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 By Colin Udoh

John Mikel Obi, Odion Ighalo leading an exodus of Nigerians to China

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts talk through the pick of the Chinese Super League deals on European deadline day.
Odion Ighalo
Odion Ighalo completed his move from Watford to Chinese club Changchun Yatai on the final day of the winter transfer window.

First it was captain John Mikel Obi. Then forward Odion Ighalo followed. Now reports have emerged that midfielder Ogenyi Onazi and striker Brown Ideye could also be on their way to China.

Once considered the graveyard of football careers, the Chinese Super League is still not much higher up that particular totem pole despite attracting some of the world's biggest talent, with obscene wages proving an irresistible allure.

If the last two moves go through, Asia's money-spraying league would have claimed...

 By Will Kent

Bournemouth looking for confidence, chemistry in trip to West Brom

Shaka Hislop evaluates Pep Guardiola's interest in Jack Wilshere, and whether he would fit in at Manchester City.

Right now, Bournemouth are in what full-back Charlie Daniels describes as a "hard time." The club are struggling for results, the squad available to Eddie Howe is the weakest one they have had all season and it even looks like their once-strong home form is also fading.

Bournemouth have not won since Dec. 31 and the forecast for future points remains bleak considering their recent performances. Latest defeats to some very mediocre sides such as Crystal Palace, Hull and Millwall hint that victory...

Exiled Man United defender Luke Shaw would fit nicely at left-back for Chelsea

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop ponders whether Manchester United is still a good fit for Luke Shaw.

Exiled from the Manchester United first team and out of the England reckoning, it's remarkable to think that less than three years ago Luke Shaw was almost universally regarded as the country's next great left-back.

When Roy Hodgson picked Shaw in his 23-man England squad for the 2014 World Cup at the expense of Ashley Cole, it felt like a logical changing of the guard. The teenager had established himself as the obvious successor with two impressive Premier League campaigns at Southampton, and...

 By Terry Daley

Spalletti makes clear his future isn't tied to Roma or Francesco Totti

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti examines Edin Dzeko's impact for Roma and expects he will top Serie A's scoring charts this season.

"If I don't win anything, I'll leave." When the Italian press picked up Luciano Spalletti's interview with France Football just before Christmas, Romanisti didn't know how to take it. Was it supposed to be a threat to his players ahead of their match at Juventus, or a warning to the club to not sell their star assets in January? With his contract up in the summer, was he gambling on a trophy in May before departing for pastures new?

Since then the Tuscan has done little to calm supporters' nerves,...

 By Musa Okwonga

Juan Mata, Paul Pogba orchestrate smooth Europa ride for Man United

BT Sport highlight: Henrikh Mkhitaryan's lone goal in the second leg secured Man United's passage to the Europa League round of 16.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan's lone goal in the second leg secured Man United's passage to the Europa League round of 16.
With the EFL Cup vs. Southampton looming, the FC crew debate if Henrikh Mkhitaryan's injury could harm Man United's chances.

Manchester United proceeded to the round of 16 in the Europa League in comfortable, if not stately, fashion with a 1-0 win over St Etienne on Wednesday.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan, the scorer of the game's only goal, was withdrawn shortly after he made the breakthrough, and Eric Bailly was sent off for two yellow cards in swift succession, while Michael Carrick was also taken off later with an ailment.

Yet Jose Mourinho deserves great credit for naming a strong side and thus treating this tie with appropriate...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid caught cold in disappointing 2-1 defeat at Valencia

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop blame poor preparation and lack of creativity for Real's loss against Valencia.

The curse of Mestalla struck again as Real Madrid suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Los Che. Early goals from Simone Zaza and Fabian Orellana set the home side up for victory and although Cristiano Ronaldo pulled one back in the "psychological" zone just before the half-time whistle, Valencia saw out a win that went some way to ensuring their safety while also dealing a blow to Real's title charge.

Positives

This was a game in hand and Real still maintain a one-point advantage over Barcelona...