South Korean national soccer team midfielder Park Yong-woo has left Ulsan Hyundai to join Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Al Ain wrote on social media on the morning of the 17th (KST), “Park Yong-woo passed the medical test and agreed on all the necessary details of the contract.” “Park Yong-woo will join the training camp in Spain on the 18th,” the club wrote. “We would like to express our deepest gratitude to Ulsan for their professionalism and sophistication during the negotiations, and we would like to reiterate the strong relationship between the two clubs,” the statement added.카지노사이트
Al Ain did not disclose the details of Park’s contract, but local media speculated that Al Ain paid Ulsan a transfer fee in the neighborhood of 3 billion won.
Park Yong-woo’s transfer to Al Ain was reported by UAE media on July 7, and Ulsan acknowledged the transfer offer. Park Yong-woo played against the Pohang Steelers on the 8th to prepare for the transfer, and on the same day, the transfer was finalized after passing a medical test and agreeing to a contract.
Park made his professional debut with FC Seoul in 2015 before moving to Ulsan in 2017. He completed his military service with Gimcheon Sangmu in 2020 and returned to Ulsan in 2021. In 232 appearances in the K League, he scored eight goals and provided four assists. Park was called up to the national team by coach Jürgen Klinsmann in June and made his A-match debut against Peru on March 16.
Park Yong-woo made a racist post on social media shortly before his call-up in June and was fined 15 million won and suspended for one game by the Korean Football Association.