Chinese top clubs can not stack to the next season because of debts

Китайские топ-клубы могут недопустить к следующему сезону из-за долгов

It seems that the tale of Chinese football is coming to an end.

Defending champion China’s Guangzhou Evergrande and other top clubs in the country SIPG (Shanghai), Shanghai Shenhua and other risk of not getting a permit for the next season of the championship.

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The reason for a possible rejection from 13 clubs in the Chinese super League high of salary arrears to the players.

Clubs are required to repay the debt before August 15 and send documentary evidence of the Chinese football Association (CFA).

The representative of the state Agency on Affairs of sports of China has outlined plans to limit the spending of clubs for the purchase of players and discourage inappropriate spending of funds.

It is worth noting that in 2016-17 the Chinese super League clubs spent 542,15 million euros for transfers.

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