Wayne Rooney’s agent Paul Stretford is in China to talk to clubs interested in signing Manchester United’s captain.
360nobs understands Paul Stretford flew to China a few days ago and spent time in Tianjin, home of Tianjin Quanjian.
He checked out of the Renaissance Hotel in the city on Tuesday and is believed to be holding talks with other possible suitors.
A spokesman for Tianjin Quanjian said “We have no official news about Wayne Rooney at this stage.”
The club’s manager Fabio Cannavaro admitted he had approached Rooney.
But talks stalled after he decided the England star, 31, did not suit the club’s style of play.
A Chinese Club offered Stretford a three-year deal for Rooney that would see him earn around £650,000-a-week after tax.
They are also prepared to pay the first six months of his salary up front, along with a signing- on fee — meaning he would immediately bank £25m.