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Premier League Managers React To Oscar Move To China


The Brazilian Midfielder Oscar made his move to Shanghai SIPG yesterday and this has sparked  up many reactions from all around Europe but the most interesting ones are those of Arsenal and Liverpool Managers, Arsene Wenger and Klopp both of which have different view concerning the matter.
Arsene Wenger the Arsenal boss has always been against spending excessively on players and had not disappointed in his opinion each time this deals are done. When Manchester United made their record breaking deal for Pogba, he was the first to show his displeasure and even got into some media combat with the United Boss Jose Mohrinho.
Now, the Chinese to him might be a potential treat to the premier League as it uses money to entice players into going to the East, 


"Yes, it's a surprise, it's a distortion," said Wenger
Jurgen Kloop does not have that point of view clarifying the media how some other teams see England when it comes to the same subject.
"You know that the rest of Europe thinks the same thing about England," said Klopp
Arsene Wenger at the end of his speech made mention of the fact that the Chinese might be a problem to the English football but failing to Understand that most players in the Premier League come from other leagues, some one like Sanchez left Barcelona due to huge competition for play time to a small side like Arsenal with a huge wage and a promise of play time which had be fulfilled, which is the same reason for Oscar's move.
"Will it be a future problem for the Premier League? It could become [one]."


Though Jurgen Kloop writes off the Chinese as a treat to Premier League, he disclosed that the Chinese Super League isn't a League to play for a world class player
"If a player decides to go there, usually it's in another part of your career," he said.
"I think in this moment it's not a league you want to play - the only way to get players to go there is the money. In all the big European leagues you can earn a lot of money, it should be enough.
"It's not an option for me. Maybe for a holiday but it's absolutely no option for me. I don't think we should say it's a danger, it's another opportunity."
On Twitter many see his career over, saying he is too young for China
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