Football is going a Chinese revolution at the moment. Chinese clubs have spent a crazy amount of money on the likes of Ramires, Jackson Martinez and Alex Teixeira in 2016, and there might very well be more deals in the pipeline before the Asian transfer window shut down on 26 February.
Latest report now claims that Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning attempted to sign Chelsea midfielder Oscar last month.
The Sun reports that Jiangsu Suning made a £57million for the Brazilian international, but their offer was turned down by the West London club. The report further claims that the Chinese club are expected to revive their interest in the 24-year old in the summer transfer window.
Oscar signed for the Blues from Brazilian club Internacional in a £19million deal in the summer of 2012.
Chelsea sold another Brazilian midfielder, Ramires, to a Chinese club in a £25 million deal last month.