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Michael Olunga linked with BIG money move to China

FOOTBALL By Odero Charles | January 21st 2017
Michael Olunga could play against Oscar and Carlos Tevez in Chinese Premier League

Ex-Gor Mahia striker Michael Olunga has been linked with a move away from  Swedish side IF Djurgarden to China on a record deal.

Russian giants CSKA Moscow have been considering a move for Olunga, yet several reports in Sweden have indicated that the 22-year-old is a target for Chinese Super League outfit Hengfeng Guizhou Zhicheng FC.

The newly promoted Chinese Super League are hovering with a reported 40 Million Swedish Krona bid, according to Expressen.

Olunga’s agent Patrick Dark has confirmed interest from China, but he neither admitted nor denied that Olunga is open to the idea of moving to the CSL before the Chinese transfer deadline at the end of February.

 “I cannot confirm anything except that if Olunga is sold, it will be the most expensive deal from a Stockholm club ever,” he said.

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