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Biggest Spain La Liga deals
August 28th, 2009 11AM

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Indicative of their dominance in Spain, Real Madrid or Barcelona has been involved in each of the 10 biggest La Liga transfers of the summer. The impending $35 million deals sending Dutch winger Arjen Robben from Real Madrid to Bayern Munich and Ukrainian defender Dmytro Chyhrynskiy from Shakhtar Donetsk to Barcelona put the value of the 10 biggest deals at a staggering $515 million.

TRANSFER FEE PLAYER (OLD TEAM/NEW TEAM)
$132.0 million Cristiano Ronaldo (Man. United to Real Madrid)
$96.0 million Kaka (AC Milan to Real Madrid)
$63.0 million Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Inter Milan to Barcelona)
$49.0 million Karim Benzema (Lyon to Real Madrid)
$42.0 million Xabi Alonso (Liverpool to Real Madrid)
$35.0 million Arjen Robben (Real Madrid to Bayern Munich)
$35.0 million Dmytro Chyhrynskiy (Shakhtar Donetsk to Barcelona)
$21.0 million Raul Albiol (Valencia to Real Madrid)
$21.0 million Wesley Sneijder (Real Madrid to Inter Milan)
$21.0 million Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Real Madrid to AC Milan)



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