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Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are big spenders
by Paul Kennedy, August 26th, 2010 11:02PM

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[TRANSFER WATCH] Spain's La Liga and Italy's Serie A are the last two major European leagues to kick off their 2010-11 seasons this weekend. With only a few days to go before the close of the summer transfer window, most clubs have used caution. There have been only 10 eight-figure transfer deals in Spain and seven in Italy. The big spenders have been Real Madrid and Barcelona in Spain and Juventus in Italy. For the top transfers ...

Top Spain Transfers

PLAYER
NEW TEAM
OLD TEAM
FEE
David Villa
Barcelona
Valencia
$51 million
Angel Di Maria
Real Madrid
Benfica
$32 million
Mesut Ozil
Real Madrid
Werder Bremen
$19 million
Adriano
Barcelona
Sevilla
$17 million
Sami Khedira Real Madrid
VfB Stuttgart
$15 million
Filipe
Atl. Madrid
Dep. Coruna
$15 million
Pedro Leon
Real Madrid
Getafe
$13 million
Roberto Soldado Valencia
Getafe
$13 million
Diego Godin
Atl. Madrid
Villarreal
$13 million
Ricardo Carvalho Real Madrid
Chelsea
$10 million


Top Italy Transfers

PLAYER
NEW TEAM
OLD TEAM
FEE
Edinson Cavani Napoli
Palermo
$20 million
Leonardo Bonucci Juventus
Bari
$20 million
Milos Krasic
Juventus
CSKA Moscow
$19 million
Hernanes Lazio
Sao Paulo
$17 million
Jorge Martinez
Juventus
Catania
$15 million
Rafinha Genoa
Schalke 04
$11 million
Miguel Veloso Genoa
Sporting Lisbon
$11 million


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