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Chelsea manager "Antonio Conte" says Chinese football is a 'danger for all teams'

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes the massive cash being spent on players by Chinese clubs could be a "danger for all groups within the world".

Blues midfielder Oscar, 25, is near a £60m move to Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG in Gregorian calendar month ANd is predicted to receive an calculable £400,000 a week.

Conte aforesaid it might be "difficult" to manage a player on such a high remuneration.

Chinese clubs spent £200m before the beginning of the 2016 season.

The Chinese transfer record was broken 3 times in ten days, as Chelsea's Brazil midfielder Ramires was signed by Jiangsu Suning for £25m, followed by city Evergrande Taobao shopping for Colombia striker Jackson Martinez for £31m from Atletico Spanish capital.

Jiangsu then paid Shakhtar Stalino £38.4m for Brazilian midfielder Alex Teixeira.

However, the fee for Teixeira was eclipsed by the £46.1m paid by Shanghai SIPG for Zenit St Petersburg's Brazil forward Hulk throughout the mid-season summer window.


The next Chinese transfer window opens on one Gregorian calendar month and closes on twenty eight February.

Arsenal midfielder Alexis Hector Hevodidbon has been coupled with a reported £500,000-a-week contract at province China Fortune, managed by former Manchester town boss Manuel Pellegrini.

"The Chinese market could be a danger for all groups within the world, not just for Chelsea," aforesaid Conte.

But speaking concerning the Premier League, he added: "This league is astounding, a good chance [for players], a good honour we have a tendency to|and that we} ought to be terribly proud we play during this league."

Conte refused to substantiate Oscar's move, saying: "I do not know precisely the quantity, or true. currently we've got to attend - once it's the instant you'll understand."

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Chelsea manager "Antonio Conte" says Chinese football is a 'danger for all teams'
 

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