Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian have reportedly offered to purchase two million bottles of wine from Andres Iniesta in an attempt to lure him away from Barcelona.
The 33-year-old, who has spent his entire career at Camp Nou, was previously linked with a move to the Far East last summer and again in January.
In their latest attempt to prise the Spain international from his life-long club, The Sun reports that Tianjin will not only pay Iniesta £30m a year in wages, but also purchase a stock of wine from the company he owns.
Iniesta has produced wine in his homeland since 2010 at the Bodega Iniesta vineyard near Albacete.
Despite the rumoured mega-money offer, though, the midfielder only signed a “lifetime contract” with Barca last year and is unlikely to budge in the summer.