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 By Chris Atkins

As their CSL rivals continue to spend, champions Evergrande bide their time

Amid reports of a Chinese bid for Cristiano Ronaldo, Sid Lowe assesses how the CSL's money impacts players worldwide.
The FC crew discuss the latest big-money offers coming out of China and react to Uli Hoeness' comments on CSL spending.
Oscar insists he's delighted with his move to big-spending Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG.
Don Hutchison has expressed that Carlos Tevez's move to China makes perfect sense and the move may become a new trend.

It was always said of Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United side that one of the keys to the longevity of their success was that the club would never rest on their glories. After winning major trophies, the Scot would look to go out and bring in improvements to his side. 

The 2008 capture of Dimitar Berbatov to compliment the Champions League-winning trio of Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez was one such move. To sustain success, constant regeneration must occur.

Guangzhou...

Guangzhou Evergrande's Feng Xiaoting not worried by big-name arrivals

The guys respond to your tweets about audacious finishes, the money in England and China, and Pep Guardiola.

Guangzhou Evergrande defender Feng Xiaoting is confident he and his teammates can continue their domestic dominance despite the continued influx of high-quality foreign talent into the Chinese Super League (CSL).

Luiz Felipe Scolari's side won a sixth straight CSL title last season while also claiming the Chinese FA Cup, and Feng believes the southern Chinese side can add to their haul in 2017.

"Every team in the Chinese Super League is improving greatly and the league is becoming increasingly competitive,"...

Guangzhou's Luiz Felipe Scolari confident after CFA Cup final first leg

Luiz Felipe Scolari signed a two-and-a-half year contract with Guangzhou Evergrande in June 2015.

Luiz Felipe Scolari was upbeat despite seeing his Guangzhou Evergrande side held to a 1-1 draw by Jiangsu Suning on home soil in the first leg of the CFA Cup final on Sunday as the Chinese Super League champions aim to complete a domestic double for the second time in five seasons.

Ricardo Goulart gave Guangzhou the lead just nine minutes into the first leg before Alex Teixeira levelled 19 minutes after the break with a header for the reigning CFA Cup holders, who will host the second leg in Nanjing...

Scolari confident of Guangzhou cup win despite defensive woes

Luiz Felipe Scolari is looking to seal the double.

Guangzhou Evergrande will take a patched up defence into the first leg of their CFA Cup final clash with Jiangsu Suning on Sunday as Luiz Felipe Scolari and his side attempt to move closer to completing the domestic double.

Guangzhou, who claimed a record-extending sixth Chinese Super League title last month, will host Jiangsu without the services of China international defender Feng Xiaoting, who is suspended, while his central defensive partner Kim Young-Gwon misses the game due to injury.

"We...

 By Chris Atkins

2016 CSL awards: Paulinho, Feng star for champions Guangzhou Evergrande

Champions Guangzhou Evergrande finished seven points clear of second-placed Jiangsu Suning.

With the Chinese Super League over for another year and the winter break upon us, it's time to look back at the season.

Should the CSL kick on in years to come, the 2016 season will undoubtedly be regarded as a seminal moment in its development as the league moved into the wider consciousness. While still a long way from where it aims to be, it is now a division to which people worldwide are paying closer attention.

Some things, though, haven't changed and Guangzhou Evergrande remain the undisputed...