The Colombia midfielder has joined the likes of Gervinho and Ramires in opting to move to the Chinese Super League having fallen out of favour at San Siro
Fredy Guarin has completed a move from Inter to Shanghai Shenhua for an undisclosed fee, the Chinese club has announced.
The Colombia international signed a contract with Gregorio Manzano’s side on Wednesday, with the Shanghai coach taking to Twitter to welcome their latest signing.
“We welcome our new player Fredy Guarin to Shanghai Shenhua, who joins with enthusiasm and desire,” he said.
Damos la bienvenida a nuestro jugador @fguarin13 al #ShanghaiShenhua al que se incorpora con ilusión y ganas. pic.twitter.com/uddqcL4aL1
— Gregorio Manzano (@grmanzano) January 27, 2016
Shanghai later confirmed the news via their official Weibo account following the midfielder’s successful medical in Spain, where the club have based their close-season training camp.
Guarin had made 16 appearances this season under Roberto Mancini at Inter but saw his role in the starting line-up come under threat following the arrivals of Geoffrey Kondogbia and Marcelo Brozovic.
The likes of Gervinho, who left Roma for Hebei China Fortune, and Ramires, who joined Jiangsu Suning from Chelsea, have completed big-money moves to China this month.