Korea VS USA… ‘Transfer rumor’ Hwang Eui-jo’s destination?

Hwang Eui-jo, striker of the Korean national soccer team, is receiving attention from the Korean professional soccer K-League and the US Major League Soccer (MLS) team.

On the 31st (Korean time), transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano said on his social media, “Chicago, a member of MLS (American Major League Soccer), has made an offer to recruit Hwang Eui-jo from Olympiacos and his original team Nottingham Forest.” We are talking to each other to find an agreement.”

The number of MLS clubs that want Hwang Ui-jo has increased to three. Earlier, Atlanta and Minnesota showed interest in signing Hwang Ui-jo. Minnesota is the team that Hwang Ui-jo has been keeping an eye on since he was playing for Girondins Bordeaux, a French professional soccer team. 스포츠토토

Hwang Eui-jo has participated in a total of 12 official matches for Olympiacos this season, recording one assist without scoring. As he lost his place at Olympiacos, transfer rumors came out.

According to the Newsis report, it is virtually impossible for Hwang Eui-jo to transfer to another club in Europe. According to FIFA’s regulations on player transfers, a player can register with up to three clubs during one season. During this period, only two clubs can compete in official matches. Hwang Ui-jo played for Bordeaux and Olympiacos, so he can no longer play in European leagues.

To avoid this regulation, you have to go to a league that has a spring festival (from spring to fall) that does not overlap with European league schedules. The season is held in the United States, Korea, and Japan as typical spring and autumn festivals.

Because of this, there were also reports that he was contemplating a return to Korea with FC Seoul, a Korean professional soccer team. The fact that Hwang Eui-jo and Hwang In-beom have the same agent is one of the reasons why the Seoul rental rumor is weighted. Hwang In-beom played for a short time in Seoul before wearing the Greek Olympiacos uniform.

Meanwhile, Hwang Ui-jo’s ransom is estimated at 5.4 million dollars (about 6.7 billion won).

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