Tianjin Media: The new season of the Chinese Super League will start in mid-April at the earliest, and it is still unknown how many teams will participate
January 14 According to a report from “Tianjin Daily”, the new season of the Chinese Super League will start in mid-April at the earliest.
However, how many teams will eventually participate is still unknown.
If there is no accident, the Chinese Super League will resume the normal start time and fully restore the home and away system in the new season.
However, some clubs are currently suffering from wage arrears, shareholding reform and other issues. The Chinese Football Association has postponed the date of resolving wage arrears. As long as the voucher is submitted before January 31, they can pass the customs.
Even so, how many teams will appear in the Super League in the new season is still unknown from the current point of view.
It is reported that the new season of the Chinese Super League will not kick off until mid-April at the earliest.
At present, the latest team to experience wage arrears is the Shenzhen team.
Due to arrears of salary and part of the transfer fee, the Shenzhen team has been banned by the Chinese Football Association from registering new players.
Although there are new investors in contact, the Shenzhen team’s huge debt of up to 3.5 billion yuan is still prohibitive.