Chelsea striker Loic Remy has become the latest player to be linked with a lucrative switch to the Chinese Super League, according to the Daily Mirror.
Shanghai Shenhua are believed to be lining up an £11million bid for the France international’s services, just a year after tempting Demba Ba to leave Stamford Bridge.
The report claims that the club are also prepared to offer the 29-year-old a wage package in the region of £5.5million to persuade him to leave Europe.
Shenhua also managed to pick up Blues legend Didier Drogba when he first left Chelsea, and recently picked up former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill. And further reports last week claimed they are preparing to stump a number of Premier League and Serie A sides to the signature of PSG winger Ezequiel Lavezzi.
The money in the Chinese Super League is already proving to be a major pulling point for European players and is likely to only get more competitive over the summer.
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