For a second successive winter transfer window, the Chinese Super League has upset the established world soccer order with the spending power and ambition of its biggest clubs. It started in December as Shanghai SIPG agreed to pay $60 million to Chelsea for Brazil's Oscar in a move that prompted Antonio Conte, coach of the Premier League club, to warn about the challenge from the east. "The Chinese market is a danger for all," Conte said.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte plans to improve his attack in the summer with the addition of Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, according to a report. Spanish website Diario Gol claims Morata has become frustrated with a perceived lack of opportunities