That is a huge blow for the likes of former Chelsea star Oscar, who is currently reported to be earning a huge wage of £18.87m a year at Shanghai SIPG. He is also a member of Brazil’s national team. The statistic shows a ranking of football players in the Chinese Super League based on weekly salary in 2020. Oscar, 29, from Brazil Shanghai SIPG, since 2016 Attacking Midfield Market value: €16.00m * Sep 9, 1991 in Americana, Brazil Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1991, Oscar dos Santos Emboaba is an attacking midfielder and winger for Chelsea of the Premier League. The Chelsea midfielder’s £60million move… Oscar is a soccer player from Americana, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Attacking midfielder born Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junior, who signed with Chelsea F.C. It's startling to say the least, as he's still only 28, but it may not be too long before Oscar is back on the radar, thanks to the Chinese Super League's brand spanking new salary cap. Oscar made his debut for Brazil in 2011, while he was on the books of Internacional in his homeland. A high-profile switch to Chelsea was made in … in 2012 after two seasons with Brazil’s Sport Club Internacional. Ex-Prem stars including former Chelsea midfielder Oscar, ex-Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, Mark… Oscar is reportedly set to be paid £20 million a year after tax when he makes his likely January move from Chelsea to Chinese club Shanghai SIPG.. Oscar rose to popularity during his five years with Chelsea, but in 2017 he made a surprising decision to sign with Shanghai SIPG of the Chinese Super … Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Net Worth and salary: Oscar dos Santos Emboaba is a Brazilian football player who has a net worth of $70 million. He joined the Brazilian national team in 2011. OSCAR is set to become the third highest paid player in the world earning an astonishing £400,000-a-week if he completes his staggering move to China. … Under the Italian tax code, Italian-sourced income, like the salary Ronaldo earns playing for Juve, is taxed at an ordinary top rate of 43%. THE CHINESE Super League faces a player exodus after announcing massive salary cuts.