Socceroos defenders Trent Sainsbury and Ryan McGowan are on the verge of signing with Chinese Super League clubs, according to reports.
Sainsbury, 24, is expected to leave PEC Zwolle for Chinese FA Cup winners Jiangsu Suning after two years in the Eredivisie, while McGowan, 26, is set for a second stint in China.
The Dundee United centre-back is reportedly on the cusp of signing with Henan Jianye having played for Shandong Luneng in in 2013 and 2014.
McGowan has played 34 Scottish Premiership matches for Dundee United since joining the club a year ago, while Sainsbury has racked up 28 appearances in the Dutch top flight, having signed with Zwolle from Central Coast Mariners in January 2014.
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