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Kwon Chang-hoon moves from Suwon to Jeonbuk as a free agent “I am deeply grateful to Jeonbuk and will definitely repay them”

Professional soccer K League 1 side Jeonbuk Hyundai has signed international midfielder Kwon Chang-hoon, 30, as a free agent.

“We have signed Kwon Chang-hoon as a free agent,” Jeonbuk announced on July 7.

Kwon returned to Korea after playing for 안전카지노사이트 Suwon Samsung (2013-2016), Dijon FCO (2017-2019-France), and SC Freiburg (2019-2021-Germany). He played for his hometown team Suwon Samsung until last year.

According to Jeonbuk, “Kwon Chang-hoon is a top star who has been recognized for his football skills in South Korea from an early age.”

Kwon has represented South Korea at all levels of the national soccer team, from the 2012 U-19 AFC Championship to the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup, the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. He has also played 144 matches in the K League.

Jeonbuk said, “Kwon is a player whose greatest strength is his sharp left-footed kick, as well as his individual skills to break through the opponent’s defense with his daring play.” “He needs some time for rehabilitation, but ‘the real thing is how to recognize the real thing. He has a lot of talent and I firmly believe that he will make a comeback in Jeonbuk.”

Jeonbuk will work with the best soccer team physicians and medical teams in Korea to ensure Kwon’s quick return to the field.

“After much thought, I decided to join Jeonbuk,” said Kwon, who will be the new heart of Jeonju. It was a very important decision in my soccer life,” he said. “I am deeply grateful to Jeonbuk for their consideration and I will definitely repay them. I will prove my worth by myself,” he said sincerely.

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