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Americans command more than $19 million
by Paul Kennedy, September 3rd, 2012 11:30PM
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[MONEY MATTERS] Spending on U.S. internationals during the summer transfer window that is closing across Europe topped $19 million. A dozen players switched clubs, six for transfer fees, two on free transfers and four on loan.

CLINT DEMPSEY Fulham (England) to Tottenham (England) $9.6 million fee
MICHAEL BRADLEY Chievo Verona (Italy) to Roma (Italy) $4.7 million fee
GEOFF CAMERON Houston Dynamo to Stoke City (England) $2.7 million fee
MIKKEL DISKERUD Stabaek (Norway) to Rosenborg (Norway) $1 million
MAURICE EDU Rangers (Scotland) to Stoke City (England) $795,000 fee
TERRENCE BOYD Borussia Dortmund II (Germany) to Rapid Vienna (Austria) $444,000 fee
ALEJANDRO BEDOYA Rangers (Scotland) to Helsingborg (Sweden) free transfer
CHARLIE DAVIES Sochaux (France) to FC Randers (Denmark) free transfer
CHAD BARRETT Los Angeles Galaxy to Valerenga (Norway) on loan
CARLOS BOCANEGRA Rangers (Scotland) to Racing Santander (Spain) on loan
OGUCHI ONYEWU Sporting (Portugal) to Malaga (Spain) on loan
ROBBIE ROGERS Leeds United (England) to Stevenage (England) on loan
Note: transfer fees are estimates based on published reports.



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