Where is the destination of ‘World Cup Star’ Cho Gyu-seong (24, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)? The Scottish Celtic FC transfer is likely, centered on multiple local media outlets in the UK.
On the 21st (Korean time), Scotland’s leading media ‘Daily Record’ said, “Korean striker Cho Kyu-seong is at the top of Celtic coach Ange Postecoglu’s transfer wish list.” A new contract may be made at Parkhead (home stadium) in time for Christmas “he said.
It is known that Australian coach Postecoglu strongly wants Cho Kyu-sung.
He is famous for being good at Asian football and respecting Asian players because he directed Japanese professional football Yokohama Marinos from 2018 to last summer. After he joined Celtic, he actively recruited and used Japanese players.
Currently, only five Japanese players are playing for Celtic: Kyogo Furuhashi, Yuki Kobayashi, Yosuke Ideguchi, Daizen Maeda, and Leo Hatate.
In addition, coach Postecoglu noticed the performance of Cho Kyu-sung, who played in the Asian Champions League (ACL) 스포츠토토 during his tenure at Yokohama, and is known to have actively jumped into the recruitment process with his World Cup performance as an opportunity.
Previously, reporter Dean Johnson, who is well versed in the European transfer market active in the British sports media ‘Give Me Sports’, also reported that Postecoglu coach Cho Kyu-seong desperately wants him and that Cho Kyu-sung’s team, Jeonbuk, is preparing a transfer plan. .
If Cho Kyu-sung’s transfer to Celtic becomes visible, he will become the third Korean player after Ki Sung-yueng (FC Seoul) Cha Doo-ri and Maeda,
In the current situation, Celtic seems strong, but Min-jae Kim (Napoli)’s former team, Turkiye Fenerbahce, is also being discussed. Cho Kyu-seong completed his military service in September of this year and has removed all obstacles to his overseas transfer.
Cho Kyu-seong, who made his professional debut at FC Anyang in the K-League 2 in 2019, scored 14 goals in 33 matches and was recognized for his potential, and wore a Jeonbuk Hyundai uniform ahead of the 2020 season. That year, he contributed to the team winning the K-League 1 and the FA Cup, and enlisted in Kim Cheon Sangmu (Army Sports Corps).
This season, Kim Chun and Jeonbuk Hyundai scored 17 league goals to become the top scorer in the K-League 1.