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Former Chelsea star Ramires revealed he would be happy to return to Stamford Bridge before the end of his career:

“Chelsea? I’ll always have special affection for them and I want to play for them again before finishing my career,” the Brazilian, now at Jiangsu Suning, said speaking to UOL Esporte.

“I know the doors of Stamford Bridge will always be open to me and that wearing their jersey again would be spectacular.

“There’s been lots of talk about Inter, but nothing concrete has come my way, at least until today.

 “Everyone knows Inter are a great club and that playing in Europe again is a wish of mine, but for now I’m thinking about helping Jiangsu have a great 2018.”

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Sky Sports journalist Dharmesh Sheth claims Diego Costa and Antonio Conte will meet tomorrow to decide over the Spanish striker’s future.

It’s understood that the Chelsea striker has been offered £600,000-a-week to join Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning, a different offer from the Tianjin Quanjian’s one of last week.

Another Blues legend, moved to Jiangsu Suning one year ago, when the Chinese club offered £ 25m to Chelsea for the Brazilian midifielder. The owners are the same that bought Inter Milan last summer and that aim to bring the former Mourinho‘s side to European glory.

“We are told he will be meeting head coach Antonio Conte tomorrow to discuss his future at the club,” Sheth told Sky Sports.

“It’s thought Costa is using a £30m offer from China as leverage to get a better contract at Chelsea.One source claims he’s after £300,000-a-week,” the Sky Sports journalist concluded.

Suning are also keen to offer £ 80m to Chelsea to close the deal and Costa’s agent Jorge Mendes is told be already in China to discuss the offer.

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Oscar is set to leave Chelsea and his destination can be Inter or China, depending what Suning Commerce Group and the player would prefer.

The new Inter owners failed to sign the Brazilian for Jiangsu last season, but succeeded in signing ex Blues Ramires for € 25m last January.

After the Chinese group took over at Inter as new owners, speculations increased about Oscar joining the Nerazzurri, with is representatives holding talks with Suning, with whom they got good professional relations.

The Brazilian lost his place at Chelsea following Conte‘s change of formation and Chelsea are now prepared to cash in on him.

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Former Chelsea midfielder Ramires tried to attack the referee after he was shown a red card during a Chinese Super League clash with his new side Jiangsu Suning yesterday night.

The 29-year-old Brazilian international was sent off after the final whistle and he didn’t accept the decision, trying to fight with the referee. Teammates and coaches had to keep Ramires away from the referee to avoid a brawl.

Ramires is probably going to face a severe ban from the Chinese Football Association following his violent behaviour shown on the pitch.

 

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Since the sale of Brazilian Ramires, Chelsea have struggled to replace him with a box-to-box midfielder with the same power that he possessed.

Recently,  the Blues have been linked with Newcastle United and French international midfielder Moussa Sissoko.

The 26-year-old had a good spell at Newcastle with proof his strength and driving force from midfield.

He could be just what Antonio Conte is looking for to add depth to his London side.

Diego Costa © Francesca Ceciarini

The Daily Mirror reports that Chelsea striker Diego Costa has received three offers from Chinese Super League.

The 27-year-old is reportedly eager to follow his ex team mate Ramires -who moved to Jiangsu Sunsing last January for an incredible £25m fee- as some clubs are reportedly offering £250,000-per-week salary for the Spaniard.

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Former Chelsea midfielder Ramires, now playing in China after a lucrative move to Jiangsu Suning, claims he left Stamford Bridge due to interim manager Guus Hiddink‘s refusal to give him playing time.

Ramires told The Sun: “One of the big reasons I left Chelsea was the arrival of Hiddink.”

“It wasn’t just because I had a good relationship with Jose Mourinho , but when he was in charge, I knew there was a chance of playing and that the fight for a place in the team was always open.”

About Chelsea: “I always had a good relationship inside the club and I still have today. I played and performed in some important matches for Chelsea and can honestly say that I always worked hard for the team.”

“The previous coaches always trusted me to perform in the key games and I loved my time at the club” Ramires added.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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French sport newspaper L’Équipe report that Chelsea are really keen on PSG French central midfielder Blaise Matuidi.

Following the departure of Ramires is certain that the Blues will look for another central midfielder in next summer transfer window.

While the Frenchman is not against a Premier League move, PSG is the club of his heart and the French side staff continue to view Matuidi as a crucial part of the Les Parisiens project.

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Interim Chelsea manager has admitted that he has been lined up to follow former Chelsea player, Ramires, in moving to the Chinese Super League. Luiz Felipe Scolari and former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu also manage in China which indicates that China are trying to create a football revolution.

Hiddink said “I had some possibilities to go there in the recent past,” He did not feel the need to expand on the comment.

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Brazilian midfielder Oscar © Francesca Ceciarini

Chelsea reportedly turned down a £57.5 million bid from Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning for midfielder Oscar. 

The Blues sold fellow Brazilian Ramires to Suning earlier in January for £25 million, which at the time broke the Chinese transfer record. However, that record was then broken twice again in the same month.

Should the bid for Oscar have been accepted, he would have broken the record for a fourth time inside a month.

Oscar, along with several other key Chelsea players, have been linked with moves away from Stamford Bridge in recent months, although the failure of this bid seems to suggest that Guus Hiddink is keen to hold on to his key players.

 

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