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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013
After a summer of shooting blanks on the transfer market, Arsenal became English Premier League's biggest spender in on transfer deadline day, purchasing German international Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid for a club record $65 million. The 24-year-old signed a five-year deal worth close to $218,000 per week. Read the whole story
Gareth Bale was officially unveiled as a Real Madrid player on Tuesday following his world record $132 million transfer from Tottenham Hotspur. The Welshman, who will wear the No. 11, was presented in front of more than 20,000 Real Madrid fans. Read the whole story
English Premier League clubs spent a record $980 million during this summer's transfer window, according to figures published by Deloitte, smashing the previous record of $778 million spent during the summer of 2008. So what's the reason behind the massive increase? Deloitte Analyst Alex Thorpe claims it's all about the ... Read the whole story
It was not until 2 am on Tuesday morning UK time-three hours after the transfer window had closed-that Manchester United could confirm that it finally landed one of its primary transfer targets this summer: Marouane Fellaini, who joins the Old Trafford club for nearly $43 million from Everton. Read the whole story
Everton, which sold Maraoune Fellaini to Manchester United, managed to seal a transfer deadline day deal for former Wigan midfielder James McCarthy, in addition to signing Gareth Barry (Manchester City) and Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea) on a season-long loan. Read the whole story
Manchester United's prospective deal for Ander Herrera of Athletic Bilbao fell through on Monday after a group of imposters posing as Old Trafford representatives helped to kill the deal. According to the Daily Mail, three men posing as United officials visited the La Liga offices claiming they were there to ... Read the whole story
Kaka's move from Real Madrid to AC Milan was the highlight of transfer deadline day in Italy. The 31-year-old moved on a free transfer, joining his former club on a two-year deal worth $5.3 million per season, plus bonuses, which is less than half the $13.2 million per season the ... Read the whole story
Transfer deadline day has passed, and Luis Suarez is still a Liverpool player. The Uruguayan claims he made up his mind to stay at Anfield "some weeks ago" and gave no thought to a late summer switch, despite announcing that he wanted to leave the club at the beginning of ... Read the whole story

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