Hwang Eui-jo (Olympiacos) is not being moderated by his team, and the possibility of returning to Korea is being predicted.
Greek media ‘SPORTDAY’ reported on the 27th (Korean time), “The most likely scenario for Hwang Eui-jo in the current situation is to return to Korea.”
South Korean striker Hwang Ui-jo left Bordeaux in the summer transfer window and moved to Nottingham Forest in the English Premier League, and then moved to Olympiacos in Greece on a season-long loan.
Hwang Eui-jo scored 11 goals in the French Ligue 1, the top 5 major leagues last season, and scored double digits for two consecutive seasons. struggling in the league.
He has yet to record his first goal of the season as he recorded only one assist in 12 appearances for Olympiacos. To make matters worse, he was virtually notified of being out of power as he was excluded from the list for 11 consecutive games in the league.
As the situation worsened, the possibility of Hwang Ui-jo leaving Olympiacos in the winter transfer market in January was raised.
The media said, “Hwang Eui-jo received a one-year loan offer from Minnesota United FC of the U.S. MLS (Major League Soccer).” 안전놀이터
“Currently, the most likely scenario is for Hwang Ui-jo to play in Korea until summer without dreaming of the ‘American Dream’ in MLS,” he added.
Since Hwang Eui-jo signed a contract with Nottingham Forest last summer, Nottingham are comfortable with him playing for a non-European club, whether in Korea or the United States, for six months and discussing his future in the transfer market this summer. In that respect, the MLS proposal is not a welcome proposal for Nottingham nor Hwang Eui-jo.
As a result, it seems that Hwang Ui-jo is turning the rudder to Korea, but in fact, several clubs in the K-League are reviewing a six-month contract with Hwang Ui-jo.
There are vacancies in the frontline striker centered on clubs in the metropolitan area, so Hwang Ui-jo, who has a lot of experience, is a very good recruitment target.
Hwang Eui-jo moved from Seongnam to Japan’s J-League Gamba Osaka in the summer of 2017, played for two years, played in Bordeaux for three years, and went to Olympiacos via Nottingham last summer.
If Hwang Ui-jo returns to Korea early this year, it will be a U-turn to the K-League after 5 years and 6 months.