An explosion of incredibly lucrative, high-profile deals over the past few months has seen China establish itself as football’s new financial superpower.
But how will it affect the Premier League and European football in general - and does Arsene Wenger fear an exodus of players to the Far East?
"My thought is that when you want to be a football player, your first aspiration is to play in the best league, against the best players," he said.
"That has to be the first target, after that when you are a professional football player you want to combine the fact you can play in the best league, against the best players, for the maximum amount of money.
"So I think that combination is the best in England at the moment, so I don’t see why the players should leave the Premier League. But China has moved forward, tried to promote football and I’m happy that football becomes very popular in China.
"But I still think most of the big players will stay in Europe at the moment."
More polls coming soon!
Copyright 2019 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source.