Chelsea Former Player Ramires Open Up-Money Is The Major Reason Why I Moved To China

Ramires has admitted that money

weighed in on his decision to leave

Chelsea for the Chinese Super League. The 29-year-old left Stamford

Bridge to join

Jiangsu Suning in a £25million deal in January

this year, having become unhappy at losing

his place under Guus Hiddink. "I see a lot of people saying that I came to

China just for the money, but that's not

true," he told Goal. "If you look at the situation I was going

through at Chelsea at the time of the transfer

you will see that I was Hiddink's last option

in my position and this was frustrating me a

lot. "The situation was only getting worse and

at that moment came the interest of the

Chinese club. Jiangsu introduced me to a long-

term project where I would be a key player,

they offered me everything I could think of

and more, and I decided together with my agent and family that this

would be the best

decision. "The money issue weighed on the decision,

I put it on the scale that I am already 29

years old and that an irrefutable opportunity

like this may never come again. But the way

things were happening at Chelsea was the

main reason." Ramires, who spent six years at Chelsea and

worked under six different managers, picked

Andres Villas-Boas as the best coach he has

worked with. Villas-Boas currently managers Chinese

Super League rivals, Shanghai SIPG. "I had the pleasure of working with great

coaches during my career, but I identified

most with Andre Villas-Boas," he added. "We got along really well and

it was great

to work with him, he's a guy of enormous

ability and intelligence."

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