Ramires Santos yesterday joined Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning in a permanent transfer. Chinese club Jiangsu Suning offered Chelsea Fc £25million, to sign the player this is £7million more than what Chelsea paid to signed Ramires Santos in 2010.
Chelsea Fc confirmed this on their site that the 28-year-old departs Stamford Bridge after five-and-a-half years as a Chelsea player, in which time he helped lift every major domestic and European trophy.
Arriving in the summer of 2010, the Brazilian international gradually imposed himself with his strong running and tough tackling, scoring the club’s Goal of the Season in March that season with a fine solo effort against Manchester City.
More goals were added in his second campaign in England, including strikes at Wembley in both the semi and the final of the FA Cup as he lifted his first Chelsea silverware, though his most memorable contribution came away in the Camp Nou.
With us trailing Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final second leg, the Brazilian latched onto a Frank Lampard through ball before sublimely chipping Victor Valdes to put us back in front in the tie.