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2010/11 Summer Transfers in Spain

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David Villa moved from Valencia to Barcelona in one of the high profile deals

David Villa moved from Valencia to Barcelona in one of the high profile deals

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A rundown of which players Spanish clubs signed in the 2010 summer transfer window.

The clubs had until August 31, when the window closed, to do business.

Almeria: Michael Jakobsen (Aalborg), Leonardo Ulloa (Castellon), Marcelo Silva (Danubio), Diego Valeri (Porto, loan), Miguel Angel Luque (Barcelona)

Athletic Bilbao: Aitor (Baskonia), Ibai Gomez (Sestao River), Igor Martinez (Alves)

Atletico Madrid: Diego Godin (Villarreal), Mario Suarez (Mallorca), Fran Merida (Arsenal), Filipe Luis Kasmirski (Deportivo La Coruna), Tiago (Juventus, loan)

Barcelona: Javier Mascherano (Liverpool), David Villa (Valencia), Adriano (Sevilla)

Deportivo La Coruna: Claudio Morel (Boca Juniors), Knut Olav Rindaroy (Moldes), Stopira (Santa Clara), Jonathan Urretavizcaya (Benfica, loan), Yves Desmarets (Guimaraes), Saul Fernandez (Elche), Michel (Valencia, loan), Michel Herrero (Valencia, loan), Ruben Perez (Atletico Madrid B, loan)

Espanyol: Sergio Garcia (Betis), Jesus Datolo (Napoli, loan), Felipe Mattioni (Mallorca), Rui Fonte (Sporting Lisbon, loan)

Getafe: Pablo Pintos (Lazio, loan), Victor Sanchez (Barcelona, loan), Adrian Colunga (Recreativo Huelva), Ibai Gomez Pedro Mosquera (Real Madrid Castilla), Angel Javier Arizmendi (Zaragoza), Ivan Marcano (Villarreal, loan), Borja Fernandez (Valladolid), David Gamiz (Alicante)

Gijon: Sebastian Eguren (Villarreal), Alberto Botia (Barcelona, loan), Ayoze Garcia (Tenerife), Nacho Novo (Rangers), Gaston Sangoy (Apollon Limassol)

Hercules: Royston Drenthe (Real Madrid, loan), David Trezeguet (Juventus, free), Piet Velthuizen (Vitesse Arnhem), Mohammed Sarr (Standard Liege), Nelson Valdez (Borussia Dortmund)

Levante: Asier Del Horno (Valencia, loan), Nacho Gonzalez (Valencia, loan), Javi Venta (Villarreal), Nano (Betis), Valdo (Esoanyol), Gustavo Munua (Malaga), Cristian Stuani (Reggina, loan), Juanfran (AEK Athens, free transfer), Sergio Soriano (Deportivo La Coruna), Xavi Torres (Malaga, loan)

Malaga: Quincy Owusu-Abeyie (Al Sadd, loan), Sebastian Fernandez (Banfield), Eliseu Pereira (Lazio), Salomon Rondon (Las Palmas), Sandro Silva (Palmeiras), Hernan Malagueno (Indios)

Mallorca: Edson Ramos (Bunyodkor), Fernando Cavenaghi (Bordeaux, loan), Joao Victor (Bunyodkor, loan), Jonathan de Guzman (Feyenoord)

Osasuna: Lolo (Sevilla), Dejan Lekic (Red Star Belgrade), Riesgo (Real Sociedad), Fernando Soriano (Almeria), Damia Abella (Betis)

Racing Santander: Markus Rosenberg (Werder Bremen, loan), Adrian Gonzalez (Getafe), Alexandros Tziolis (Siena, loan), Ariel Nahuelpan (Coritiba), Kennedy Bakircioglu (Ajax), Domingo Cisma (Almeria), Francis (Xerez)

Real Madrid: Mesut Ozil (Werder Bremen), Ricardo Carvalho (Chelsea), Sami Khedira (Stuttgart), Angel di Maria (Benfica), Sergio Canales (Racing Santander), Pedro Leon (Getafe)

Real Sociedad: Jeffrey Sarpong (Ajax), Raul Tamudo (Espanyol, free), Joseba Llorente (Villarreal), Paco Sutil (Eibar)

Sevilla: Martin Caceres (Barcelona, loan), Alexis Ruano (Valencia), Luca Cigarini (Napoli, loan), Tiberio Guarente (Atalanta), Mouhamadou Dabo (Saint-Etienne)

Valencia: Marius Stankevicius (Sampdoria, loan), Alberto Costa (Montpellier), Roberto Soldado (Getafe), Sofiane Feghouli (Grenoble), Ricardo Costa (Lille), Mehmet Topal (Galatasaray), Aritz Aduriz (Mallorca)

Villarreal: Carlos Marchena (Valencia), Borja Valero (West Brom, loan)

Zaragoza: Florent Sinama-Pongolle (Sporting Lisbon, loan), Adam Pinter (MTK Budapest), Nicolas Bertolo (Palermo, loan), Marco Perez (Boyaca Chico), Leo Franco (Galatasaray), Toni Doblas (Huesca)

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