He was the most expensive signing ever made by a Chinese club but the transfer fee for Ramires was broken twice in the two weeks which followed. The former Chelsea man moved to Jiangsu Suning in January 2016 for a fee of around £25 million. Ramires had been at Stamford Bridge for five and a half seasons but was struggling to find a place in the team. Ramires does not possess the defensive positioning and ability to intercept like Matic, nor does he possess the passing ability of Fabregas or the flair of Willian, so it’s perhaps unsurprising that the Brazilian moved on. Ramires has an incredibly high work rate, which is perhaps the one redeeming feature about the midfielder.