Chinese company join forces with Wansheng 8 million euros to acquire the Dutch team Hague or train domestic players

Chinese company join forces with Wansheng 8 million euros to acquire the Dutch team Hague or train domestic players
Beijing time, January 16, according to the Dutch “Telegraph” reported that the Chinese sports company Heli Wansheng has completed the acquisition of the Dutch team Hague, they spent 8 million euros to become the oldest Dutch clubshareholder.  In July last year, Heli Wansheng had reached an agreement with The Hague on the acquisition. During this period, the Hague repeatedly urged the other party to invest as soon as possible. Finally, in early 2015, Heli Wansheng took full power and injected more than 8 million euros into the team.In the next few days, the club’s director Feng Tan will leave for Beijing to complete the final formalities with Wang Hui, the general manager of Heli Wansheng, and then the club will issue an official announcement.Heli Wansheng’s acquisition of The Hague happens to be the 110th anniversary of the establishment of the Hague Club. After the completion of the acquisition, Heli Wansheng CEO Wang Hui will attend the team’s commemorative ceremony on January 31st local time.  Heli Wansheng is a company responsible for planning and promoting international sports events. It directly planned and organized the lottery ceremony for the 2004 Asian Cup, which was recognized and highly praised by the AFC.However, the most impressive thing for fans is the operation of the Italian Super Cup to the Bird’s Nest. In 2012, the company signed an agreement with the Spanish Football Association. China will host the Spanish Super Cup five times in the next 7 years.  According to reports, one of the factors for Heli Wansheng’s acquisition of The Hague Club is to promote the development of Chinese football. By holding overseas clubs, it aims to train Chinese players and coaches.(Sven is gone)