Carlos Tevez Linked With China Move And His Wages Are Criminal
The Chinese football spending phenomenon shows no signs of slowing down. Their season is over for now and the transfer window is closed. That all comes to an end in January when Chinese Super League teams are expected to spend exorbitant amounts of money once again before the league resumes in March.
Somehow Graziano Pelle is the fifth highest paid footballer a year on an estimated £13.6 million per year following his switch to Shandong Luneng in the summer, and that sum will surely be smashed during January.
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Graziano Pelle Wage Structure
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The latest player to be linked with a monster money move is the nomadic Carlos Tevez, who is reportedly on the lookout for a way out of Boca Juniors.
Brazilian news outlet Sambafoot claim the Argentine striker is being eyed up by an unnamed CSL outfit who are prepared to pay a staggering wage to lure the 32-year-old to the far east.
Tevez has a contract at Boca until 2018 but that is small detail considering some of the fees spent in acquiring wanted talent. The report claims Tevez will be offered a ludicrous £34 million a year, which whittles down to just about £650,000 per week, £93,000 a day and nearly four grand an hour!
That would dwarf Cristiano Ronaldo's new deal recently signed with Real Madrid for an estimated £365,000 a week. Imagine what he'd be on if he fancied a stint in Shanghai!