On March 27, the Chinese Super League (CSL) outfit, Beijing Renhe, signed a deal with Beijing Zhao Dengyu School, with the goal of growing youth training in Beijing as well as seeking a new youth player fostering model.
Beijing Renhe is expected to send a professional coach squad to the school and introduce more advanced training support equipment for young players.
Additionally, the CSL club has plans to establish Under 14, Under 13 and Under 12 age group teams in the school. As of now, Beijing Renhe has set up 9 age group teams under its youth training model.
Meanwhile, a Chinese group, consisting of Renhe’s CSL rival Shanghai Shenhua and the China League One side Yanbian Fude has recently reached a cooperation deal with FK Voždovac, a Serbian SuperLiga club nicknamed as Zmajevi.
Under their deal, Zmajevi has agreed to provide professional training opportunities for talented young players from China, along with inviting China’s youth teams to receive training in their football academy. In the future, FK Voždovac has plans to play against Yanbian Fude in a China-based friendly. More importantly, the two sides will also work closely with coach training exchange programs and other aspects.
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