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Torres favours MLS or China move, says former agent

According to Fernando Torres’ former agent, the Spaniard’s next career move will likely take him to the MLS or Chinese Super League. Torres announced, on Monday, that his second stint at boyhood club Atletico Madrid would end this Summer, having reluctantly accepted he’d need to move to play regularly. Since returning to Atletico in 2015, after a short spell at Milan, the 34-year-old striker has made 100 appearances, scoring 24 goals. Despite not reaching the heights of his time in Madrid at the beginning of his career, Torres has remained…

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Mascherano could be heading to China

Rumours are rife that Javier Mascherano will be leaving Barcelona later this month. The Argentine, who has formed an integral part of the Blaugrana defence since joining from Liverpool in 2010, looks set to be heading to China. Mascherano is reported to be heading to the Chinese Super League to play for Hebei China Fortune. The appointment should happen within the next week, once Samuel Umtiti has been declared fully fit to return. Now that Barcelona has signed centre-back Yerry Mina early, the Argentine is free to leave earlier than expected….

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Mascherano waves goodbye to Barca as China move agreed

Barcelona defender Javier Mascherano has accepted an offer from Chinese Super League club Hebei China Fortune, according to various reports in Spanish press. The Argentine defender is said to be leaving the Catalan club in January after dropping to the bench this season. Excellent form from French defender Samuel Umtiti has seen Mascherano’s place alongside Gerard Pique diminish and with his contract due to expiry next summer; the former Liverpool man is looking for a cheap exit in the winter months. Barca, however, are keen to keep him at the club…

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Ronaldo the subject of world record bid from China

Cristiano Ronaldo is believed to be the subject of a world record bid of €200 million from an as yet undisclosed Chinese club according to reports in AS. The Portuguese star who is currently in Latvia for a World Cup Qualifier before heading to Russia with his country for this summer’s Confederation Cup will be offered a remarkable €120 million a year (€2.3 million per week) to make the move to Asia. Ronaldo was already named the world’s highest paid athlete this week and should he accept the move he would…

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