Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjin have now turned their attention to sign Leicester City’s Islam Slimani.
As we say adios and good-bye to 2016, the year has been nothing short of an exhilarating ride in the world of football. From Pogba’s world-record signing only to be beaten most recently by Tevez’s signing for a China club, […]
The spending power and growing popularity of the cashed-up Chinese Super League (CSL) has become a focus of the world’s attention.
Guangzhou Evergrande completed a domestic league and Cup title double after pipping Jiangsu Suning in the two-legged final.
The Chinese Super League is the most skewed sports league in the world when it comes to wage distribution.
Imported stars signed for large transfer fees and paid hugely inflated wages; high hopes of success for domestic clubs competing in international competitions; stories about massive television contracts being signed that will revolutionise the game; and concerns about the perpetually under-performing national team and where it goes next.
The latest Chinese effort to upset the apple cart does show progress. Historic attempts to uproot foreign stars and plant a competitive footballing environment in China have largely failed because of a barren grassroots environment.
Two-time Asian champions Guangzhou Evergrande recorded a deficit of 953 million yuan (147 million dollars).
Spanish club Atletico Madrid has confirmed the signing of Colombian international striker Jackson Martinez from Portuguese club FC Porto.
Atletico Madrid have announced that they have sealed the signing of striker Luciano Vietto from Villarreal.
Spanish football club Atletico Madrid have injected some life into the transfer market with a series of signings and departures.
Colombia got off to a disappointing start in Copa America, losing 1-0 to Venezuela in the first game for each team in the South American championship.