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After billionaire Zhang Jindong's Suning group took a majority stake in Italy's Inter Milan Monday, here are five other Chinese investments in European football clubs:Asia's richest man Wang Jianlin got the ball rolling when he grabbed 20 percent of Spain's Atletico Madrid in January last year, the first mainland Chinese investment in a top European football club. The real estate tycoon's Wanda Group paid 45 million euros ($51 million) for the stake in Atletico, who finished runners-up to city rivals Real in last month's Champions League final.Chinese energy firm CEFC acquired a majority stake of nearly 60 percent in the Czech First League team last September.
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