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Top Five Worst Transfers Of All-Time: Ricardo Kaka (AC Milan To Real Madrid), Fernando Torres (Liverpool to Chelsea), Andrea Shevchenko (AC Milan to Chelsea).

There are many great players who were wasted just because of the over price fee or just because of their their form.


Below are the top five worst transfers of all time:  

Ricardo Kaka (AC Milan To Real Madrid)
Kaka completed his £60million move to Real Madrid from AC Milan in 2009. This move made him the 8th most expensive player in the history of football. The Brazilian attacker played 120 games in which he scored 29 goals and assisted 32 for Madrid.



Sebastian Veron (Lazio to United and United to Chelsea)
He made two flop moves, first one was from Lazio to Manchester United for a fee of £28.1million where he played only two seasons making 82 appearances in total. While next move was from United to Chelsea for £15million. The Argentinean played only 14 games during his one year of stay at Stamford Bridge.

Andrea Shevchenko (AC Milan to Chelsea)
Shevchenko move from Milan to Chelsea is one of the worst transfers of all time. Chelsea paid £30.8million to the Serie A side for the Ukrainian striker who only scored 22 goals in 76 games.

Andy Carroll (Newcastle United to Liverpool)
Liverpool over paid for Andy Carroll two years ago on the transfer deadline day. The Reds paid £35million for the Englishman who managed to score only 11 goals.

Fernando Torres (Liverpool to Chelsea)
Another player linked with Liverpool but this time its from Liverpool not to Liverpool. Chelsea paid £50million for the Spanish striker in January, 2011. The 30-year-old scored 45 goals in 172 games.

Other mentions: Alberto Aqualaini (Roma to Liverpool for £17million), Stuart Downing (Aston Villa to Liverpool for £20million), Robinho (Real Madrid to Manchester City for £28million), Robbie Keane (Tottenham Hotspurs to Liverpool for £17million)


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