The Chelsea midfielder Ramires has joined China’s Jiangsu Suning for an initial fee of £20m which could eventually rise to £25m.
Ramires, an £18m signing from Benfica in 2010, has not started a Premier League match under the interim stewardship of Guus Hiddink and was not included among the substitutes for the draw with Everton and Sunday’s win at Arsenal.
The Brazilian signed a four-year contract at Stamford Bridge in October but has slipped down the pecking order.
The Chinese side, who are coached by the former Chelsea player Dan Petrescu and finished ninth in China’s top tier in 2015, are at a training camp in Málaga and Ramires could link up with his new team-mates in Spain before they return to China.
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