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by on July 5, 2019
An agent has explained why so many African stars are choosing to make a big-money move to China and insisted that many more will follow, despite a recent rule change. Click through the mini-gallery to see six African stars currently playing in China. Guy-Michel Boli, brother of Ivory Coast-born Champions League winner Basile Boli and Burkina Faso forward Bertrand Traore's agent, has insisted that PSG Fußballtrikots the reason why so many Africans are opting to move to China is the financial benefit of being able to provide for their extended families. "African players often have extended families and there are pressures to support as many of them financially as possible," Boli told BBC Sport. "You will see many more make the move and there is interest from Japan as well as China." However, the Chinese Super League recently announced an important rule change, one that restricts clubs to playing only three non-Chinese players per game next season, which begins in March. Previously, CSL clubs were allowed to feature four foreigners of any nationality plus one Asian in a matchday squad, but this has now changed to three foreigners, including any Asians. The rule Schalke 04 Fußballtrikots was introduced to address "irrational investments", as announced by the Chinese FA on Monday, and following an increase in big-money moves to the Far East. Former Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel became the latest African to follow the money to China, while Carlos Tevez and Oscar became the two highest paid players in the current game after their moves to China this month.

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