South Korea national soccer team frontline forward Hwang Ui-jo, 31, is looking to return to English Premier League club Nottingham Forest, but the club is not interested in him 먹튀검증.
Hwang played the full match against Suwon Samseong in the 19th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2023 Super Match at Suwon World Cup Stadium on April 24, helping the team to a 1-0 victory.
After the match, Hwang announced his return to the European stage. After the game, Hwang said, “I’m talking to Nottingham. I don’t know what the future holds, but I’ll have to think about it after my contract with Seoul ends.”
After joining Nottingham from the English Premier League last year, Hwang was immediately loaned out to Olympiakos in Greece, but did not get any playing time and was loaned back to FC Seoul this year. His contract with Seoul ends at the end of this month.
Hwang is hoping to return to Nottingham and make his English Premier League debut, but the club doesn’t seem to be interested in him.
Nottingham have not included him on their official roster. Nottingham lists the names and positions of eight players who have been loaned to other clubs, as well as the clubs to which they were loaned and the length of the loan, but Hwang is not listed.
Nottingham also lists their June A match performances, but Hwang is not listed. Hwang scored a brilliant individual goal against El Salvador on June 20, but Nottingham didn’t tell fans about it. On the other hand, Nottingham has a detailed list of players who didn’t score in the A-match, as well as those who came on as substitutes 토토사이트추천.
Nottingham’s indifference to Hwang Ui-jo, who is technically a club player, even though he has regained his goal-scoring touch, means that his return is not guaranteed. As a result, it’s possible that Hwang will continue to play for FC Seoul, either on loan or through a transfer.