- Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has explained that Chinese football is a danger for all teams
- Conte believes the Chinese clubs are spending huge money on the transfer of players
- One of his players Oscar is close to securing a deal with Shanghai
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has explained that the huge money the Chinese clubs are spending on the transfer of players is a danger for all the teams in the world.
Brazilian midfielder Oscar would soon be on his way out of Stamford bridge as he is close to secure a £60 million move to Shanghai SIPG and he is expected to receive £400,000 a week in China.
Chinese clubs have spent £200 million before the start of the 2016 football League season, and Conte believes it will be difficult for a the clubs to manage players on high salary.
''Honestly, the Chinese market is a danger for all the football teams and not only Chelsea because I don't understand how a club can manage a player who is on a high salary,'' Conte said
Arsenal striker who was reported to have rejected a new deal at the Emirates has also been linked with a move to China on a £500,000 a week contract.