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Real Madrid

Florentino Pérez's most disappointing signings at Real Madrid - in pictures

Kaká

Real Madrid spent 67 million euros bring Ricardo Kaká to the Bernabéu from AC Milan in 2009.

Photo: SERGIO PEREZ REUTERS

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Kaká

Real Madrid spent 67 million euros bring Ricardo Kaká to the Bernabéu from AC Milan in 2009.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Asier Illarramendi

The Basque midfielder, who cost 38.9 million euros in 2013, failed to settle and returned to Real Sociedad after two seasons.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Asier Illarramendi

The Basque midfielder, who cost 38.9 million euros in 2013, failed to settle and returned to Real Sociedad after two seasons.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Lucas Silva

He joined from Cruzeiro for14 million euros in the 2015 winter transfer window and made just eight appearances for the team before being loaned out to Olympique de Marseille then back to Cruzeiro.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Lucas Silva

He joined from Cruzeiro for14 million euros in the 2015 winter transfer window but made just eight appearances for the team before being loaned out to Olympique de Marseille then back to Cruzeiro.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Danilo

The full-back cost 31.5 million euros on a six-year deal in July 2015. He featured sporadically and decided to accept an offer from Manchester City in 2017.

Photo: CARLOS MARTINEZ DIARIO AS

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Danilo

The full-back cost 31.5 million euros on a six-year deal in July 2015. He featured sporadically and decided to accept an offer from Manchester City in 2017.

Photo: CARLOS MARTINEZ DIARIO AS

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Walter Samuel

The Argentine centre-back was brought in on a 25 million euros deal to bolster the defence in 2004 but never won over the Bernabéu and moved on after just one season.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Walter Samuel

The Argentine centre-back was brought in on a 25 million euros deal to bolster the defence in 2004 but never won over the Bernabéu and moved on after just one season.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Jonathan Woodgate

Woodgate gained a certain cult status for his hapless transfer to Real Madrid for 22 million euros in 2004 despite being injured. He had to wait over a year to make his first appearance which could have turned out much worse - he scored an own goal and got sent off in less than 45 minutes of his debut against Athletic Club in September 2005. Despite all of that, the fans warmed to him but constant injury problems kept him from winning a regular place in the team.

Photo: JESUS AGUILERA DIARIO AS

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Jonathan Woodgate

Woodgate gained a certain cult status for his hapless transfer to Real Madrid for 22 million euros in 2004 despite being injured. He had to wait over a year to make his first appearance which could have turned out much worse - he scored an own goal and got sent off in less than 45 minutes of his debut against Athletic Club in September 2005. Despite all of that, the fans warmed to him but constant injury problems kept him from winning a regular place in the team.

Photo: JESUS AGUILERA DIARIO AS

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Fábio Coentrão

Left-back Coentrão was signed for 30 million euros in 2011 as back-up for Marcelo. He started off well but gradually fell out of favour with injuries not helping. He made just 17 appearances in his final season with Madrid in 2017 before returning to Portugal to join Sporting Clube on loan.

Photo: REALMADRID.COM DIARIO AS

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Fábio Coentrao

Left-back Coentrão was signed for 30 million euros in 2011 as back-up for Marcelo. He started off well but gradually fell out of favour with injuries not helping. He made just 17 appearances in his final season with Madrid in 2017 before returning to Portugal to join Sporting Clube on loan.

Photo: REALMADRID.COM DIARIO AS

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Pablo García and Carlos Diogo

The midfielder and right-back cost 5 million euros each.

Photo: CHEMA DIAZ DIARIO AS

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Pablo García and Carlos Diogo

The midfielder and right-back cost 5 million euros each.

Photo: CHEMA DIAZ DIARIO AS

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Gravesen

Tommy Gravesen cost 3.5 million euros from Everton.

Photo: CARLOS MARTINEZ DIARIO AS

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Gravesen

Tommy Gravesen cost 3.5 million euros from Everton.

Photo: ANGEL MARTINEZ DIARIO AS

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James Rodríguez

James cost 75 million euros.

Photo: RAFA APARICIO DIARIO AS

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James Rodríguez

James cost 75 million euros but ended up going out on loan to Bayern Munich.

Photo: CARLOS MARTINEZ DIARIO AS

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Pedro León

Madrid paid 10 million euros for the midfielder who had impressed at Getafe but never managed to repeat that form at the Bernabéu.

Photo: HELIOS DE LA RUBIA DIARIO AS

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Pedro León

Madrid paid 10 million euros for the midfielder who had impressed at Getafe but never managed to repeat that form at the Bernabéu.

Photo: HELIOS DE LA RUBIA DIARIO AS

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Nuri Sahin

Cost 10 million euros but ended up making just four appearances for Madrid before being loaned to Liverpool where he was just as unhappy. He returned to Borussia Dortmund and is now with Werder Bremen.

Photo: REALMADRID.COM

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Nuri Sahin

Cost 10 million euros but ended up making just four appearances for Madrid before being loaned to Liverpool where he was just as unhappy. He returned to Borussia Dortmund and is now with Werder Bremen.

Photo: PEDRO ARMESTRE AFP

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Robinho

Arrived from Santos for 24 million euros in 2005 and showed promise on his debut but left unceremoniously and somewhat under a cloud four years later.

Photo: HELIOS DE LA RUBIA DIARIO AS

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Robinho

Arrived from Santos for 24 million euros in 2005 and showed promise on his debut but left unceremoniously and somewhat under a cloud four years later.

Photo: ANGEL MARTINEZ/REALMADRID.COM

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Cicinho

Cost 4 million euros in 2005 but his progress was hampered by a ligament injury. Recently hung up his boots for good.

Photo: SUSANA VERA REUTERS

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Cicinho

Cost 4 million euros in 2005 but his progress was hampered by a ligament injury. Recently hung up his boots for good.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Martin Ødegaard

Madrid saw off competition from Europe's elite clubs to sign teenage prodigy Martin Ødegaard for 2,8 million euros in January 2015. After a low-key stint with the reserves, he was loaned out to gain experience in Holland with Heerenveen and now Vitesse.

Photo: RAFA APARICIO DIARIO AS

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Martin Ødegaard

Madrid saw off competition from Europe's elite clubs to sign teenage prodigy Martin Ødegaard for 2,8 million euros in January 2015. After a low-key stint with the reserves, he was loaned out to gain experience in Holland with Heerenveen and now Vitesse.

Photo: RAFA APARICIO DIARIO AS

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Ezequiel Garay

Madrid paid Racing Club de Santander 10 million euros for Ezequiel Garay who had shone in Cantabria. But he was seldom used by Mourinho and return to Racing on loan before being sold to Benfica in 2011.

Photo: JESUS AGUILERA DIARIO AS

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