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Russian Premier League Footballers Cost 1bln EUR
23.07.2012 16:53
Russian Premier League Footballers Cost 1bln EUR

The total cost of footballers, playing in the Russian Premier League clubs, has made up 1bln EUR by the start of 2012-2013 Championship, reports transfermarkt.de.

      
By the start of the previous championship the sportsmen cost 250 million less, notes Sports.ru.

      
Judging by the footballers cost, the most ‘expensive’ Russian FC is CSKA Moscow. Its football players are estimated at 153 million EUR. The second place is held by Zenit St.Petersbourg (149 million EUR). The players of Anzhi Makhachkala are valued at 114 million EUR.   

      
The most expensive footballer of the Russian Premier League has become the Cameroonian Samuel Eto’O, estimated at 28 million EUR by transfermarkt.de. The second most expensive player is Alan Dzagoev (25 million EUR). 

      

 




Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian football     

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