- Wolves to tour China in May.
- Club will face Changchun Yatai and an as yet unnamed European club.
- Dieter Hecking's men remain six points off the Champions League places.
VfL Wolfsburg have announced a six-day post-season tour of China upon the conclusion of their league campaign on 14 May.
The Wolves depart for the Far East on Monday 16 May, two days after their final game of the season at home to VfB Stuttgart, and will play two friendlies in the country, returning to German on 22 May.
This year will be the fourth time that Wolfsburg have toured China following trips in 2000, 2012 and 2014. On 18 May, Dieter Hecking's men will take on Chinese Super League side Changchun Yatai, before facing an as yet unnamed European side in the city of Zhuhai three days later.
The Lower Saxon club are currently eighth in the table and six points off the final UEFA Champions League spot ahead of this weekend's home game with FC Augsburg.