‘Birth of another European’ Park Ji-soo, Portuguese Portimonense ‘blitz transfer’

Meanwhile, calls came from Europe. He showed interest in recruiting Park Ji-soo from Turkey and Portugal. He turned to Europe, which had been his dream, instead of the Asian stage, which promised a huge amount. Portimonense, who was looking for a defender, was active. Former coach Paulo Bento also actively recommended it. Park Ji-soo, who had a dream of a big league, chose to challenge Europe without delay, and among them, he chose the Portuguese stage. 메이저사이트

Park Ji-soo is a positional player. Park Ji-soo, who joined Incheon United in 2013 amid much anticipation as a native of Incheon youth, suffered a shock release without playing a single game. Park Ji-soo, who wandered to the point of considering his retirement, wore the FC Uijeongbu uniform of the K3 League, which corresponds to the 4th division in 2014. Park Ji-soo, who showed potential, moved to Gyeongnam FC in 2015 and returned to the K-League. Park Ji-su, who immediately became the nucleus of Gyeongnam’s defense, led the team’s promotion in 2017 and was selected as the K-League 2 Best 11.

In 2018, his skills were in full bloom. In particular, the ceremony of resentment after scoring the winning goal against Incheon drew a lot of attention. Park Ji-soo, who was also fierce in the K-League 1, boarded the Bento with a surprise card at the time. In recognition of his performance, he transferred to Guangzhou Hengda, which had left Kim Young-kwon at the time. The transfer fee alone exceeded 2 billion won. Park Ji-soo showed a good appearance in China, led the team to victory, and steadily posted his name on the national team.

Another European faction was born. ‘National team defender’ Park Ji-soo (29) advances to the Portuguese Primera Liga.

An official familiar with the European transfer market said, “Park Ji-soo is moving to Portimonense in the Portuguese first division. The contract period is one and a half years, and an announcement will be made soon.” According to this official, Park Ji-soo has now moved to Portugal and has completed a medical test. When the final signing is completed, Park Ji-soo will become the ninth Korean player to cross the stage in Portugal.

Park Ji-soo was one of the hidden big fish in this transfer market. Park Ji-soo, who finished his military service by discharging Sangmu from Gimcheon in December, obtained a free agent (FA) status as his original team, Guangzhou FC, suffered financial difficulties. In an era when high-quality center backs are rare, many teams showed interest when an active national team defender came to the market as a free agent. K-League teams, as well as overseas such as China and the Middle East, sent love calls. Huge offers followed.

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