11 Dec 2018 Football Manager 2019 Tottenham: Team guide, building blocks, best young players & who to sell
Football Manager 2019 Tottenham – Close, but no cigar. That’s been the mantra for Spurs fans in recent years. Are you the manager to finally bring some silverware to White Hart Lane (Wembley)?
With one of the game’s best strikers and a solid squad behind him, Tottenham present an interesting conundrum in 2019, a team eager to take the next step, but also a squad limited by modest finances. Rising to the top of the pile won’t prove easy, as league favourites Man City, Chelsea and Liverpool are also well-equipped.
PlugsvilleSport has put together this ultimate FM19 guide for you. We have listed Tottenham’s starting finances, two key players to build around, two of the best young players and the players you should consider selling if you need to raise funds.
Starting Finances – Football Manager 2019 Tottenham
Transfer Budget = £27.7m
Wage Budget = £150k/week
Building Blocks – Football Manager 2019 Tottenham
Harry Kane (ST)
England’s #9 is still just 24 and already one of the very best strikers in the whole of FM19. With a contract that ties him down until 2024, you don’t have to worry about much, apart from matching his talent with trophies.
Harry Kane carries a irreplaceable aura for Spurs fans, in that it will extremely hard to replace his level of production if you do end up selling him, all of which points towards building around the loan-tested forward for years to come.
Best Attributes – Finishing (18), Determination (18), Stamina (18), Long Shots (17), Penalty Taking (17)
Dele Alli (AMC/MC)
Dele Alli gets the nod ahead of Eriksen here because of his age and four-and-a-half-star potential. Whilst Eriksen is still an elite playmaker, Alli offers more of a goal threat, which is crucial, considering the team’s reliance on Kane.
The MK Dons youth product in an adept finisher and quality #10 with a lot of room for improvement, making him a key component of any success you might have at White Hart Lane.
Best Attributes – Stamina (19), Natural Fitness (18) Flair (17), Off The Ball (17), Work Rate (17)
Best Young Players – Football Manager 2019 Spurs
Davinson Sanchez (DC)
Sanchez is a quality ball-playing defender who can be the first line attack as well as last line of defence, with the potential to grow into one of the game’s best centre backs if nurtured correctly.
Best Attributes – Natural Fitness (19), Work Rate (18), Teamwork (18), Technique (17), Passing (17)
Players To Consider Selling – FM19 Tottenham
Jan Vertonghen (DC)
Transfer Value – £47.5m
Wage – £90k/week
Contract Expiry Date – 2019
Age – 31
Serge Aurier (DR/WBR)
Transfer Value – £22.5m
Wage – £70k/week
Contract Expiry Date – 2022
Age – 25