The Argentinean Minister of Sports Carlos Mac Allister announced on Wednesday in Beijing that his country and China had agreed to work on “the development of football” in the Asian giant.
With last minute deals flying everywhere, here are Foottheball’s top 25 January transfers from around the world.
Carlos Tevez received a grand welcome as he landed in China to begin a new journey with Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua.
The Chinese Super League are preparing a staggering £800,000 a week wage package to lure top English footballers from the Premier league.
Former Manchester United midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron will come out of retirement to play for Estudiantes next season
Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez marries his childhood sweetheart Vanesa Mansilla. The Argentine met her when he was 13 years old.
Carlos Tevez is now set to become the highest paid footballer after he completes a mega-money move to the Chinese Super League.
Former Manchester United star Carlos Tevez has revealed that he is contemplating between playing in China and retirement.
Argentine forward Carlos Tevez has been offered 40 million euros a year to join a Chinese Super League club
Argetina’s Under-23 international Jonathan Calleri has confirmed that he has signed for West Ham United.
Former Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has rejected the offer to join Chelsea after a phone call from Conte.
The transfer was announced by Victor Blanco, the president of the Buenos Aires club, on Wednesday. Colombian forward Roger Martinez was transferred from Racing Club in Argentina to China’s Jiangsu Suning