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FIFA 18 Transfer Guide
New year, new FIFA. One of the biggest changes to Career Mode in FIFA 18 is the overhaul of the transfer system. This is a very positive change in my opinion but it will take time for players to adapt. For example, I’ve heard of lots of people that missed out on transfers because they didn’t realise a confirmation was required.
Signing or selling players, loaning them out or in – this is one of the best aspects of Career Mode. I’ve pulled together my notes from playing previous versions of the game and updated them for FIFA 18. It’s a real labour of love but I hope it’s useful for you.
Most notably, the time needed to complete a transfer has changed. In previous games you had to wait a few days (or hours on deadline day) to process fees and contracts. In FIFA 18 you can do most of this instantly. This makes things a lot smoother and stops you missing out on those 11th hour deals on deadline day!
The steps involved are also much changed, with the introduction of the Transfer Negotiation System. This provides a fully animated dialogue where you can negotiate transfer fees and player contracts. Within this system you also have the option to insert sell on clauses into transfers, or agree performance bonuses with players.
This makes career mode much more realistic and a more rewarding experience for the player.
What This Guide Covers
I”m aiming to cover everything transfer related in this guide. The full end-to-end experience. From finding transfer targets, using the new Transfer Hub system, negotiating and release clauses.
Here’s a full breakdown of this guide, or click the link in the bottom right to continue reading.
- Global Transfer Network
- Transfer Hub
- Release Clauses
- Transfer Negotiations
- Contract Negotiations
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