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In addition to the massive fee Real will pay Milan, the La Liga giants will pick up his tax bill, taking advantage of Spanish laws on foreign nationals
Kaka added: 'I wanted to stay on at Milan, but the world (financial) crisis affected a lot of clubs, especially those like Milan which are businesses
Originally posted by liketoknow
I'm sorry, but this argument has no merit. As the above poster just mentioned it is a market driven price. A footballer is in a sense a traded commodity and the value is market determined.
However, Red Football - the umbrella for United and its various offshoots - confirmed a loss of £44.8million, taking their overall debt to an eye-watering £649.4million