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first_img1 Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink Guus Hiddink has admitted he has been approached to manage in the Chinese Super League.The 69-year-old Dutchman was installed as Chelsea caretaker boss in December after Jose Mourinho’s departure, but says he had chances to manage in China.“I had some possibilities to go there in the recent past,” said Hiddink, who did not expand on the comment.Ramires was sold to Jiangsu Suning by Chelsea last month for a reported £25million as part of a wider investment in football, with other players also heading to the Chinese Super League.Jiangsu Suning are managed by former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu, while Sven Goran Eriksson and Luis Felipe Scolari are also bosses in China.Hiddink reckons China is an attractive option for many, but so too is the Premier League, which has a global appeal and will soon have a further influx of cash from the new broadcast coverage deal, which is worth £5billion domestically.“Of course when you travel around the world, the Premier League is so attractive, attracting a lot of people,” added Hiddink, whose side play Manchester United on Sunday.“In the biggest cities to the smallest villages, wherever in the world there is a satellite showing Premier League.“(And) clubs in England cannot complain about having no income in the near future.”last_img read more


first_img 12 12 Darren Fletcher (West Bromwich Albion – Stoke City) Free – While it might be fair to say the Scottish midfielder is not quite as showbiz as other faces on this list there is no doubting what an important deal this is for Mark Hughes’ team. At the age of 33 the former Manchester United man brings with him a wealth of experience and leadership, which he showcased throughout his Baggies spell, and he is sure to prove an invaluable addition to the dressing room. 12 Asmir Begovic (Chelsea – Bournemouth) Undisclosed – After watching Thibaut Courtois in action from the Chelsea bench for the past couple of seasons Begovic has finally moved on to pastures new to play first-team football. However, it shouldn’t be forgotten that the Bosnian international remains a top-quality goalkeeper and Bournemouth have secured themselves a first-class deal. Mateo Musacchio (Villarreal – AC Milan) £15.5m – It’s an important summer for Milan as they look to bounce back from several seasons of mediocrity – signing the Argentinian centre-back could be a big step forward. The 26-year-old came out of the River Plate academy and has been at Villarreal since 2009 earning plenty of plaudits during his time in Spain. 12 Bernardo Silva (Monaco – Manchester City) £43m – Pep Guardiola splashed the cash on the Portuguese international, in the hope he can bring an extra dynamic to the City midfield next season, and judging by his performances for Monaco there’s reason to be excited. Guardiola loves a smart player and the quick-thinking playmaker Silva is exactly that. He will be a delight to watch in the Premier League next season. Ederson (Benfica – Manchester City) £35m – City have hit the ground running in terms of getting their summer transfer business done early and when you spend this amount of money on a goalkeeper he should be good. Ederson, at just 23 years of age, has tremendous potential and arrives after a positive spell with Benfica to become the latest man to try his hand at being Guardiola’s sweeper keeper. After the Claudio Bravo experiment went so badly wrong surely this time City will have a worthy number one. 12 Juan Cuadrado (Chelsea – Juventus) £17m – Arrived at Chelsea in 2015 from Fiorentina but the Colombian’s time in London was far from a success and he was soon on his way to Juventus where he has spent the last two seasons on loan. Cuadrado will now move to Turin permanently though he won’t be in the good books after getting sent off in the Champions League final. The transfer window might not open until July 1 but for some clubs the quest for signings has already begun.Whether it’s new and exciting talent on the move or old faces looking to pass on some wisdom this summer is sure to be full of teams looking to bolster their squads with important players.Naturally in the current transfer climate the race for signings is underway and a number of confirmed moves have already been announced.Here we look at the ten biggest and most important confirmed summer transfers so far – scroll through the gallery above to take a look. 12 12 12 Dominic Solanke (Chelsea – Liverpool) Tribunal fee – One of England’s brightest prospects has decided to leave Stamford Bridge to become part of Jurgen Klopp’s squad. Has led the line for England Under-20s well at this summer’s World Cup and if the Liverpool boss can help Solanke fulfil his potential this deal could be an absolute steal. Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City – West Ham United) Free – The right-back position was a serious problem for West Ham and by signing the two-time Premier League champion they look to have fixed the issue for the time being. Zabaleta still offers plenty, having made more than 200 appearances for City, but can also pass down advice to up-and-coming full-back Sam Byram. 12 Sead Kolasinac (Schalke – Arsenal) Free – Arriving from Schalke the German-born Bosnian international is a sturdy left-back who could offer some essential steel in the Arsenal back-line. It is yet to be seen if Arsene Wenger will stick with a back three next season but Kolasinac’s ability suggests he can operate as a wing-back or on the left of the defensive trio. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Schalke – Ajax) Free – The 33-year-old striker has returned to ‘his club’ after seven years playing his football in Gelsenkirchen. The former Real Madrid man was unable to win the league title in his first Ajax stint, between 2006 and 2009, but is determined to put that right. Ajax already have starlet Kasper Dolberg leading the line but Huntelaar could prove important as a back-up and in offering advice to the 19-year-old forward. 12 Youri Tielemans (Anderlecht – Monaco) £21m – The French champions beat a host of clubs to sign the highly-rated Belgian midfielder who is still just 20. Big things are expected of playmaker Tielemans and he could be a suitable replacement for the departing Bernardo Silva. The fee paid by Monaco is the highest ever received by a Belgian club beating Marouane Fellaini’s £15m transfer when he moved from Standard Liege to Everton. 12 Kingsley Coman (Juventus – Bayern Munich) £17.75m – The Frenchman has been on-loan at Bayern for the last two seasons but will make his move permanent this summer. Coman struggled to get regular first-team action under Carlo Ancelotti this season, and considered leaving for a time, but has committed his future and could soon supplant the likes of Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben. 12last_img read more

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