Chinese Super League: News

26 May 2020


Odion Ighalo's loan spell at Manchester United set to end

Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo is likely to leave Manchester United on Sunday and return to parent club Shanghai Shenhua, who have offered him a new contract worth more than £75m over four years.

26 Mar 2020


Shanghai Shenhua offer £400k-a-week deal to Man United loanee Ighalo

Odion Ighalo joined Manchester United on loan for the rest of the 2019-20 season during the January transfer window deadline day.

27 Jul 2019

Real Madrid

Star footballer Gareth Bale set to join a Chinese club

In an interesting development, star footballer Gareth Bale's representatives are working on the Welshman's departure from Real Madrid.

05 Aug 2018


Ex-Chelsea forward Demba alleges racial discrimination in Chinese Super League

Former Newcastle United and Chelsea forward Demba Ba has alleged that he faced racial discrimination while playing in the Chinese Super League.

27 Mar 2018


China bans footballers from displaying tattoos

In order to promote 'socialist values', China has reportedly come down strongly on its country's footballers.

27 Feb 2018

Yannick Carrasco

Yannick Carrasco and Nicolas Gaitan join Chinese club Dalian Yifang

La Liga giants Atletico Madrid confirmed both Nicolas Gaitan and Yannick Ferreira Carrasco have parted ways the club to pursue their careers with Dalian Yifang in the Chinese Super League.

25 Jan 2018


5 football players who jumped the ship to China

Barcelona have confirmed that Javier Mascherano will be parting ways with the club and has signed a deal with Hebei China Fortune.

01 Feb 2017

Aston Villa

Premier League transfers: Manolo Gabbiadini goes to the Saints

On the deadline day of the January transfer window for the Premier League, Manolo Gabbiadini was transferred to Southampton from Napoli.

25 Dec 2016

Chelsea FC

Chelsea's Oscar set to join Chinese club Shanghai SIPG

Chelsea mid-fielder Oscar is set to move to join the Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG in a record-breaking £60 million deal.