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    Chelsea midfielder Ramires joins Chinese side Jiangsu Suning


    Joe Jones

    Chelsea midfielder Ramires has joined Chinese side Jiangsu Suning in a deal believed to be worth about £25m.

    The 28-year-old Brazil international agreed a new four-year deal at Stamford Bridge in October but has only started seven Premier League games this season.

    Jiangsu finished ninth in China's top tier in 2015 and are managed by former Blues defender Dan Petrescu.

    Ramires made 251 appearances for Chelsea, scoring 34 goals, after joining from Benfica for about £17m in 2010, and has helped the Blues win the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Champions League and Europa League.



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