Saturday, 31 December 2016


The Portuguese forward was reportedly the
subject of a €300million transfer offer from the
CSL, which has left the Blues boss stunned.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has
queried the morals abaft the stunning
transfer fees luring players to the Chinese Super
League following a reported bid for Authentic Madrid
star Cristiano Ronaldo.
After Oscar swapped Chelsea for CSL
powerhouse Shanghai SIPG - now coached by
Andre-Villas Boas - and Carlos Tevez peregrinate to
Shanghai Shenhua in a staggering deal, agent
Jorge Mendes claimed Ronaldo was the subject
of a €300million transfer offer from an unnamed
Chinese club.
Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo turned down the
approach in order to remain with European
champions Madrid.
Wenger disappointed by Premier League season
However, Conte relucts to believe the figures
being bandied about for Ronaldo's accommodations in
"I think it's an incredible story. We are talking
about a lot, lot, lot of money. I don't want to
trust in this," Conte said ahead of Saturday's
hosting of Stoke City in the Premier League.
"I don't want to believe in this. Because, I think,
we are talking about an amount of money
which is not right.
"I saw the last contract, the last contract with
Carlos Tevez. I think we are talking about a lot
of money. This type of offer is incredible and
it's very difficult for the players to say 'no'.
"But I must be honest, I think it's not right. It's
not right, this. Because you must have respect
for the money and then if there are these offers,
this type of offer... but I don't agree, I don't
agree with this situation."

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