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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Is China money becoming a problem?


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Who wants money and who wants to play football? You can understand anyone going to China with the money being offered, it's crazy and clubs can make a fortune now selling their players. With the money being offered now, Paulinho was a bargain buy.

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, who is a target for Manchester City and has been linked with a move to Real Madrid is reportedly the subject of a £127.70 million (€150m - AUS$215.87m - US$156.98m) bid from Shanghai SIPG. The reports suggest the 27-year-old (28 in June) striker has been offered an annual wage of £34.90 million (€41m - AUS$59m - US$42.91m).

You sell one player for that sort of fee and you can rebuild a squad, clubs might be tempted, given the fee is way over what the player is actually worth in Europe.

Beijing Guoan and another Chinese club have reportedly made a lucrative offer for 32-year-old (33 in June) Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder. He is his countries most capped player and has won league titles in Holland, Italy, Spain and Turkey, where he plays now with Galatasaray. No potential fee or wages have been revealed.
Which Tottenham players will have vast sums of money dangled in front of them? Perhaps we should promote Tom Carroll around China!









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