So i want to build my very own transceiver, not looking for anything worldwide, just local but i do have a background in arduino and some electrical engineering, what tutorials would you recommend?
You might want to first assemble a kit, perhaps an inexpensive one for QRP (many mail-order QRP transceiver kits seem to exist for under $100 USD). This will allow you to experience component recognition, assembly tools and practices, bring-up, instrumentation, calibration, test procedures, and repairs, etc. before doing this on a design of your own that hasn't been "pre-flighted" with known results (as least according to kit reviews).
You can find many designs for homebrew amateur radios on the internet. A couple I am somewhat familiar with include the BITX radios made famous by HfSignals with their BITX40 and uBITX radio kits and Bob Heil's Pine Board Transmitter that used vacuum tubes.
I do suggest starting small with just a section like a local oscillator, mixer, or amplifier.
As mentioned by others buying and assembling a kit is a good way to get started. If you buy two kits you can build the first one following the instructions and then use the second kit to experiment by trying different components or designs.
If time and expertise is limited, get a commercial or kit radio but make your own antennas. Antennas are much easier to make and experiment with than radios them selves.