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August 10th, 2007 6:45AM
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IMPORTS
Franck Ribery
(Marseille/FRA to Bayern Munich) $30 million
Luca Toni (Fiorentina/ITA to Bayern Munich) $13.2 million
Jose Ernesto Sosa (Estudiantes/ARG to Bayern Munich)    $10.8 million
Carlos Alberto (Corinthians/BRA to Werder Bremen) $9.4 million
Ciprian Marica (Shakhtar Donetsk/UKR to Stuttgart) $8.4 million
Juan (Roma/ITA to Bayer Leverkusen) $7.6 million
Arturo Vidal(Colo Colo/CHL to Bayer Leverkusen) $6.2 million

INTERLEAGUE
Miroslav Klose
(Werder Bremen to Bayern Munich) $14.4 million
Marcell Jansen (Borussia M'Gladbach to Bayern Munich) $14.4 million
Mohamed Zidan (Mainz to Hamburg) $6.9 million
Mike Hanke (Wolfsburg to Hannover 96) $6 million
Theofanis Gekas (Bochum to Bayer Leverkusen) $5.4 million
Boubacar Sanogo (Hamburg to Werder Bremen) $5.4 million

EXPORTS
Owen Hargreaves
(Bayern Munich to Man. United/ENG) $30 million
Kevin-Prince Boateng(Hertha Berlin to Tottenham/ENG) $8.9 million
Roy Makaay (Bayern Munich to Feyenoord/NED) $6 million
Roque Santa Cruz(Blackburn Rovers/ENG) $6 million
Lincoln (Schalke 04 to Galatasaray/TUR) $6 million



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