Why Hwang Ui-jo has no choice but to leave Europe this season

Hwang Eui-jo (31), the representative striker of the Korean men’s soccer team, is having an unusually cold winter. Due to FIFA rules, he can no longer play in Europe this season.

Fabrizio Romano, an expert on the European transfer market, said on the 15th (Korean time) that Hwang Eui-jo, whose life in Greece has virtually ended, will be the next destination for five American Major League Soccer (MLS) clubs, professional football K League 1 FC Seoul, and Vissel Kobe (Japan). predicted to be able to choose.

Hwang Eui-jo stepped on the European stage in 2019. Recognized for his skills with the Korean national team, he became a member of the French Ligue 1 En Bordeaux at Gamba Osaka (Japan). He showed competitiveness by running a double-digit score alone in Bordeaux, a team in the lower half of the league. However, as Bordeaux was relegated to the second division last season, Hwang Ui-jo sought a transfer.

Several destinations were discussed, but Hwang Eui-jo, who sought to advance to the English professional football Premier League (EPL), joined hands with the ‘promoted team’ Nottingham Forest. But he couldn’t play straight away in the EPL. This is why he transferred to Nottingham on the condition of a loan transfer to the prestigious Greek Olympiacos immediately after his transfer. That’s how he nested in Olympiacos, but he was not guaranteed a chance to play. His injury, sluggishness, and other bad news overlapped, and his position in the team was completely lost. This is why Romano predicted that he would leave Greece. 토토사이트

You need to find a new team. The original team cannot return to Nottingham. impossible by regulation. Hwang Eui-jo has already played for two teams in one season with Bordeaux and Olympiacos. According to FIFA rules, up to three teams are not allowed. This is the reason why he got involved with the US, Korea, Japan, etc.

Players can register in the MLS, K-League, and J-League, which operate the Spring and Autumn Festival, not the European leagues operated by the Chunchun system. Minnesota United, LA FC, Portland Timbers, Chicago Fire (USA), Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada), Seoul, Kobe, and other teams that want strikers plan to use Hwang’s situation to strengthen their strength.

However, unlike Romano’s report, a domestic return is not likely. The Seoul side showed a cautious reaction, saying, “There was no official proposal from the club, and there was no contact from Hwang Eui-jo.”

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