Ghanaian international Mubarak Wakaso is set to begin his Jiangsu Suning career after leaving Ghana for China on Thursday in a private jet. The Black Stars player is heading to China for the first time since signing for first-tier side Jiangsu Suning F.C. Wakaso has been in Ghana all the while due to the coronavirus pandemic. Finally getting to make the trip back to China will come as a huge relief to him.
The Chinese Super League will kick off on Saturday, July 25, five months later than scheduled with 16 teams split into two groups as part of strict epidemic control measures. Eight teams will be based in a single hotel in Dalian and play their matches in the northeastern city, while the other eight will follow the same format in Suzhou, near Shanghai. All matches will be played behind closed doors. Wakaso, 29, will join compatriots Emmanuel Boateng and Frank Acheampong in the Chinese topflight. By Juliet Bawuah|3news.com|Ghana]]>View this post on Instagram