The health of the Chinese striker Wu Lei “much improved”

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The health of the Chinese striker Wu Lei, who contracted Covid-19 in Spain in March, has greatly improved, according to Yao Fei, charge d’affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Spain on Saturday.

Wu, La Liga side RCD Espanyol Spain, is the only Chinese football player overseas playing. It was revealed to have been infected with the virus on March 21, three days after the club announced six members of the club staff tested positive.

In a weekly video statement released by Wu Wednesday, Wu said he has not gone to a second nucleic acid test that Spain just beginning to see the outbreak of coronavirus slowdown.

“I feel like I recovered, but I did not go to do another test,” said Wu in the emptiedo. “I started training recovery, including spinning at home, jogging and strenformation GTH. But I really miss playing football on the field. “

The pandemic coronavirus has also forced other international Chinese take a special training session abroad since the beginning of March, when they were supposed to prepare for 2022 World Cup qualifying games.

the team was dispersed on Monday after spending a quarantine period of 14 days in Sanya, south China province of Hainan. earlier, they traveled Dubai, with no reading skills of the national team of course.

Li Tie, head coach of the national team of Chinese football, said CTCV Sport Friday a training session will probably be held in May, but behind closed doors.

Li also got his one-year contract with the national team, which was to end in June extended for an indefinite period, Beijing Youth Daily reported Saturday.

While the situation in China Relieves coronavirus, the talks were swirling when the league matches could be played. But the State Council, China’s cabinet, said Thursday that large-scale sporting events will not resume for the time being due to security concerns.

Nearly half of foreign players in the Chinese Super League (CSL) are not yet back to China because of new restrictions on the entSOE strangers that were imposed from March 28

In ADDITION, before departure, scheduled to begin in February, CSL clubs should reduce player salaries this season -. a move that many world famous clubs make to offset the financial impact of the pandemic spread

Mao Jiale, a Chengdu-commentator based sports, said wage cuts are reasonable that the league must also maintain “in good financial health. “

” Some high spending skyrocketing CSL clubs made it harder for smaller clubs to survive in the league, “Mao told the Global Times Saturday. “A general reduction in wages will help the smaller teams survive and make thea more balanced league. “

The CSL has long been accused of hosting many highly paid international stars. Club CSL Tianjin Tianhai struggle to maintain their CSL berth as the great expense of his predecessor Quanjian left a big gap to fill club.


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