Odion Ighalo wants a return to the Premier League

  Odion Ighalo, the Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Chinese club Changchun Yatai, is currently under Barcelona’s radar as the La Liga champions look to improve their attacking options. According to Sport the 29-year-old striker could be a suitable replacement for Uruguay international Luis Suarez. Barca management believes Ighalo’s arrival at Camp Nou will … Continue reading Odion Ighalo wants a return to the Premier League

Mikel Obi: A Letter to my Chinese family

Mikel Obi became one of the English Premier League's top-class players to join the Chinese Super League (CSL) for an outrageous fee. He arrived Tianjin TEDA last week and has been relishing this great opportunity to face new challenges in China. The 29-year-old posted an emotional Twitter message with the caption: "A Letter To My Chinese … Continue reading Mikel Obi: A Letter to my Chinese family

Cristiano Ronaldo could be the Chinese Super League’s biggest deal

Cristiano Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes has revealed that he received a jaw-dropping offer worth €100 per year from a Chinese Super League club. Image: Jorge Mendes Mendes spoke to Sky Sports Italia before the weekend but failed to name the Chinese club which made this mouth-watering proposal. Speculations in the media however say it'd be nearly impossible … Continue reading Cristiano Ronaldo could be the Chinese Super League’s biggest deal

Michael Carrick Rejects £6million Contract For Manchester United.

Manchester United star Michael Carrick has rejected a whooping £6million contract offer from a Chinese club even though he hasn't been favored in the current Man U line up with Louis Van Gaal in charge. His decision to remain at the Old Trafford for yet another season comes with expectations that Jose Mourinho (the in-coming manager) … Continue reading Michael Carrick Rejects £6million Contract For Manchester United.

Can China win the World Cup?

Football lovers are conversant with news from Barclays Premier League, MLS, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Seria A, La Liga and now CSL (Chinese Super League). Truly, great things come from humble beginnings. Looking at the football achievements of neighbors, Japan and South Korea, one would quickly write off China in world football. The country is currently … Continue reading Can China win the World Cup?