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CHELSEA - Hulk: "I convinced Oscar to move"

10.01.2017 17.13 by Chiara Biondini  read 1244
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Hulk says he helped to convince fellow Brazilian Oscar to leave Chelsea and move to the Chinese Super League to join Shanghai SIPG. 

"I talked to Oscar about Shanghai SIPG before he made the move," he said. "I said to him that Shanghai is a beautiful city, the club is fantastic and we will get even better in the coming years.

"I also said our team-mates are very friendly and welcoming, which makes me feel pretty good. After hearing what I told him, he came." 

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