Tianjin media: the arms race between China and the Super League, which lasted for seven or eight years, finally began to cool down

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 Tianjin media: the arms race between China and the Super League, which lasted for seven or eight years, finally began to cool down


Shanghai ranked first with 63.7 million euros, followed by Guangzhou Evergrande with 59.65 million euros, and Guoan ranked third with 43.58 million euros. Luneng ranked fourth with 34.35 million euros. Dalian people and Jiangsu Suning ranked fifth and sixth with 31.7 million euros and 31.18 million euros respectively, and Tianjin TEDA ranked tenth with 14.95 million euros, which is close to Henan Jianye, ranked 11th, and Hebei Huaxia, ranked 12th, which indirectly confirmed TEDAs statement that last season the investment of opening up to the top 10, the seventh place in the league, is very successful.

At the end of the list, Chongqing Contemporary, Qingdao Yellow Sea, Shijiazhuang Yongchang and Tianjin Tianhai are all worth less than 10 million euros, among which Tianhai team ranks the last with 2.23 million euros. However, although the winter window of the season is closed, the Chinese Football Association plans to open a three-week transfer window for each club. It is believed that at that time, the lower ranked clubs will also take action. Tianhai left 13 players at one go, Luneng announced that 11 players left the team, Hebei Huaxia transferred 9 players, Evergrande and Guoan transferred 7 players respectively, Guangzhou Fuli and Shanghai Shenhua transferred 6 players respectively. These clubs that used to buy, buy and buy in the transfer market began to lose weight. In addition to Tianhai being affected by its own situation, it is really helpless. Perhaps from another perspective, it can be explained that the China Super War Arms Race which lasted for seven or eight years began to cool down, and the clubs investment tends to be pragmatic. Source: Tianjin daily Author: Zhao Rui editor in charge: Zhang Zenong, ns5732

At the end of the list, Chongqing Contemporary, Qingdao Yellow Sea, Shijiazhuang Yongchang and Tianjin Tianhai are all worth less than 10 million euros, among which Tianhai team ranks the last with 2.23 million euros. However, although the winter window of the season is closed, the Chinese Football Association plans to open a three-week transfer window for each club. It is believed that at that time, the lower ranked clubs will also take action.

Tianhai left 13 players at one go, Luneng announced that 11 players left the team, Hebei Huaxia transferred 9 players, Evergrande and Guoan transferred 7 players respectively, Guangzhou Fuli and Shanghai Shenhua transferred 6 players respectively. These clubs that used to buy, buy and buy in the transfer market began to lose weight. In addition to Tianhai being affected by its own situation, it is really helpless. Perhaps from another perspective, it can be explained that the China Super War Arms Race which lasted for seven or eight years began to cool down, and the clubs investment tends to be pragmatic.