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Transfer: Hulk in China, Nani to La Liga

TRANSFER: Hulk touches down in China, Nani close to La Liga switch

June 29, 2016 By Ali M.
Furthermore, PSG name the successor to Laurent Blanc, as the Ligue 1 champions continue their search for European glory.

All eyes are currently on UEFA Euro 2016, but business continues as normal in the latest summer transfer window. Man United have taken huge steps towards signing three superstars in time for next season, whilst Liverpool have completed a deal for Saido Mane.

Here are three transfer stories that you might have missed, though.

The Hulk is in China!

The Brazilian ace will soon become one of several household names to leave European football in favor of a move to far-east Asia. The Zenit ace touched down in China and is poised to sign for Shanghai SIPG for €58m.

The Selecao attacker will reportedly make €20m per year, with Zenit’s press officer Dmitri Zimmerman telling Sport Express: “Zenit have reached a preliminary agreement with Shanghai SIPG concerning the transfer of Hulk, and on Wednesday the player will undergo a medical.”

Hulk, Shanghai SIPG, Zenit St. Petersburg, China Super League, Russian Premier League

Nani on the brink of a Liga BBVA switch

After one impressive season with Fenerbahce, Luis Nani looks destined to part ways with the Turkish giants in favor of a move to Spain. According to the recent speculation, the Portuguese will soon sign for Liga BBVA side Valencia.

The former Man United winger – currently on duty with the national side in UEFA Euro 2016 – will likely cost Los Che €8.5m, though no confirmation has arrived from the Spanish club. Fenerbahce president Aziz Yildirim, however, confirmed the transfer, telling AMK Sport (as per Marca):

"Nani will play for Valencia next season."

Nani is expected to sign the deal after UEFA Euro 2016.

PSG appoint Laurent Blanc’s successor

The man whom PSG have appointed to replace Laurent Blanc as manager is a three-time consecutive Europa League winning coach, as Les Parisiens named Unai Emery as their new boss.

The former Sevilla tactician touches down in Ligue 1 after beating Liverpool in the Europa League final in Basel, and will succeed a man who won 11 trophies in a three-season spell at Parc des Princes.

"It is with great pride that I agreed to become the Paris Saint-Germain coach," said Emery.

"The club has become one of the biggest in Europe over the past few seasons and I am both happy and honoured to be able to help realise its great ambitions.”

Emery will be tasked with leading PSG to Champions League glory, something his two predecessors – Ancelotti and Blanc – failed to do.

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