Ashley Young is ready to snub Premier League interest this month to clinch a mega money move to China.
The Manchester United winger, 31, is wanted by Shandong Luneng in the Chinese Super League.
West Brom are also among a clutch of Premier League clubs keen to give the former England international regular football.
But MirrorSport understands the Chinese club are offering Young a £16million net in salary over three years and a deal would be done if Shandong can agree a fee with United, who want around £10million.
Young is on £120,00-a-week at Old Trafford, where his contract runs until 2018, with a further 12 months’ option in United’s favour.
Boss Jose Mourinho has used him sparingly this season for United with just six starts, including out of position at right-back.
It has left Young frustrated and he is seriously considering becoming the latest star to head to the Far East.
Former United striker Carlos Tevez arrived in Chiona yesterday after joining Shanghai Shenhua as the highest-paid player in the world on £615,000-per-week on a two-year deal