The best left wingers to sign on Football Manager 2022

Some of the best players in history have been left wingers. For whatever reason, the position just oozes quality.

There are some insane left wingers in Football Manager 2022 after the Winter Update and finding the right man to take your team to the next level isn’t always easy – but that’s where we come in.


Regardless of what budget you’re working with, here are the best left winger deals around on FM22.

Mislav Orsic

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Mislav Orsic

Croatia international Orsic has been making waves in his homeland and was close to a move to the Premier League earlier this season. He can be yours for £6.5m.

Roland Sallai
SC Freiburg

The best player you’re going to find without breaking the bank, £5m-rated Sallai is still just 24 years old and has room to grow into a real star. A top-tier talent, for sure.

Roger Guedes

With 15 pace and 14 dribbling to go along with his 14 finishing, you’re getting a real old-school winger in Guedes, who is available for £6m.

Derlis Gonzalez

If your budget really can’t stretch too far, have a look at Gonzalez. He’ll only cost you £700,000 and he’d be ideal for a second-tier side.

Free agent

In a world in which bargain left wingers are particularly tricky to come across, why not have a look at the free agent pool? Your best option is Fernandinho, who can do a job for you on the right as well.

Jonathan Javier Rodriguez

Rodriguez recently left Cruz Azul / Jam Media/GettyImages

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Jonathan Rodriguez

If you’re shopping for a winger in this price range, you’ll struggle to find too much quality, but Rodriguez is one of the few players who stands out. Good enough for the top flight, the 28-year-old can be picked up for just £4.5m.

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
FC Bayern

You won’t find much better value for money than Choupo-Moting. The goalscorer is available for just £2.5m, which makes him a no-brainer.


Nolito brings the kind of physical stats you’d expect for a player soon to turn 35, but for £1.5m, you can’t really complain.

Yeferson Soteldo

Soteldo’s 16 dribbling and 14 pace should earn him a spot in your team. He’ll cost you a cool £5.5m.

Bruno Henrique

Henrique often pops up in the Premier League on FM22 in a £7.5m deal. He might be 30, but he still has 18 pace, 16 dribbling and 16 flair.

Ivan Perisic

Perisic is a really smart buy / Alessandro Sabattini/GettyImages

Ivan Perisic

For £14.5m, you’ll find no player better than Perisic. The 32-year-old is one of the game’s premier wingers and available for cheap because of his expiring contract.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan

Another player in the Italian league on expiring terms, Mkhitaryan will set you back a cool £18m, which is a bargain for a player of his quality.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Now freed from his huge Arsenal contract, Aubameyang is an affordable option for any team. His price tag sits at £14m which is definitely worth paying once you can convince him to talk to new clubs.


Dudu is absolutely good enough to make the move to a top league. If you want him, you’ll have to pay £9.5m.

Stephan El Shaarawy

Back in Rome and on some high wages, El Shaarawy is still good value for his £15m price tag.

Alejandro Papu Gomez

Gomez’s release clause is unreal / Fran Santiago/GettyImages

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Alejandro Gomez

The definition of a bargain, Gomez comes with a relegation clause that sits at just £17m. His current ability is higher than all but three of the options in the expensive category, so you absolutely need to snap him up.

Julian Draxler
Paris SG

£9.5m is a steal for someone of Draxler’s quality, and you don’t even need too big of a wage budget to bring him in.


A nice option on both sides of the attack, Wanderson has excellent speed and technical stats. A smart buy at £9.75m.

Moi Gomez

At 26, Gomez doesn’t have too much time to live up his high potential, but he’s worth the try. You’ll have to pay £15m but it could be worth it down the line.

Gonzalo Martinez
Al-Nassr (KSA)

17 flair and 17 dribbling, what more could you want for £14.25m?

Marco Asensio

Asensio is available for cheap / Eurasia Sport Images/GettyImages

Marco Asensio
R. Madrid

Down in the pecking order behind Vinicius Junior (who, for the record, is available for £105m), Asensio can be picked up for a very decent £23m. For players of his quality, you won’t find much better value.

Kingsley Coman
FC Bayern

Another huge bargain here. Bayern will sell you Coman, one of the best wingers in the game, for just £36m. Get on it.

Serge Gnabry
FC Bayern

Is Gnabry at £65m a better deal than Coman at £36m? Probably not, but if you’re looking for one of FM22’s undisputed top talents, Gnabry’s deal is the smartest one.


Count yourself lucky that Rafa plays outside a major league. He’s available for £28m and will immediately double in value if you bring him to a top side.

Diogo Jota

Jota is an elite forward and can play in any position in the attacking third. You don’t often find players of his quality available for £50m.

Timo Werner

Werner is an unorthodox option / Sebastian Frej/MB Media/GettyImages

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Timo Werner

Werner bags a lot of goals on FM and his physical stats make him a huge problem. You’ll need some huge wages to sign him, but you should have the room for that in the budget because Werner will only cost you £41m to sign.

Thomas Lemar
A. Madrid

At £27m, Lemar is another smart bargain. He’s in the final two years of his contract and his value will fly if he signs an extension, so you might want to move quick.

Ante Rebic

More of a goalscorer than an out-and-out winger, Rebic can be a dangerous option and is valued at £21m.

Felipe Anderson

He’s only just joined Lazio for a bonkers price of £2.6m, but Anderson is now worth closer to £25m. Fortunately, that’s still a good deal.

Thorgan Hazard
Borussia Dortmund

Older brother Eden is a decent deal at £58m, but the smarter money is in Thorgan, whose currently ability is only marginally lower. He can be yours for £27m and will be the better of the brothers in a year or two.

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