David Pizarro - Club Career - Market Value

Market Value

Current: 24.06.12- £2.600.000– 32 years old- Man City(on loan from AS Roma) ENG

Lowest: 24.06.12- £2.600.000– 32 years old- Man City(on loan from AS Roma) ENG

Highest: 04.07.08- £13.000.000– 28 years old- AC Roma ITA

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