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Fernando Redondo

Fernando Carlos Redondo Neri is a former Argentine professional football player. He played as a defensive midfielder, and was also a member of the Argentina national football team.

Redondo made his debut for Argentinos Juniors in 1985 in the Argentine championship, and played for five years for the team before transferring to Spain in 1990.

Redondo made his debut in Spanish football playing for CD Tenerife under the management of Jorge Solari. Twice during this period Real Madrid lost the league title to arch-rivals FC Barcelona on the final day of the season, in matches against Tenerife. When Valdano was subsequently appointed manager of Madrid, Redondo made the move along with him for a fee of US$5 million dollars in 1994.

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