National striker Hwang Eui-jo (31), who rarely gets a chance to play in Olympiacos (Greece), is receiving attention from Minnesota United of the US Major League Soccer (MLS).
Italy’s Fabrizio Romano, a transfer expert, said on the 13th (Korean time), “Minnesota of the American Major League (MLS) officially proposed a scout to Nottingham Forest (England), the original team of the protest group whose lease with Olympiacos was terminated. did,” he said.
According to Romano, other than Minnesota, Korea’s FC Seoul, Japan’s Vissel Kobe, and MLS’ LA FC, Portland Timbers, Chicago Fire, and Vancouver Whitecaps are also interested in signing Hwang.
Hwang Eui-jo moved to Nottingham from Bordeaux (France) last summer and immediately transferred to Olympiacos on loan. However, his performance at Olympiacos was less than expected. Hwang Eui-jo played in 12 matches in all competitions this season, but failed to score a single goal and was sluggish.
Hwang Ui-jo, who was pushed back from the competition for starting position, made a substitute appearance in the Greek Cup round of 16 second leg match against Atromitos on the 12th, the previous day. It has been about two months since he played full-time in the Europa League group stage with Nantes (France) last year. However, Hwang Eui-jo, who entered the ground as a substitute in the 27th minute of the second half, could not do much. In the end, Hwang Ui-jo could not raise the attack point on this day either. 스포츠토토