Date: 20th October 2017 at 8:39am
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News has reached us that two former Chelsea employees are set to say goodbye to the Chinese Super League.

The first of the duo is our former Brazilian midfielder Ramires.

Ramires, who will always have a place in our hearts after that wonderful goal in the Nou Camp helped us to achieve our dream of winning the Holy Grail that is the Champions League, is set to leave Jiangsu Suning.

Now 30-years-of-age, the Brazilian is set, according to the Daily Mail, to make a return to Europe with Inter Milan agreeing a loan deal with Jiangsu Sunning.

The second to be leaving Chinese football is somebody who wasn`t as successful in his role at Stamford Bridge as many hoped he would be, Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Whilst managing in China, Scolari has been hugely successful winning Chinese leagues, one Chinese Cup, two super cups and an Asian Champions League since taking over the managerial helm at Guangzhou Evergrande in 2015.

But, according to the Daily Mail, Scolari, now 68-years-old, is set to turn down the chance of a new contract and will leave the club in November.

Scolari is set to win the Chinese Super League for a third time, with his side needing just one more win to clinch the title, that`s what you call bidding farewell in style.


One Reply to “Former Chelsea Duo set to Exit China?”

  • Maybe we should try to get Ramires back on a loan deal. a midfield with the Energy and stamina of both Ramires and Kante would be impossible to overrun.

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