Hey everyone! I've seen a lot of people complaining about how expensive players are getting. That's totally fair, and I was thinking to remedy this, maybe there should be an upper cap placed on a player's transfer value, just how there's a lower cap to prevent players from being sold for $1. I can currently place a player on the market for $900m dollars, and I don't think that's right.
Take a look at these players who are currently listed:
The fact that these players are listed for these prices is absurd, especially when the return on investment is quite low. I think the max price should be capped out at about the same difference as the min price.
Let me know what you think, cheers.
It won't make much of a difference, those teams who have listed those players will just decide not to place them on the transfer market. But now atleast you know a team wants to sell a player and you can try and negotiate.
Having said that, we are looking into adjusting the valuation of players, and that might be a change you can expect in future.
I totally agree with Tegimus, as I saw one of my players on the list. If someone is willing to pay the amount requested is great, if not they can send a message to negotiate. I saw players sold with 125-150 mil so why limit this amount to less than 100 mil ?
The first player is mine. I listed him indeed to let know he is for sale, but also he is one of the best in the game and have at last 2 seasons ahead. He can even be in the game for 6 seasons is less then 20 mil each...
Maximum won't help and then I wouldnt even sell him, but advertising.
I almost listed my recent youth prospect i got today for 199m, for the same reason above. Though his worth over 100m.