Football Manager 2020 Team Guide: Newcastle United

In this Football Manager 2020 Newcastle United team guide, we will explore the club in close detail to provide you with information to help you at the start your FM20 Newcastle United save.

Newcastle United have frequently been called one of the sleeping giants of football, with a large stadium, excellent fan base and continuous premier league football, Newcastle fans can’t be blamed to think they should be a team fighting at the top end of the table.

The Board Expectations

The Newcastle Utd board expecting the club to finish mid-table in the first season, with the owner looking to sell the club in the long-term.

Transfer & Wage Budget

Transfer budget: £20M
Wage Budget: £1.25M p/w (£36,000 p/w remaining)

Click here to see the transfer & wage budgets of the clubs in the top 5 leagues.

Key Players

Miguel Almirón – (CA 145 – PA 158)

Best Attributes – Acceleration (18), Pace (17), Dribbling (15), First Touch (15), Technique (15).

Allan Saint-Maximin – (CA 139 – PA 149)

Best Attributes – Dribbling (17), Acceleration (17), Flair (17), Pace (16), Agility (16).

Fabian Schär – (CA 136 – PA 143)

Best Attributes – Aggression (17), Teamwork (16), Heading (15), Passing (15), Tackling (15).

Young Players

Sean Longstaff – (CA 132 – PA 157)

Best Attributes – Passing (15), Teamwork (15), Work Rate (15), Stamina (15), Tackling (14).

Matty Longstaff – (CA 118 – PA 120/150)

Best Attributes – Work Rate (18), Stamina (15), First Touch (14), Long Shots (14), Teamwork (14).

Yannick Touré – (CA 92 – PA 120/150)

Best Attributes – Dribbling (13), Finishing (13), First Touch (13), Heading (13), Acceleration (15).

Players to consider selling

Florian Lejeune – (CA 136 – PA 141)

Value: £19M | Wage: £38K p/w

Federico Fernández – (CA 130 – PA 137)

Value: £10M | Wage: £43K p/w

Ki Sung-Yeung – (CA 129 – PA 141)

Value: £10M | Wage: £40K p/w

Comments 2

  1. These are pretty cool, but I would like some recommended tactics and more in depth look at these Teams. At the moment these are pretty much just Team Introductions. Nothing wrong with that, but more in depth look would be cool.

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      Thanks for your comment! we appreciate your suggestion and will definitely take this on board to create more in-depth content.

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