The First Division's 'musical chairs' continues, with Sing Tao likely to gain financial support from former Golden president Simon Wan Chi-lok next season. Wan, who left Golden at the end of the 1995-96 season, is expected to replace chairman Ng Chung, who has expressed his wish to retire from his present post. The elite teams' bosses are also swapping clubs next season, with Sing Tao team manager Koon Wing-yee joining Uhlsport-Rangers chairman Lam Tai-fai at Happy Valley, and Happy Valley director Jimmy Liang Ting and chairman Martin Hong Po-kui heading over to Rangers. Hong will also lend financial support to champions Instant-Dict, while Eastern secretary and national team director Peter Leung Shou-chi will take up his manager's post with South China. Wan said yesterday he had had discussions with the club management, saying: 'I was talking to Mr Ng one day and he invited me to join Sing Tao as he wants to retire. He wants somebody to take care of the club. 'I am still considering the invitation. 'I am going to meet Mr Ng in the next few days and will make a decision as soon as possible.' Ng is expected to remain the honourable president of the club, but will reduce his involvement in the daily operation of the Tigers. Wan is believed to have a verbal agreement with some local players, including Golden and national midfielder Chiu Chung-man, and defenders Leung Shing-kit and Lee Fuk-wing, who will follow him to Sing Tao at the end of this season. But he added he might not retain the expatriates in the current Sing Tao squad.