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Football transfer World records

Name every World record transfer player in history of Football (soccer).
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Year
Nationality
Fee
Club before
Club after
Name
2013
Wales
91 000 000
Tottenham
Real Madrid
Gareth Bale
2009
Portugal
80 000 000
Manchester Untied
Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo
2009
Brazil
56 000 000
AC Milan
Real Madrid
Kaka
2001
France
46 600 000
Juventus
Real Madrid
Zinedine Zidane
2000
Portugal
37 000 000
Barcelona
Real Madrid
Luis Figo
2000
Argentina
35 500 000
Parma
Lazio
Hernan Crespo
1999
Italy
32 000 000
Lazio
Internazionale
Christian Vieri
1998
Brazil
21 500 000
Sao Paulo
Real Betis
Denilson
1997
Brazil
19 500 000
Barcelona
Internazionale
Ronaldo
1996
England
15 000 000
Blackburn
Newcastle
Alan Shearer
1992
Italy
13 000 000
Torino
AC Milan
Gianluigi Lentini
1992
Italy
12 000 000
Sampdoria
Juventus
Gianluca Vialli
1992
France
10 000 000
Marseille
AC Milan
Jean-Pierre Papin
1990
Italy
8 000 000
Fiorentina
Juventus
Roberto Baggio
1987
Holland
6 000 000
PSV Eindhoven
AC Milan
Ruud Gullit
1984
Argentina
5 000 000
Barcelona
Napoli
Diego Maradona
1982
Argentina
3 000 000
Boca Juniors
Barcelona
Diego Maradona
1976
Italy
1 750 000
Vicenza
Juventus
Paolo Rossi
1975
Italy
1 200 000
Bologna
Napoli
Giuseppe Savoldi
1973
Holland
922 000
Ajax
Barcelona
Johan Cruyff
1968
Italy
500 000
Varese
Juventus
Pietro Anastasi
1967
Denmark
300 000
Bologna
Internazionale
Harald Nielsen
1963
Italy
250 000
Mantova
AS Roma
Angelo Sormani
1961
Spain
152 000
Barcelona
Internazionale
Luis Suarez
1957
Argentina
93 000
River Plate
Juventus
Omar Sivori
1954
Uruguay
72 000
Penarol
AC Milan
Juan Schiaffino
1952
Sweden
52 000
Atalanta
Napoli
Hans Jeppson
1951
England
34 500
Notts County
Sheffield Wednesday
Jackie Sewell
1950
Wales
30 000
Aston Villa
Sunderland
Trevor Ford
1949
England
26 500
Sheffield Wednesday
Preston North End
Eddie Quigley
1932
Argentina
23 000
Tigre
River Plate
Bernabe Ferreyra
1928
England
10 890
Bolton Wanderers
Arsenal
David Jack
1925
England
6 500
Burnley
Sunderland
Bob Kelly
1922
England
5 500
South Shields
Sunderland
Warney Cresswell
1922
England
5 000
West Ham United
Falkirk
Syd Puddefoot
1914
England
2 500
Heart of Midlothian
Blackburn
Percy Dawson
1913
England
2 000
Barnsley
Sheffield United
George Utley
1913
England
1 300
Barnsley
Bolton Wanderers
George Lillycrop
1905
England
1 000
Sunderland
Middlesbrough
Alf Common
1904
Scotland
700
Sunderland
Newcastle
Andy McCombie
1893
Scotland
100
West Bromwich Albion
Aston Villa
Willie Groves
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