Frank Acheampong’s club Tianjin TEDA risk going bankrupt

Published on: 02 March 2021
Frank Acheampong’s club Tianjin TEDA risk going bankrupt
TIANJIN, CHINA - JULY 11: Frank Acheampong #7 of Tianjin Teda looks at the ball during the 17th round match of 2019 Chinese Football Association Super League (CSL) between Tianjin Teda and Guangzhou Evergrande at Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium on July 11, 2019 in Tianjin, China. (Photo by Visual China Group via Getty Images/Visual China Group via Getty Images)

Following the dissolving of Chinese Super League champions Jiangsu Suning, reports reaching are indicating that Tianjin TEDA could be the next club as they risk going bankrupt.

The owners of Jiangsu Suning after struggling to get buyers in the midst of challenging financial times have decided to dissolve the club, its women’s team, as well as all youth teams.

"We have been looking for a buyer for six months and have tried with the greatest care to transfer the capital of the club," a club statement has said.

The statement adds, "Despite the departure of several players and the support of the supporters, we have to announce the end of the club today. Too many elements that were impossible for the club to control followed each other."

Meanwhile, it appears Jiangsu Suning is not the only club that has faced financial challenges.

According to, Tianjin TEDA where Ghana’s Frank Acheampong plays also risks going bankrupt.

The club is reportedly facing a huge debt and could take the same path as Jiangsu Sunning.