Wakaso decided to move from Spain to China in January and although it did not look promising at the time, he is better off in the coronavirus issue unlike Victoria which is recording a number of positive cases.
Victoria is one of the places in Spain with the highest concentration of those affected by coronaviruses. In Alavés alone, there are 15 cases, so Wakaso can say that he was lucky to leave the club on time.
Wakaso was a regular at Alavés earlier in the season. The club wanted to renew his contract but the player refused so they sold him to Jiangsu Suning for three million euros .
If they had chosen to keep him, they would have seen him go for free at the end of the season.
Alaves currently has three first team members who have tested positive for the virus and the Ghanaian would feel that he made a narrow escape. China has seen a huge reduction in cases and an increase in recoveries.