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I’ve just got a player on loan for a season with the option to buy for £12 million. However, he’s not convinced to join the club on a permanent basis. Can he change his mind to join the club permanently once the loan ends/or in the winter transfer window? Is there any way he can be convinced to join? Thank you!
I was scrolling through my Twitter feed today and I came across a post from a media outlet that stated that a club was willing to sell a player but for a certain price. now the story claimed that sources to the club has told them it will cost £20million to purchase this player. it got me thinking, what if we were able to "leak" to the press the value of certain players. the leak may be some psychological game to a rival that wants to buy our player. now, I know we can offer players for values and so forth but from the perspective of getting the media to play a bigger part in the game (as in real life) we can create relationships with certain media outlets that will tell the world what you want them to hear and potentially ban certain companies from attending conferences etc... on the flip side we can have some outlets that perhaps twist the words that we say to worsen things for us. just a thought
The Transfer System in place needs updating as it has been very similar for several years now. The buying and selling is bias towards the computer. For Example: Im juventus and i see that bayern munich are after aguero for a fee around £30 million (Extremely Cheap for Him). so i go purchase him and i offer £30 million plus add ons. Man city turn around and say they will not accept anything less that £80 million (Im not paying that) next thing you see is that aguero has been sold to Bayern for £24 MILLION PLUS 8 MILLION IN ADDONS - makes you mad Every player you go for who that is half decent or has potential - you must pay stupid money for. I got quoted £97 million for some 17 year old who had 4 star potential which is ridiculous. as you know if the computer went for him they could get him under £20 million it is same as selling a player. Computer team want silly money for their player but do not pay realistic fees for your players. it is normally either below their market value or only slightly above it and guarantee the majority of the fee will be in add ons or over a period of time It has been like this for years now and i know plenty of people who have said that it is stupid you have to manage a budget which is great but unless you spend way over the odds for nearly every player unless he is on the transfer list or out of contract it is pointless- you cant buy anyone great without blowing your full budget on one player.
Quick question. Fm16 first season, pre-seson. Aiming to buy Hojbjerg whos on loan at Schalke from Bayern to my Liverpool. Question. When do i get him to my squad? Strait away or after his loan spell is finnished? Can I perhaps recall him strait away when bought. Or should i go for Nueves from Porto?