Nottingham local newspaper, “MLS Minnesota, official offer to recruit Hwang Eui-jo”

 Hwang Eui-jo (31, Olympiacos) is receiving interest from American MLS clubs, including FC Seoul.

The Nottingham Post, a local newspaper in Nottingham, England, announced on the 13th (Korean time) that “there are 7 clubs that want forgotten player Hwang Eui-jo.”

South Korean national striker Hwang Ui-jo left Girondins de Bordeaux in August 2022 and moved to Nottingham Forest in the Premier League. Immediately after the transfer, Hwang Eui-jo went on loan to Olympiacos in Greece.

Hwang’s life at Olympiacos was not easy. He appeared as a substitute in the Greek Cup round of 16 against Atromitos on the 12th, but this was a match he played in two months wearing his team’s uniform.

Hwang Eui-jo only played in 5 league matches and 6 matches in the UEFA Europa League, and has not scored a single goal. He recently failed to compete for the starting spot as he was left off the roster for nine consecutive league matches. 카지노

The Nottingham Post said, “There are 7 transfer proposals for Hwang Eui-jo. Minnesota United of the US Major League Soccer (MLS) made an official offer, and teams based in Los Angeles, Portland, and Chicago, as well as many clubs such as Atlanta United and Vancouver, and Korea’s FC Seoul and Japan’s Vissel Kobe also showed interest.”

The media said, “In particular, Minnesota wanted to sign Hwang Ui-jo by paying 4 million pounds (about 6.1 billion won) before Nottingham hired Hwang Eui-jo. We have made an offer,” he said.

Also, according to the report, Minnesota’s technical director Mark Watson said, “We wanted Hwang Ui-jo, but his situation was complicated at the time. We had a lot of discussions and one thing was certain, there were many names on the recruiting list.” He said he wanted it.

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