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THE CHINA FEVER...

It seems the Chinese League is indeed becoming a viable option for star players who now intend to retire but needs to make some quick money for quick fix. My first awareness came from Asamoah Gyan (the man who loves money). Below is a list of high profile players who have departed to the karate country. #smile
Ramires
Ramires

Ramires [Chelsea - Jiangsu Suning] £25m... the 28-year Old Chelsea star lived on the bridge for a period of 5+ years.

Gervinho





Gervinho [Roma - Hebei China Fortune] From been a Gunner to Roma, now to China...seems indeed he is a Chinese product...doesn't last for long in a spot.






Guarin

Guarin (Inter - Shanhgai Shenuha) I was wrong to think this great guy will depart Inter for a top Europe club or even the premier league "small" clubs...Burnley #wink





Well, wish you guys all the best in China, and if you don't score at least 20 goals a season, we are glad you left then.

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