lots of potential here as well. Wesley Hoedt is worth checking out for someone who'll be a first team regular. What you see is pretty much what you get. Won't develop much, but is a great player and has a great personality to boot. Left footed which I think is a big bonus as I like having a left footed CB at LCB and right footed at RCB. Not sure how much you've used him, but I'd keep Dael Fry in your starting XI as well. Great player at this level, and with the right development he'll do a job for you even as you become a challenger for european spots. Others you might want to check the availability of (but who might be too expensive for you): Nico Elvedi, Nathan Ake, Jamaal Lascelles, Rob Holding, Fabian Balbuena (sometimes transfer listed, wouldn't bother with him if not), Steve Cook, Kristoffer Ajer and Yeray.
  3. Are you sure about the cm-am partnership? Don't think I've ever seen that..
  4. Strictly based on the ones I've managed: Alisson Trent Alexander - Van Dijk - Dier (for his diversity if nothing else) - Tierney Paqueta Almiron Savic (Tonali is in with a shout here as well) Mbappe Kane Guedes
  5. Tbf, we're in the middle of november now in real life as well and he's 'only' scored 6...
  6. Yeah, felt like I lacked top-quality depth up top and wanted someone who could rotate between any one of Firmino, Salah and Mane. Paid £110m up front and £60m over three years. Got a combined fee of about £180m for Grujic, Lovren, Gini, Shaq and Origi so figured I could splash the cash on a couple of truly world class players (Mbappe and Milinkovic-Savic).
  7. In september of my second season, won the league, CL, carabao cup and FA cup in my first season and now I won community shield and super cup. Not sure if I'll bother playing much more, but I always have to start of with a Liverpool save in beta. My current team: GKs: Alisson, Mignolet and Ivan Martinez Full-backs: Trent, Clyne, Robertson, Moreno and Vagnoman CBs: Van Dijk, Manolas, Gomez, Matip DMs & CMs: Sergej M-Savic, Lucas Paqueta, Keita, Hendo, Milner, Lallana, Chirivella and Fabinho Wingers and strikers: Mbappe, Salah, Mane, Moise Kean, Ox, Harry Wilson, Woodburn, Brewster and Firmino Bought Mbappe, Savic and Vagnoman this summer, the rest was with me last season as well. Sold Lovren, Gini, Origi, Shaq and loaned out Solanke after my first season and sold Markovic and Sturridge immediately. First year I feel our squad is pretty much complete at the start of the game. Nice feeling, but not really much to work on for a FM save for me.
  8. Beat Real Madrid 3-1 in the champions league final in my first season. Feelsgoodman
  9. Yeah, I pretty much agree with bangkonggedek. Alisson is way better at distribution/passing/technical stuff, while De Gea is by far the superior shot-stopper (look at agility, handling, reflexes) as well as having better control in the air. Both are top keepers (in real life as well as in-game), they are just completely different types of goalkeepers.
  10. CM/RM - you might be able to get Bentancur on loan. ST - Danny Ings usually performs really well, injury prone though. If Dolberg is still at Ajax he's worth every penny. Florinel Coman is great as well.
  11. You can't just look at the month-to-month finances during the season and add it up like this. Most of your big pay-outs comes at the end of every season. Even if you don't win anything, things like TV revenue, season tickets and sponsorship money are mostly paid out at the end of the season so you just have to make sure that your monthly losses doesn't add up to more than your profit from your end of the year payouts.
  12. Percy Tau - signed for £230k at the start of my second season.
  13. To me, Alli is by far the better player, but looking at your squad it looks like you need a striker more. I would probably still buy Alli though, have him as a starting AMC and maybe train him to become a backup striker as well in case of an injury crisis up top (putting back in Barkley/Amico/Sigurdsson at AMC).
  14. This is correct. Several countries has rules in place that players can't leave until they're at a certain age. Also, you can't cancel your transfers because you've already agreed to them.
  15. Of the three, I'd go for Martins. I'd also take a look at Felipe Anderson, I got him for £27m + £10m at the start of my save. Two-footed, pacy, great flair and dribbling, natural at both wings (as well as AM) and he's an excellent tutor to boot.
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