Argentina international left Shanghai SIPG after Odil Ahmedov's arrival
In winter transfer window, Chinese Super League participants started to improve their squads with valuable and expensive players from foreign countries. But, big imports are leading to show the exit doors to some foreign players because of the limit for foreign players namely three of four players should be from any country around the world, where one of four players should be representative of Asian country.
After the arrival of Uzbekistan’s Odil Akhmedov, Brazilian Hulk and Oscar from EPL side Chelsea to Shanghai SIPG, a former Argentine youth international Dario Conca had to agree on the full season loan deal offered by the Brazilian club, Flamengo.
In 2011, Dario Conca had started to take part in Chinese Super league with Guangzhou Evergrande. During his three-year-long career in this club, he won all three titles in Chinese Super League, and become the champion of the Chinese FA Cup and Chinese FA Super Cup in 2012 and, gained the most prestigious champions in Asia, the AFC Champions League.
However, he had returned to his former club Fluminense and had played the full season before he joined to Shanghai SIPG in 2015. Conca appeared in 50 matches during his two-year-long career in Hong Kong’s SIPG side.