Jose Mourinho is in chats with the most extravagant man in China, Hui Ka Yan, to take over at the Chinese Super League club Guangzhou Evergrande and conceivably even the national team, Telegraph reports.
Hui, who is the administrator of the Evergrande Group, one of China’s greatest property organizations, has committed himself to working up the country’s super league and furthermore helping the country gain capability for the World Cup.
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The two men met over the Chinese new year with Hui resolved to enroll the best on the planet trying to build the standard and profile of Chinese football. Employing a mentor of the bore and profile of Mourinho would be an enormous proclamation of plan.
Hui is notable for his enthusiasm for football and has furrowed millions into building up the biggest football school on the planet in China with the expectation that it will support the league and the national team.