The Chinese bubble will probably burst in ten years, but in the meantime it's a good way to get rid of all the money-grabbing cunts from our football.
I'm interested how Chinese league progresses, as they've only in last few years started teaching more kids football by a factor of many. Players like Tevez, Witzel and Oscar may be mercenaries, but the quality of signings is more young and ambitious players.
I think generally when countries have tried to grow their leagues by big name signings have been unsuccessful, US have tried several times, Russia, Middle East leagues have all had a go at raising the profile. But interest is expensive to arouse and difficult to grow and sustain. But I think there is something different about China, I don't think this will be a short term aim they will lose interest with. I think they are intent on developing domestic players and have deep enough pockets to get there.https://wildeastfootball.net/2017/01/chinese-fa-over-ruled-by-goverment-as-foreign-player-limit-abruptly-cut-to-three/
No idea how competitive the league is, and I imagine the foreign players still stick out like sore thumbs. But I do think limiting foreign players to 3, will mean Chinese players are protected and therefore worse for it.