Eddie Howe expects more players to depart the Premier League for the cash on give inside the Chinese Super League.
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has admitted Chinese investment could possess a important impact on the Premier League.
The Premier League has already observed players like Paulinho and Ramires move directly in the English top-flight to China from Tottenham and Chelsea respectively and Howe mentioned he expected to view far more in the same in the coming seasons.
"It is early days but, moving forward, they'll possibly continue to invest huge revenue and players is going to be attracted there so it could make it additional challenging for clubs to recruit," he told the Day-to-day Echo.
"It will be interesting to find out the Premier League have a competitor simply because it has mainly dominated when it comes to transfer fees and the revenue tv brings.
"They are certainly possessing a go and attracting some significant names."
In discussing his personal transfer plans moving forward, the Bournemouth boss said he would continue to look locally just before seeking out overseas players.
"Although the January window has closed, [the recruitment department's] part does not alter," he added.
"They are regularly searching, attempting to uncover the next player which will make a distinction for us.
"Whether that search is as widespread because it is for other clubs, I’m not certain. We’ve had a philosophy of going for mainly domestic players with one or two from the foreign marketplace.
"Our net is not cast as wide because it is at a good deal of Premier League clubs but I think at this stage in our progression, that is where it wants to become.
"That’s down to my beliefs and these with the club in terms of exactly where we need to appear for players.
"Of course, you will find only a great number of bodies inside the recruitment department, it can be somewhat new and we do not have an abundance of folks so with that in mind, you can not appear at all the nations across Europe or the globe."