Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Nemanja Gudelj is set to be the latest player to move to China, with Super League outfit Tianjin Teda agreeing to a lucrative deal with the Dutch side.
The Serbia international was strongly linked with a move to Internazionale in recent weeks after falling put of favour under manager Peter Bosz, but according to De Telegraaf, de Godenzonen have accepted a €6 million offer for the lanky midfielder.
According to De Telegraaf, Nemanja Gudelj's 3-year deal with Tianjin Teda will earn the midfielder €17 million! pic.twitter.com/AcTKzVYSJg
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The Tigers have reportedly offered the 25-year-old a three-year contract worth a staggering €17 million, effectively pricing out any potential suitors around Europe.
Despite being a firm fan favourite at the club, his transfer along with Riechedly Bazoer's recent move to Wolfsburg will supply Bosz with a transfer kitty to add firepower in the forward area.
The holding midfielder has scored 30 goals and registered 21 assists in 180 Eredivisie appearances, for NAC Breda, AZ Alkmaar and Ajax Amsterdam respectively.