Factbox - Chinese investment in European clubs and players

  • Football
  • Thursday, 26 Jan 2017

Football player Carlos Tevez attends a training session with team members of Shanghai Greenland Shenhua Football Club in Shanghai, China, January 21, 2107. REUTERS/Stringer

(Reuters) - Here are some of the major deals that Chinese entities have made for European clubs and players in the past 15 months:

Nov 2, 2015: Chinese model car maker Rastar Group agrees to takeover La Liga club Espanyol in a deal valued between 14.3 million euros-17.8 million euros ($15.4 million-$19.10 million).

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