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MUST READ: Top 10 most expensive transfers in football history (Photos)

As the world awaits Paul Pogba’s £100 million world record transfer move to Manchester United from Juventus, We take a look at the top 10 most expensive football transfers of all time.
Apart from the relatively known transfer deals of Real Madrid stars, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, there were some other mind blowing transfer which we thought you might want to know before the new football season kicks off in Europe.
Here are the top 10 most expensive transfers of all time: 

10. Kevin de Bruyne: Manchester City are known to be one of the biggest money bags in recent years and the Citizens could not look away from the high-flying Belgian who cost them £55 million from Wolfsburg.
Kevin De BruyneKevin De Bruyne has become one of key players at Manchester City with his mind blowing performances
9. Kaka: The 2007 World Player of the Year had been an admirer of the Los Blancos before his move to the club in 2009 for a purported fee of £56 million from AC Milan. He was with the Italian giants for six trophy-laden years.
KakaThe 2007 Ballon d’Or winner was a jewel at the San Siro winning league titles and also the Champions League.
8. Zlatan Ibrahimovich: A whopping 80,000 jerseys were sold on the day the Swede was unveiled at the Nou Camp for a £56 million club record fee.
His move from Internazionale in 2009, was a swap deal that saw Samuel Eto’o Fils move in the opposite direction.
IbrahimovicIbrahimovic spent two seasons with Barcelona scoring 16 goals in 29 appearances for the Catalan club

7. Angel Di Maria: The Argentine midfielder holds the British record for a player’s summer transfer when he cost Manchester United £59.7 million from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in 2014.
di mariaDi Maria’s man-of-the-match performances and assists became an asset to Manchester United
6. James Rodriguez: Colombia’s sterling performance at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil was a catalyst for the £63 million switch for the ex-Monaco midfielder to Real Madrid that summer.
Colombia's soccer player James Rodriguez controls the ball during his presentation at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, July 22, 2014. Real Madrid have signed Rodriguez from Monaco on a six-year contract, the La Liga club said on Tuesday. The World Cup's Golden Boot winner with six goals is Real's second major signing of the transfer window The golden boy of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil was snapped by Real Madrid and he has been scoring world-class goals for he club
5. Neymar: One of the most anticipated transfers in world football took effect when the most decorated player in Brazilian football decided to move to the Catalan club for £71.5 million from the 2013 Copa Libertadores Champions, Santos.
NeymarNeymar is known for show-boating with the ball and he has helped Barcelona win two La Liga titles and a Champions League trophy
4. Luis Suarez: The biting incident involving the Uruguayan striker and Italian defender Gorgio Chiellini triggered the sale of Luis Suarez from Liverpool to Barcelona for £75 million pounds in 2014.
And he has since justified his switch to the Blaugrana side as he has kept churning out impressive performances week-in, week-out.
Luiz SuarezSuarez continued his prolific goal scoring form since joining form Liverpool.
3.Gonzalo Higuain: Speculations about the departure of the Argentine from Napoli to Juventus was finally put to rest as the biggest summer transfer in the 2016 was completed when Higuain completed a £75.3 million switch to Turin.
Gonzalo Higuain holds up the number 9 jersey at JuventusGonzalo Higuain broke the 66-year Serie A record last season as he scored 35 goals in the league for Napoli.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo: After much pressure on the then coach of Manchester United  , Sir Alex Ferguson, the Scottish manager bowed to pressures from the Los Blancos and Ronaldo was bought for a £83.7 million world record in 2009.
RonaldoCR7 has won two Champions League with Real Madrid and he is the club’s all time top scorer
1. Gareth Bale: The Welshman’s £93.1 million move from Tottenham to Real Madrid in 2013 was the highest ever big money transfer in the history of football. Bale’s magnificent form for Spurs could not be overlooked by the world’s richest club as they did all they could to land the left-footed superstar.
Gareth BaleTwo Champions League triumphs in three seasons is money well-spent for Real Madrid and Bale wants more.

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