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Emirati champions Al Ain signed Dutch winger Ryan Babel Wednesday, while Guangzhou Evergrande closed in on Brazil's Robinho as the money-spinning battle between Chinese and Middle Eastern clubs for foreign talent gathered pace.The 28-year-old Dutch international winger and former Ajax Amsterdam and Liverpool player joined Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan and South Korea's Lee Myung-joo at the wealthy Abu Dhabi club.Arabian Gulf League rules permit four foreigners in each side and Al Ain had been tipped to fill the quota with either Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel, 28, or 25-year-old Brazilian Fellipe Bastos from Gremio.Current Brazil forward Robinho, 31, formerly of Real Madrid and AC Milan, appears to be the next Guangzhou arrival under World Cup-winning coach Luiz Felipe Scolari despite reported interest from Abu Dhabi's Bani Yas.
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