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Each year we are seeing more than thousands of transfer in the football world. Sometimes players joining big clubs to up their careers, sometimes players from big club joining the clubs from lower ranks at the end of their careers.
We have seen transfers with record-breaking fees, for example, Neymar’s move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.
However, in football history, there are transfers, that no one understands. Transfers when you are wondering why.
The Independent have provided the 30 of the weirdest transfers in the history of football.
In recent years, it could be Andy Carroll’s move to Liverpool or Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United.
However, here are the top 10 of the strangest transfers in football history.
Ricardo Villa and Ossie Ardiles to Tottenham
Following the victory in the 1978 World Cup, Argentina duo Villa and Ardiles decided to sign for a newly-promoted First Division club. While Vila scored arguably the greatest goal in Spurs’ history, Ardiles has joined the Falklands War on loan.