The ‘Middle East wind’ is blowing in the professional soccer K-League as well. This is because Korean players are heading to Middle Eastern countries one after another in the transfer market this summer.온라인카지노
Kim Moon-hwan (28) left Jeonbuk Hyundai and built a new nest in Alduhail, Qatar. On the 24th (Korean time), Al Duhail announced on their homepage, “We have recruited Kim Moon-hwan from Jeonbuk, who won the top twice in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL).” He then introduced, “Kim Moon-hwan is a player who can play as a right fullback and midfielder.” Kim Moon-hwan is the second Korean player to join Alduhail after Nam Tae-hee. Kim Moon-hwan’s contract period is known to be two years.
Kim Moon-hwan, who had a professional life at Busan I-Park in 2017, drew attention by being selected as the ‘K League 2 (2nd division) Best 11’ twice in a row in 2018 and 2019. In 2021, he left Busan and moved to LACF in the US Major League Soccer (MLS), where he scored 1 goal and 1 assist in 28 games. Then, in March of last year, he moved his enemy to Jeonbuk.
Kim Moon-hwan was active as a national representative and received a lot of attention from the people. He was selected for the men’s soccer team led by coach Paulo Bento and participated in the 2022 Qatar World Cup, contributing to Korea’s advance to the round of 16.
Earlier, Park Yong-woo (30) of Ulsan Hyundai also made a ‘surprising’ transfer to Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the 17th. Al Ain said on social network service (SNS) that “Park Yong-woo passed the medical test and agreed on all the details necessary for the contract.” Park Yong-woo immediately joined the training camp in Spain and started adapting to the team.
Park Yong-woo made his professional debut in 2015 through FC Seoul. Later, after transferring to Ulsan in 2017, he enlisted in Gimcheon Sangmu in 2020, completed his military service, and returned to Ulsan in 2021. He scored 8 goals and 4 assists in 232 K-League career games.
Park Yong-woo was selected for the men’s soccer team after being called by coach Jurgen Klinsmann last month. He played in both friendly matches against Peru and El Salvador. However, right before he was selected for the national team, he was on the cutting board due to a ‘racism controversy’ with some Ulsan players through social media comments. He was fined 15 million won and suspended for one game by the Korea Professional Football Federation.