The tricky playmaker has struggled to adapt to Conte’s style of play this season and, as a result, has only featured on nine occasions for the club and hasn't made a Premier League start since the club’s defeat to Liverpool earlier this campaign.

Oscar has been subject to interest from the Far East in the past with Jiangsu Suning and Luiz Felipe Scolari’s club, Guangzhou Evergrande, both expressing the desire to sign the Brazil international.

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reports that the Brazilian midfielder will become the latest star to join the Chinese Super League following in the footsteps of former Chelsea midfielder Ramires, who left the club for Jiangsu Suning last season.

Oscar is expected to boost his salary to £350,000-a-week with Shanghai and should complete the move next month after finding first team opportunities hard to come by at Stamford Bridge under Antonio Conte.

The London Evening Standard reports that, when asked about the Spainard’s future at the club, Conte couldn’t guarantee that he would still be at the club come the end of next month’s window.

“In football, in my experience, it's very difficult to guarantee always something, so this is difficult," Conte said. He played a key match against Manchester City, and played very well.

In the last match (against West Brom) he came on very well during the game.

“Tomorrow I have still to decide the starting XI (to play Sunderland), but Cesc is always a good choice, for me.” Fabregas is reportedly wanted by Serie A giants AC Milan and Roma.

Carrier SDN projects are progressing from lab trials to commercial deployment, making assurance critical given unpredictable demand and traffic patterns of SDN networks.

New solution applies assurance (KPIs/analytics) to drive automated control of IP/optical networks, ensuring high-quality network and service performance .

Cisco announced 5,500 layoffs and indicated it is redirecting resources to software units, further indicating growing value of pure-play NFV software players.

Days after the social media giant introduced “Stories” format for its photo-sharing app Instagram that clones Snapchat’s popular feature, the social media giant is now testing a Facebook app that opens to a camera, encouraging users to capture and share content.

RDCM is in discussions with 9 CSPs, up from 5 a quarter ago.