▶The work started while communicating with foreign partners from the beginning of last year. I thought there would be better opportunities for players after the World Cup. He also showed his intention early on to the Jeonbuk club. Jeonbuk conveyed their intention that if they performed well during the World Cup and came up with a decent offer, they could send it to them. He said Europe could be better for the cause. The club made full-fledged preparations by sending a message that it would be willing to help for the player’s future in Europe.
– What criteria did you set?
▶There were five major ones. The first was ‘Europe’. Second, the player wanted ‘a club where I can play competitively’. The third was ‘the club the manager wants’, and the fourth was to exclude teams in the relegation zone. The last was the transfer fee. Jeonbuk said, ‘You have to send it at your own price to receive treatment and help the players’, and we took it for granted as well. In the case of the transfer fee, it may not be easy to pay at once, so we coordinated by splitting it into two. We found a team that met all of these criteria. We checked each country and even contacted them directly, but there were not many teams that could meet all these requirements. Offers came from Hungary or Austria, but we had no intention of sending them. In this way, all teams that did not meet the conditions before being delivered to the players in the first place were excluded. If we blindly accept everything, it is rather difficult to work. As a result, the team was compressed.
-If you look at the foreign media, you are connected to a lot of different countries.
▶In the beginning, there was a lot of talk about Turkiyeh, but maybe it was because the country’s internal economic situation was not good, there were no actual offers. I contacted Besiktas with coach Senol Gunes, who is personally close to him, and he said that he was looking for a defender, and Galatasaray and Fenerbahce did not receive offers, unlike my article in Turkiye. As it is known in Scotland, Celtic wanted it, and in Germany, Mainz, Cologne, and Monchengladbach showed interest. In the case of Cologne, they even held a video conference with us. Cologne also wanted to talk to the player, but I remember that we blocked it because it was not right before the official offer came. In the United States, Minnesota was connected, and in Italy, two clubs, including Spezia, contacted me. He said he would send an official offer, but the player didn’t show much interest, so he put it on hold. I received a call from Spain today. They said that the two clubs are preparing offers. One team said they wanted to bring them in the winter and the other in the summer, and since Jeonbuk was training in Spain, it was easy to approach, so we responded. In the case of Japan, there was a proposal for a long time, but it was abandoned here.
– There was also an EPL talk.
▶There was interest, but there was no actual offer. 헤라카지노 The required work permit score is 15 points, but Cho Kyu-seong scored 13 points. 2 points were missing. In order to obtain a work permit, the opposing team had to take active measures.
-So, the last teams mentioned were Celtic, Minnesota, and Mainz.
▶The teams that sent meaningful offers were Celtic, Minnesota, and Mainz. Celtic was contacted through a collaborating agent and worked for a long time. Our international staff continued to communicate with the club officials and the president. Celtic’s first proposal was not at a level that Jeonbuk was satisfied with, but they even sent a letter saying that if Jeonbuk sent a player, Jeonbuk would meet all the conditions they wanted. So, I sent my intention to include the cell-on clause. This part was not included in the official letter. If Jeonbuk said they would send a player, they decided to send a letter containing this information again. Celtic was the most active. The director even wanted a video call. Our staff translated and even talked directly to the players.
“The choice is ultimately up to the player.”
‘Cho Kyu-sung’s key officials’ directly conveyed the whole story of ‘Cho Kyu-sung’s saga’. Cho Kyu-seong was the best ‘hot guy’ this winter. Cho Kyu-seong, who proved his star performance and skills at the 2022 Qatar World Cup, said, “I want to challenge Europe.” Love calls from overseas clubs continued for Cho Kyu-sung, who showed potential. In this regard, reports from domestic as well as foreign media poured in. Fans, as well as the players themselves, were confused by different stories every day. Cho Kyu-seong, who had been struggling between winter and summer transfers, moved to Spain, the winter training camp for Jeonbuk Hyundai. Neither the club nor the players have announced 100% official, but it seems that the strands are being caught by the retention. Yoon Ki-young, CEO of InfoKorea, who is the chairman of the Korea Sports Agents Association and the official representative of Cho Kyu-sung, told Sports Chosun, “There have been reports that are different from the facts regarding the transfer of Cho Kyu-sung. I wanted to correct the facts and inform the fans of the accurate facts.” told in detail. There were many facts different from the story we knew.