Hwang Eui-jo, who missed competition in Greece, is interested in two American MLS teams

Hwang Ui-jo, a striker on the Korean national team, is being talked about going to the United States.

According to Greek media To10’s report on the 12th (Korean time), Atlanta United and Minnesota United sent an official proposal to Hwang Ui-jo.

After moving to Nottingham Forest in the English Premier League (EPL) last summer, Hwang Eui-jo was loaned to Olympiacos FC, which is owned by the same owner.

However, it was not easy to compete for the starting position in Greece. He has not started in the Greek Superliga Elada this season and has recorded only one assist without scoring in the league. Fortunately, he participated in six matches of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League.

Hwang Ui-jo was Hwang Ui-jo, who enjoyed his heyday at Girondins Bordeaux in French Ligue 1 before moving to Nottingham. He scored 23 goals and 5 assists in 68 appearances between the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 seasons.

He also solidified his position as a key striker under coach Paulo Bento, but at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, he came as a substitute in three matches, except for Uruguay. He didn’t score a goal. 바카라사이트

He, who challenged the EPL, is reeling after renting in Greece. While there is a high possibility of finding a way out in the transfer market this winter, attention is being paid to his destination.

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