British media “Celtic-Suwon agreement… Oh Hyun-gyu, transfer within a few days”

 Suwon Samsung striker Oh Hyun-kyu has been able to shake off the disappointment of not playing at the 2022 Qatar World Cup by going abroad.

Britain’s ‘Sky Sports’ reported on the 23rd (Korean time), “Scotland’s Celtic have agreed to sign Oh Hyun-kyu from Suwon for a transfer fee of 2.5 million pounds (approximately 3.8 billion won).”

The media added, “Oh Hyun-gyu verbally agreed to personal terms and is expected to finalize the transfer within a few days.”

Celtic, a prestigious Scottish professional soccer team well-known to Korean soccer fans for their outstanding performances of Doo-Ri Cha of the International Football Federation (FIFA) and Sung-Yeong Ki (of FC Seoul), showed interest in Hyun-Kyu Oh even before the World Cup in Qatar.

Suwon declared that it was impossible to transfer Oh Hyun-gyu, who has emerged as the main attacking force of the team, but Celtic’s continuing courtship and the player’s willingness to go abroad seem to have decided to transfer in the end. 온라인바카라

Oh Hyeon-kyu, who had signed a semi-professional contract with Suwon while attending Maetango High School, quickly solved the military service problem by joining Sangmu. Oh Hyun-gyu, who recorded 7 goals and 3 assists in 38 games in two seasons at Sangmu, scored 13 goals, the most in the team, in Suwon last year after being discharged. In particular, he played a big role in the promotion playoffs against FC Anyang, contributing to the team’s remaining in the first division.

Oh Hyun-kyu, who showed outstanding performances in the league, was not included in the final roster for the Qatar World Cup, but was selected as a reserve member and was recognized for his skills while training in Qatar with the national team led by coach Paulo Bento.

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