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Rush to Japan by Korean GKs… Hanbin Yang transfers to Cerezo Osaka

Goalkeeper Yang Han-bin left FC Seoul and headed for the J-League in Japan.

Cerezo Osaka said on the 7th, “Goalkeeper Yang Han-bin has completely transferred from FC Seoul.” This is Yang Hanbin’s first overseas expansion. Yang Han-bin started his professional career in 2011 with Gangwon FC and went through Seongnam FC and Seoul.

Yang Han-bin scored 196 goals in 162 matches in the K-League.

Yang Han-bin said, “I am happy to join a big club called Cerezo Osaka. Since the environment and language will change from 2023, I will always work hard as a newcomer with a humble and grateful heart. I will do my best to give you excitement and joy.” said. 토토사이트

Competition with Kim Jin-hyun is inevitable. Kim Jin-hyun is a one-club man who has played for Cerezo Osaka since 2009. He also holds the record for the most appearances (356 games) in the J-League foreign player’s career.

Meanwhile, recently Korean goalkeepers have been lined up in Japan. Previously, Song Bum-geun moved from Jeonbuk Hyundai to Shonan Bellmare, and Gu Seong-yoon moved to Consadole Sapporo after being discharged from Kimcheon Sangmu. Park Eui-jung joined Kashima Antlers right after graduating from high school.

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