What's the logic behind players on the Transfer List?

  • English Users

    Couldn't come up with a better title, but the Transfer List prices and players don't seem to make much sense.
    Here's an example:
    One team (A) in a Winner's League listed for transfer player X for 52M. He was sold to a team (B) not from the same league, I assume computer generated team. The very same day, that player comes up on the Transfer List from the same team (B) that has bought him and team A, that originally sold him for 52M, buys him back for 33M.
    The next day, same thing all over again. He lists the player for 52M, the same team (B) that bought him before, buys the player again for 52M. A few hours later, team B puts that player on the Transfer List for 40M, and team A buys him again.

    I mean this is an easy way to make great profit, but I'd say it doesn't make much sense, especially considering how repetitive this is and considering the same parts are involved, same player, same 2 teams.
    Once a player is sold to a team from another league, he shouldn't come up in the same league again, or if it does, at least have some logic behind the prices.

  • English Users

    I've noticed this more and more recently - pretty sure it never used to happen? Actually I don't mind it so much as it helps with squad building massively but I agree it's a little silly.

  • English Users

    Yeah its pretty annoying tbh


  • The fact that a player shows up in the transferlist if managers keep selling him isn't new.

    The price is quite high but there was an event last weekend that allowed you to have on the market 6 players instead of 4 and maybe there was a higher chance of selling too, I'm not sure.

    I would expect the player to grow a little bit (or quite a lot) in value after he has been sold to the AI the first time. That happens quite often.

    One thing that I noticed is that if a manager sells a player, the player is back on the market and a second manager buys him, this second manager can't sell the player until a match day has passed. If you try to do so you get the message that tells you that you can't sell a player that you bought from a team in your league (for that match day).
    I'm not sure if this is deliberate.

  • English Users

    Well, it could be becoz of the event as i sold modric for a high price purposely to make money and a guy in my league bought him frm his scout (i know this becoz modric never came back on the transfer list). Also in tournaments the players u sell come back frm the same computer generated team which is not there in ur league with bigger stats or same stats. This I've seen only happening in tournaments. So mate if u see the same player which u or a league mate sold then it could be tht ur playing a tournament and if ur not playing a tournament then a player must have scouted him back. Also keep in mind only those players can be scouted back into the same league if tht player has played atleast one match. If a player is sold off in pre season u can't scout him back.

  • English Users

    Yeah it happened more common right now. I've sold some player, and then they put it back in the transfer list with lower prices. I hope they will reduce this and put someone else instead.