Chelsea and Spain striker Diego Costa has reportedly signed a pre-contract agreement with Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian for a fee of €90m.
According to reports, the 28-year-old Spaniard will reportedly earn €30m, about £25.4 million, per year in China.
Costa felt the wrath of Chelsea manager Antonio Conte earlier in the season when he flirted with a winter move to the CSL.
But the Italian has brilliantly steered both player and club back on track and Costa’s goals have helped fire Chelsea to the brink of Premier League glory.
And now he looks set to join the financial revolution in China, where there have been several top ten highest salary marks set.
Also, it was claimed he has signed a pre-contract agreement and Chelsea should receive about £76m for his services.
Costa, 28, has netted 20 goals in all competitions for the Blues this term, but appeared to go through a dry spell after his Christmas row with Conte.