Finding a Football Manager 2020 team to manage can be a tough task with so many to choose from, but FM20 will have plenty of fresh new challenges for you to get stuck into as another football season gets underway. With the Football Manager 2020 release date set for November, and the FM20 beta likely to feature 2 weeks prior, here are 5 Football Manager 2020 teams you should consider managing.
One of the most challenging saves in FM20 will no doubt be with the Blues. After suffering a transfer ban, they've been unable to bolster their side. To make matters worse, they've lost some key players even after regaining Champions League football for the season. Will you be able to bring through youngsters and turn them into world beaters? Or will you turn to the tried and tested veterans? It will no doubt be a tough task to replace Eden Hazard, but if you can stay in the job, going into the second season there will be plenty of cash to play with.
Villa have made their return to England's top flight and ultimately splashed the cash this summer. Over £100million has been spent on an entirely new squad, with little to spare for a new gaffa. With that in mind, the Villans have an exciting squad to work with and some assets that could be sold on. Can you do what Fulham couldn't and turn a new outfit into a steady Premier League club?
Atalanta's 3rd place finish last year shocked many and is now their highest placing in Serie A to date. Their successful campaign meant that they qualified to compete in the Champions League for the first time. A young and exciting squad awaits you, with money to spare, as you're tasked with proving that last year wasn't just a flash in the pan.
It's been a while since Inter have been a real threat to Juventus’ Serie A crown and this season they've gone BIG. Some fantastic signings have been brought in that could turn a great side into an incredible one. Alexis Sanchez, Diego Godin and Romelu Lukaku join an exciting, talented team meaning you'll never be short of options, especially with Serie A allowing up to 12 players on the bench.
It was an extremely frustrating campaign for Monaco last year, it wasn't long ago that they were the champions of France; only 2 points saved them from relegation. Monaco have a mixture of experience and young talent, as well as the recent arrival of Ben Yedder. This team is ready for an overhaul, making it perfect for someone looking to really tinker with a team.