Top Tranfers

The tranfer window just recently closed, and all football fans were amazed by the shocking Manchester City move. They got themselve Robinho, and at wat a price! pheewww.. we can say that the new owners of the club are really willing to make this team progress!

Moreover, Dimtar Berbatoz moved to Man U… lol.. gud. At last it was confirmed! United has the support of Tevez, Berbatov, Ronaldo, All internationals and top rated strikers… (rooney can now be considered as a midfielder i think)

The best move of the season! Christiano Ronaldo moved to Real Madrid. um jst kidding. lol..

Roby keane joined Liverpool, Deco joined Chealsea, Nasri joined arsenal, Ronaldinho joined Milan , Barry didnt move.

wel wel wel.. these were the main tranfers that occured. and note that two of them are amongst the Top 10 most expensive transfer in English football, and also entered the All- Time chart!

Top 10 Transfers This Season

Robinho Man City Real Madrid 32.5
Dimitar Berbatov Man Utd Spurs 30.7
Robbie Keane Liverpool Spurs 20.3
Jo Man City CSKA Moscow 18
Jose Bosingwa Chelsea Porto 16.2
Luka Modric Spurs Dinamo Zagreb 15.8
Marouane Fellaini Everton Standard Liège 15
David Bentley Spurs Blackburn 15
Roman Pavlyuchenko Spurs Spartak Moscow 14
James Milner Aston Villa Newcastle 12

Top 10 ALL TIME Premier League Transfers

1. Robinho: Real Madrid to Manchester City – £32.5m (2008)
2. Dimitar Berbatov: Tottenham to Manchester United – £30.75m (2008)

3. Andriy Shevchenko: AC Milan to Chelsea – £30m (2006)
4. Rio Ferdinand: Leeds to Manchester United – £29.1m (2002)
5. Juan Sebastian Veron: Lazio to Manchester United – £28.1m (2001)
6. Michael Essien: Lyon to Chelsea – £24.43m (2005)
7. Didier Drogba: Marseille to Chelsea – £24m (2004)
8. Wayne Rooney: Everton to Manchester United – £23m initially (2004)
9. Shaun Wright-Phillips: Manchester City to Chelsea – £21m (2005)
10. Fernando Torres: Atletico Madrid to Liverpool – £20m (2007)

Top five transfer flops

1. Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United to Real Madrid

With out a question of a doubt, the biggest and most talked about transfer saga of the season award, like so many others, goes to one Cristiano Ronaldo.

For months on end all we heard about was the will he, won’t he, transfer saga of Ron and his ‘dream move’ to Real Madrid.

Real wanted him, Ron wanted them, and Ferguson wanted to throw a footie boot at someone’s head, probably.

2. Gareth Barry: Aston Villa to Liverpool

Ah, Gareth Barry was yet another transfer headache that refused to go away.

After ten years of service to Aston Villa the 27-year-old skipper wanted to realise his very own dream of playing at Anfield.

Many supporters thought the partnership formed between Barry and Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard during recent England games was enough to warrant Barry’s move to Merseyside, and of all the flopped transfers, this one was the biggest heartbreaker.

3. David Villa: Valencia to anyone

After impressing so much at Euro 2008 it was only a matter of time before the Golden Boot winner became the No.1 target of Premier League clubs all over the land.

Liverpool thought they might have a go, Tottenham, and Arsenal too, but after such an impressive tournament with eventual winners Spain, it was only a matter of time before Valencia slapped a 20million and over price-tag on the 27-year-old.

Only Chelsea could afford him, they didn’t need him, so Villa signed a further contract that will see him finish his career with the La Liga club, shame.

4. Ronaldinho: Barcelona to Manchester City

After getting a belly to match his teeth, former Brazilian bucktooth hero Ronaldinho also became ‘surplus to requirements’ at Barcelona and so the chase began.

On hearing this news Manchester City boss Mark Hughes made the World Cup winner one of his No.1 targets of the transfer season, even flying to Spain in a last ditch attempt to bring him to Eastlands – but we all knew it was never going to happen.

5. Robinho: Real Madrid to Chelsea

Robinho’s move from Real Madrid to Chelsea was a transfer that EVEYONE thought was a done deal, so much so that Chelsea even started advertising the Brazilian’s name on the back of their new away shirts before anything had even been signed, but that was before a pesky group of cashed-up Arabs came and ruined the whole damn thing!


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