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Western Sydney Wanderers Set To Lose Star Striker To Shanghai Shenhua On Mega Rich Deal

Tomi Juric looks to be on the way out at the Asian Champions League winners…

Western Sydney Wanderers star striker Tomi Juric will take up a multi-million dollar deal with Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua, according to reports.

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According to The Australian, the Chinese club have offered Juric upwards of £1 million per season, plus bonuses which could take earn up up to £2.1 million per season.

Shanghai are also believed to be prepared to offer a £1 million transfer fee to the Wanderers for the Australian international, who has just five months remaining on his contract with the A-League side.

Juric who scored in Australia’s 4-0 Asian Cup rout of Oman on Tuesday and is seen as the country’s best striker option after veteran Tim Cahill.

The Wanderers have moved quickly to cover Juric by singing controversial 22-year-old striker Kerem Bulut from Turkish club Akhisar Belediyespor.

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