Bristol City’s HIGHEST and LOWEST paid players - according to Football Manager 2023: photo gallery
Bristol City had a surprisingly busy January with Antoine Semenyo a high-profile departure and a few in-comings in the form of Cornick and Mehmeti.
Football Manager 2023 is mainly used for its purpose of being a football simulation game that allows fans to live the dream, by placing themselves in the dugout and offering their opinion on things. Supporters when the teams are named or a player is transferred will have an opinion, and they also draw up their own transfer shortlists.
Sports Interactive gives fans the chance to do that, but it's also a valuable tool that clubs use in real-life to scout out players, with the likes of David Moyes and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, admitting they have used the game in the past. It's a game that has thousands of people helping contribute to its database, and it tries to get things accurate as they possibly can be, through their own knowledge and insiders.
Last week, the management simulation game revealed some potential interesting clauses for several current and former Bristol City players, such as add-ons, which if true in real life could help understand things better. We must stress that this is only based from the information provided in the game, and may not be a true and real reflection of how things are in real life.
In January, City sold Antoine Semenyo, Dan Bentley and Ryley Towler and brought in Nikita Haikin, Anis Mehmeti and Harry Cornick, so it's interesting to see the dynamic of the squad now. It's important to take things with a pinch of salt, and the update does not include Max O'Leary's new three-and-a-half-year contract. The 26-year-old signed new terms at the end of February before the Man City game, and that will have to be added in when the next update comes out.
Here, though, we take a look at Football Manager 2023’s estimated weekly wage for EVERY first-team Bristol City player. (please note that per-week wages provided by the game may not be true to life).