The budgets for most of the leagues have now been leaked online.
With some of the usual football behemoths boasting the biggest budgets.
The Chinese Super League, new to FIFA this year, certainly impresses with their cash to splash.
The top teams can’t compete with the likes of Man City, Arsenal and other top-tier Premier Leauge squads, however, they are giving some teams, like Napoli a run for their money.
See the full list of budgets below.
Chinese Super League club budgets
Beijing Guoan – €62,099,032
Guangzhou Evergrande – €54,452,472
Jiangsu Suning – €30,758,832
Shanghai Shenhua – €26,980,380
Shanghai SIPG – €24,000,000
Tianjin Quanjian – €23,859,396
Dalian Yifang – €22,500,360
Hebei China Fortune – €22,500,360
Tianjin Teda – €16,800,320
Shandong Luneng – €14,490,210
Henan Jianye – €14,083,163
Guizhou Zhicheng – €11,333,440
Chongqing Lifan – €9,618,838
Changchun Yatai – €5,333,380
Beijing Renhe – €3,252,703
Earlier in the month, we revealed some of the other club budgets in FIFA 19.
Most of which pale in comparison to the top dogs in the Chinese Super Leauge.
Here you can see some of the top picks.
To see them all in more detail, visit Fifagamenews.com.
Not quite as much to play around with as Man United, but still huge with £176,002,000.
The London club has £79,681,000 to shop with this year.
Huge budget for Gooners fans – you’ll have £110,810,000 to splash on top players.
Has the smallest budget in the Prem, with just £28,667,000.
Manchester United has a huge £148,897,584 to spend in last year’s game.
However, this year, the budget has risen to £195,362,000 – the highest budget in the game.
Liverpool had £66,882,196 in last year’s game, but will have a huge £94, 010,000 to play around with this season.
The West London had £82,197,496 but now have a massive £112,435,000.
What about away from the Prem, I hear you ask? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the biggest clubs from other leagues.
Los Blancos fans will have £109,1116,00 to splash on players this year – some way off Man United’s budget, but not bad.
The Catalan club is in second place with marginally less than Real Madrid – £106,000,000.
In third with £60,344,000.
Unsurprisingly, these guys are top of the pile by some margin, with £167,978,000.
In second place is Monaco with a hefty £44,000,000 – although we did expect more.
And in third it’s Lyon, with £32,049,000.
Fresh off the back of Cristiano Ronaldo joining the club, Juve has £83,758,000 to splurge.
Coming in second with a decent £40,663,000.
Just behind Napoli with £39,559,444.
Top of the pile with £112,672,000.
Coming in second with £63,672,000.
Narrowly missing out on second place with surprisingly low £55,007,000.