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(Reuters) - Here are some of the major deals that Chinese entities have made for European clubs and players in the past 15 months:
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A former property banker, Briton Alex Jarvis, said he fell into China's football boom with a chance encounter in the first class lounge of a cruise liner bound for New York in 2011.
Hong Kong (AFP) - Heavy Chinese investment is reshaping the landscape of world football but fortunes could be lost as well as made in an environment that remains "a bit Wild West".
MILAN (Reuters) - The Chinese consortium seeking to buy AC Milan has paid a second 100 million euro (83.38 million pound) deposit to the Italian soccer club's owner, a source close to the matter said on Tuesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - The Chinese consortium seeking to buy Italian soccer club AC Milan is expected to pay an agreed second 100 million-euro (83.69 million pound) deposit by Tuesday, a day later than originally scheduled, two sources close to the matter said on Monday.
ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - Three mornings a week, 22-year-old Bin Wang, a native of China's Anhui province, enters a beige, low-rise building tucked into an office park in Orlando, Florida, to spend hours body-slamming people.
MILAN (Reuters) - The closing of the deal for the acquisition of Italian soccer club AC Milan will be postponed to March 3, the holding company of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and the Chinese consortium seeking to buy the team said in a joint statement.
MILAN (Reuters) - Silvio Berlusconi and the Chinese investors seeking to buy Italian soccer club AC Milan are discussing the possibility of postponing the closing of the deal to the end of February, two sources close to the matter told Reuters.