SportsTalk October 17 According to the “Daily News” report, including some Chinese Super League clubs owned by state-owned enterprises, no Chinese Super League club will have an easy time next season.
Recently, there is news that the Jinmen Tigers’ three-year trusteeship period is coming to an end and will operate independently next season and face operational pressure. It is understood that no Chinese Super League club will have an easy time next season, and the same will be true for some state-owned clubs. It is not that the Tianjin Tigers are under pressure. The Jinmen Tigers Club has tried every means to attract investment this season, has been careful in budgeting, and has achieved some results. However, some difficulties cannot be solved by its own efforts and require help from many parties.
According to information released by the administrator of Dezhuan China, after the end of this season, the Jinmen Tigers will have as many as double-digit players. The contracts have expired, including four foreign players who have played for two seasons. It is reported that the Jinmen Tigers can only start renewing the contracts of some players whose contracts have expired after confirming new investments. Individual players need to give up their original high salaries.
In fact, the Tianjin Tigers have started planning for next season very early, including using their outstanding performance this season to prepare for next season. “Having a Better Life” lays the foundation. Under the premise of two-way selection, if the players whose contracts have expired are willing to stay, I believe there will be good results.