Buying, Selling & Loaning a Player
Buying a player
Before you buy the right player you must first offer a buy-in price and if you come to an agreement with the club and the negotiations are successful, you will be able to start negotiating the contract. When proposing the player’s buy-in price, it is worth removing the clause, that obliges you’ to give away a part of your profit from the next sale of that player. This will enable you to save a certain amount of money in the future.
Selling a player
During the season there may be a situation in which you have some unnecessary players or you’ll want to make room in the club for other players. When you make a decision to sell team member, do your best to earn money on it. Put a player on the transfer list and wait for someone to make an offer. You can also choose an option in which the player will be offered to other clubs, so that information about their sale will be sent to potential buyers.
Loaning a player
Loaning players is a good option for less wealthy clubs. For a relatively small amount of money (or without any payment) you can significantly increase the level of your team. A borrowed player stays in the club for a certain period of time, and in case of certain clauses, he can be returned. If you have a large team and some promising talents, consider loaning them to another club to allow them to get some experience. Thanks to such option, you’ll save a bit of money on their salaries, only to get seasoned players later on.