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Real Madrid: Hazard the next January signing?

Marcelo

Signed in 2006 from Fluminense for six million euros, Marcelo barely featured under Fabio Capello but gained his place under Bernd Schuster and is now the club's vice-captain.

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Emmanuel Adebayor

The Togo striker was brought in under José Mourinho on loan from Manchester City as a back-up striker and scored eight goals in 22 appearances before returning to the Premier League when Madrid declined to make his move permanent.

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Antonio Cassano

Also signed in 2006 along with Marcelo, Cassano arrived at the Bernabéu injured and carrying a little extra weight, for 5.5 million euros. He remained for a season and a half, scoring four times in 29 appearances and was then moved on to Sampdoria on a free transfer.

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Cicinho

The Brazilian was snapped up from São Paulo in December 2005 for eight million euro and played 24 games in the second half of the season, scoring three times. In 2006-07 he suffered an injury and fell out of favour with Fabio Capello, playing just seven times. The following summer he was sold to Roma for nine million euros.

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Diego López

The keeper joined Madrid in 2013 for 3.5 million euros from Sevilla after Iker Casillas suffered a fractured hand and the following season dislodged the then-Spain captain as Carlo Ancelotti's number one i the league, with Casillas playing the cup competitions. In 2014, he moved to AC Milan after the arrival of Keylor Navas.

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Julién Faubert

January 2009 saw one of Real's most bizarre January deals when Faubert arrived on loan from West Ham for a fee of 1.5 million euros. He went on to play 127 minutes over the course of two games.

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Fernando Gago

Another winter 2006 arrival, Madrid paid Boca Juniors 18 million euros for the midfielder. The following season he was an undisputed starter, playing 40 games but the arrival of Xabi Alonso put an end to his Bernabéu career. He is now back at Boca.

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Thomas Gravesen

Florentino Pérez's first ever winter signing, Madrid paid Everton 3.5 million euros for the midfielder in 2004. Gravesen chalked up 49 games for the club before leaving for Celtic but will probably be best remembered for an infamous training ground punch-up with Robinho.

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Gonzalo Higuaín

A 12-million-euro arrival from River Plate, Higuaín was another winter 2006 arrival and one of Real's best January purchases, scoring 121 goals in 264 games and picking up three Liga titles and a Copa del Rey.

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Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

Signed from Ajax to cover for the injured Ruud van Nistelrooy for 20 million euros in January 2009, The Dutchman lasted just six months at Madrid, scoring eight times in 20 games before moving to Milan in the summer for 18 million euros.

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Lassana Diarra

Signed in January 2008 to cover for his injured namesake Mahamadou Diarra, Madrid paid Portsmouth 20 million euros and he went on to make 117 appearances over four and a half seasons before joining Anzhi Makhachkala.

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Javier Portillo

Loaned to Fiorentina in the summer of 2005, Portillo was recalled in January but made just four appearances before being loaned out again six months later to Club Brugge.

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Dani Parejo

The current Valencia captain came through the ranks but was loaned to Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 2008 before being recalled six months later. After just 84 minutes of action he was sold the following summer to Getafe.

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Lucas Silva

Signed from Cruzeiro in January 2015 after being named the best defensive midfielder of the Brazilian top-flight as his side lifted the title, things did not work out for Silva and he was later diagnosed with a heart condition that threatened to end his career. He returned to Cruzeiro in 2017 after a season on loan at Marseille.

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Christian Panucci

Signed on the instructions of Fabio Capello, the Italy right back spent three and a half seasons at Madrid, winning a Champions League and a Liga title.

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Zé Roberto

Signed in the winter of 1996 from Portuguesa, the Brazilian made just 12 appearances for Madrid over the following 18 months and was loaned to Flamengo before joining Bayer Leverkusen on a permanent deal.

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Christian Karembeu

Signed in January 1997 from Sampdoria, the France midfielder made 78 appearances for Madrid and won two Champions League titles.

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Sávio

Signed from Flamengo in the winter of 1998, the mercurial left winger made over 100 appearances for Madrid and was part of the sides that lifted the Champions League trophy in 1997–98, 1999–2000 and 2001–02 and a Liga title in 2000-01.

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