Following last year’s national soccer midfielder Hwang In-beom, striker Hwang Eui-jo (31) joined hands after signing a short-term rental contract with the FC Seoul Hall for professional soccer this year.
It is also noteworthy why Europeans are heading to Seoul.
Hwang Ui-jo, who played in Europe, moved to Seoul on loan on the 5th and returned to the K-League after 6 years.
The narrowed position in the team had an effect. Hwang Eui-jo, who moved to Nottingham Forest (England) from Girondin Bordeaux (France), which was relegated to the second division in the transfer market last summer, was immediately loaned to Olympiacos (Greece) with the same owner.
However, contrary to expectations, life in the Greek league was not smooth.
He played in 12 official matches, but recorded only one assist without scoring.
To make matters worse, his performance declined due to an injury ahead of the Qatar World Cup last year, and he was pushed out as a substitute resource after starting in the first round of the group stage against Uruguay, being pushed by rookie Cho Kyu-seong (Jeonbuk) in the World Cup.
After all, even after the World Cup ended, Hwang Ui-jo’s position did not change.
However, Hwang Ui-jo, who was only allowed to transfer to the Spring and Autumn Festival (a schedule that starts in spring and ends around fall) according to FIFA regulations, decided to go to Seoul after struggling to advance to the United States and return to Korea.
The football world’s view is that Seoul is the perfect place for Hwang Eui-jo as a temporary residence for his re-entry into Europe.
I liked the offers from American clubs better, but I preferred outright transfers rather than leases, and I wanted the long term rather than the short term. If it gets tangled, 먹튀검증 it may block the way back to Europe.
On the other hand, Seoul already had a successful case of Hwang In-beom last year.
Hwang In-beom, who obtained free agent (FA) status in Rubin Kazan (Russia) due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, signed a short-term lease contract with Seoul when advancing to other leagues in Europe became difficult.