The Brazilian international and Chelsea F.C.’s attacking midfielder Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Júnior simply known as Oscar is all set to leave the Premier League giant for the Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG.

As Oscar’s Brazilian teammate William, who is also plays for the Chelsea along with Oscar has revealed that the 25-years-old Brazilian international and Chelsea’s attacking midfielder, who has 130 appearances with 22 goals for the Premier League giants since joining the club in 2012 said goodbye to Chelsea team-mates ahead of £60m move to China’s giant Shanghai SIPG.
And if the young Brazilian international Oscar will complete his £60million move to the Chinese Super League, than he will become the third-highest paid player in football on £400,000 a week.

However the 38-year-old former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has branded the Brazilian move to China is "embarrassing"

As Writing in the Daily Mail, Jamie Carragher said, "The money is astronomical, but it’s not as if he is on a pittance at Chelsea.


“This is not a move to further his career. Hew will talk about the league growing in China, the chance to work with Andre Villas-Boas and the excitement about a new adventure-but we all know those words will be nonsense.


"He had gone for the size of the contract. Nothing else. Players used to look for a pay day in their mid-thirties when their career was coming to and end. We all understood that.


"With the riches now on offer in China, I could understand a player's head getting turned when he reaches 30 – but 25?


"It's embarrassing that a player would give up his career and the chance to compete for the biggest prizes in the game just for money."