The 25 million Deutsche Mark deal that finally takes the Sparta 'Wunderkid' Tomas Rosicky to Borussia Dortmund has raised more than a few eyebrows in the football world. Rosicky put pen to paper on a five year contract with Dortmund, immediately becoming the most expensive import in Bundesliga history.
At a mind-boggling 450 million crowns, Rosicky also easily becomes the Czech Republic's most expensive footballing export. Crazy money, maybe, for a 20 year old with limited experience on the big stage? Not according to the Czech Radio Sports journalist, Petr Soucek.
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