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Birmingham manager Harry Redknapp was keen on a move for Robbie Keane but the forward officially completed his move to two-time Indian Super League champions Atletico de Kolkata.
The year is 1997. Brazilian superstar Ronaldo has just become the subject of the highest ever transfer fee when he moved from Barcelona to Inter Milan for £19.5 million and Manchester United have signed Teddy Sheringham for £3.5 million to replace the retiring Eric Cantona. A decade later, a baby-faced Gareth Bale joined Tottenham for £5 million and Arsenal’s Thierry Henry left the Premier League to join Barcelona for £16 million. Jump forward to today and the title of being the first £100 million player looks set to be awarded to a teenager with one full year of first team experience, Manchester City have spent £45 million on a defender that many are questioning and Manchester United have spent £75 million on a striker that has struggled against the big teams. With more money being spent than ever before at one end of the English football ladder, clubs struggling to stay in business and pay the wages of their staff is becoming a common occurrence at the other.
With so many goals being scored on the last day of the Premier League season and Champions League places to play for, the clash between Southampton and Stoke City went relatively unnoticed. However, striker Peter Crouch scored to become the first player to reach an impressive milestone.
Ryan Giggs is unsure if he will even have a role to play in the Champions League final against Chelsea in Moscow on the 21st of May. The Welsh wizard needs to play one more game to break Bobby Charlton's record.
Teddy Sheringham's son Charlie has been given a chance to save his career in Denmark after his career in England looked seemingly over.
Robbie Keane has revealed his genuine delight at bagging his 100th goal for Tottenham as Spurs defeated Sunderland 2-0 at White Hart Lane. The Irish international has become only the 3rd player at Tottenham to have achieved the milestone.