This year, FIFA 22 has introduced some excellent career mode features, making creating better teams more engaging. The following guide looks at five ways to build your team if you are on a budget or simply want to build the next AJAX.
Sign Free Agents
It may seem simple, but signing free agents can be highly beneficial in FIFA 22. Unfortunately, EA is notorious for making absurd decisions. For example, players affiliated with only international clubs automatically become free agents. This bug-like feature means you can sign quality players for free in the game.
Additionally, teams tend to release outstanding players throughout the game, which is evident when you look at the free-agent list of positions-many of whom have high overall ratings.
Train Your Youth Talent
Growing your team through youth talent is one of the more fun things you can do. The training field is a place where you can develop young talent to a ridiculous level. When managing a team with a low rating, like a League 2 team, signing young talent may mean that they will be good enough to start, resulting in quicker growth.
Keep it Trim
It is always a good idea to trim your squad size and to sell off any players who will not be joining you any time soon. Sell your players ahead of their contracts ending, or extend their contracts and sell them next season. If you fail to do this, you will lose out, and they will be free to leave for nothing.
Play Pre-Season Tournaments
It seems simple but can get boring quickly, and this is why many people skip it or simulate it. However, pre-season tournaments are an excellent earner that could let you sign one extra player that season, making a big difference in your league and cup positions.
Loan Players In
Loaning players with a small and growing club is a great way to ensure the team reaches the next stage. If you’re pushing for a promotion to League 1, for example, signing two solid players can be expensive; thus, having them on loan can make it possible and give you a better chance of promotion.