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Como comprar jogadores no modo carreira

Once you’ve gotten settled into your new role as Manager for your chosen team, you’ll want to start making some changes. You can do this by buying new players on the transfer market, though you’ll need to go through contract negotiations first. Transfer Negotiations can be tricky to navigate if you don’t know what you’re doing, so we’ve pulled together some useful tips in the list below. Here are our essential FIFA 19 Career Mode Transfer Negotiation Tips: 

  • If you’re looking to sign a player that you know you probably won’t end up selling, then add on sell-on fees. This will make the deal more attractive to the seller, though really it doesn’t make a difference if you don’t plan on selling. 
  • Transfer Negotiations can breakdown mid-meeting if you’re not careful. Listen out for the seller saying things like “we won’t accept any more than..”, if you undercut them at this point, they might just walk away. 
  • You can always make a follow-up offer, so don’t scare sellers off straight away with low offers. 
  • Scout as much as you can, this will give you an accurate estimation of what the seller is willing to accept as an offer. 
  • Pay the release clause to bypass stubborn sellers. It will often be a little higher than what you might pay, but it can be worth it to negotiate with the player directly 
  • Consider swapping a player that you’re not using to lessen the cost of signing a new one
  • Be careful when offering squad roles. If you promise a vital role to a young player that you intend to bench, they’ll quickly become annoyed and call you up on it. 
  • Go high on player salary to avoid signing fees.