Mousa Dembele's Tottenham career appears to be over after he left the country to seal a move to China.
Benfica forward Anderson Talisca has completed a six-month loan deal to Guangzhou Evergrande.
Barcelona have bid farewell to their 'Little Chief', who has gone for a final payday in China.
Former Chelsea and Man United target Radja Nainggolan is set to join Guangzhou Evergrande.
El Apache endears himself further to the league and fans who made him the world's highest-paid player...
The money was obviously tempting but the Borussia Dortmund striker is "for clear things".
There's one Chinaman and three South Americans. The place at the top is reserved for the beast...
According to German reports, Tianjin Quanjian will offer over £70m for striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Oscar's punishment means he will be banned until August 13 and also forced to pay a fine.
Evidence suggests that the Chinese Super League has an awfully long way to go yet...
Fabio Capello is the latest high-profile coach to move to China after signing a contract with Jiangsu Suning.
Hulk allegedly punches somebody and Ezequiel Lavezzi makes a racist gesture; both are unpunished.
Guanzhou R&F aren't a squad of big names or big money signings, but they are top of the CSL. The Chinese Leicester?
For £615,000 a week, you'd think Carlos Tevez might at least pretend to care. It isn't going well in China...
It's Hulk and Oscar. It's Big Phil v AVB. It's shedloads of goals. It's on your telly...
Is the Chinese Super League club's social media activity done by a posh 68-year-old Englishman?
Man United boss Jose Mourinho has revealed he turned down a "big offer" to go to China.
The Manchester City insists that football (not money) is his motivation...
Man City's double title winner wants to stay in English football instead of earning silly money.
"A transfer to China...is basically acknowledging your career is over."
We stand accused of being snobbish, xenophobic and selfish about Chinese football. Plus, Schneiderlin and the World Cup.
The 29-year-old has reportedly been offered a three-year deal worth £140,000 a week in China.
Referee Mark Clattenburg says that he would consider any offers from the Chinese Super League.
Oh and £1.65m a week for the player. His agent says that "money is not everything".
£615,000 a week is quite a lot of money, isn't it? I mean a sh*tload, really.
It seems the Chinese Super League like what they see from Premier League ref Mark Clattenburg.
He's not even 31 yet and he's already choosing the big final pay-day in China. It's a shame.
Roy Hodgson is a sought-after coach in China, according to the main sports agency behind the CSL.
The ambitious Reds are also trying to secure a multi-million pound sponsorship deal with the Chinese.
It's a pretty compelling amount of money. He will play alongside Gervinho, which is the real motivation.