A safe pair of hands between the sticks is probably the most important thing when it comes to building a team on Football Manager 2024.
The best stoppers earn their teams countless points throughout the season and so it’s important to find somebody you can trust, and thankfully, there are plenty of great options on FM24 regardless of the budget you’re working with.
Here are 90min‘s recommendations for goalkeepers to sign on FM24.
£5.5m will get you 31-year-old Pacheco, who is one of the better stoppers you’ll find at this price point.
Ulreich is actually on the transfer list at Bayern, despite the fact all their goalkeepers are either injured or leaving. Regardless of the flaws in their logic, they’ll listen to bids of just £450,000.
Grohe joined Al Ittihad back in the 2018/19 season, well before it was cool. He’s 36 but still a great goalkeeper, and is available for £1.3m.
At £6.5m, Milinkovic-Savic (brother of Sergej) is one of the more expensive options in this bracket, but he’s 26 and is one of the few signings who will actually make you some money down the line.
FC RB Salzburg
Another younger goalkeeper at 27, Schlager looks like a smart buy at just £3m.
Michele Di Gregorio
If you want a no-frills, hands-only goalkeeper, Di Gregorio is your man. He looks like a great shot stopper and is available for £5.25m.
The towering Benitez is a monster in the box and one of the more reliable one-on-one stoppers around. For £11m, you really can’t go wrong.
David de Gea
You’ll need to be a sizeable club to tempt De Gea to join, but he’s one to aim for if you need some immediate cover. His shot-stopping is among the best in the game, but you’ll have to accept 8 composure and 7 passing if you sign him.
18 reflexes should tell you everything you need to know about Ledesma. He’s incredibly agile and available for a cool £15m.
£10m will land you Ortega, who is keen to play regular football again after spending a year as City’s backup. He’s a reliable option to consider for a mid-table team.
Atalanta are selling some top players for cheap prices and Musso is no exception. His £8m price tag feels well below market value.
Real Madrid were looking at Soria during the summer and he’ll be of interest to the big clubs on FM24 thanks to his £10m asking price.
16 kicking, 16 reflexes and 15 handling should help convince you to make a move for Provedal, who is yours for as little as £23.5m.
Signing an English player from a Premier League team is rarely cheap and Pickford’s £49.5m price tag is evidence of that. But with 17 one-on-ones and 16 reflexes, it’s hardly an outrageous price.
A long-time favourite of FM players, Meret remains an excellent signing at £32m. He’s on an expiring contract as well, so you could try your luck and hold on for a free transfer.
£65m makes Mamardashvili the most expensive goalkeeper on this list, but he’s only 22 and destined to become an absolute superstar in the position.
Real San Sebastian
Clubs are already sniffing around £34.5m-rated Remiro at the start of the game, and it’s not hard to see why. His 17 passing is unreal for a goalkeeper.
World Cup winner Martinez can be signed for £49m, but he is statistically the best goalkeeper on this list. If you’ve got the extra money to spend, he’s worth it.