Kagawa confirms return to Cerezo Osaka in Japan’s J-League… Hanbin Yang and rice in one pot

Shinji Kagawa (33, Sint Trawidon) returns to the Japanese J-League.

Japan’s ‘Sponichi Annex’ reported on the 29th (Korean time), “It has been confirmed that Shinji Kagawa will return to Cerezo Osaka in Japan’s J-League.”

Kagawa played for Dortmund-Manchester United in the past and was the ace of the Japanese national football team. However, after Manchester United, the decline of his career was clear.

In particular, Kagawa moved to Real Zaragoza, PAOK, and Sint Triudon starting from the late Besiktas loan (2019) in Dortmund, but all failed to settle. 토토사이트

In the past, when Lee Seung-woo and others played an active role in Sint Traudon, Kagawa eventually chose to return to the J-League. For Kagawa, who made her professional stage debut at Cerezo Osaka in 2006, it is her return after 13 years since advancing to Europe in 2010.

Kagawa’s destination was known as Cerezo Osaka. Sportsnitz Annex said, “Several officials have acknowledged Kagawa’s return,” and expected, “Cerezo Osaka, which finished fifth in the J-League last season, will challenge the title by recruiting the legendary Kagawa.”

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Yang Han-bin of FC Seoul has joined Cerezo Osaka and is preparing for the season. Attention is focusing on whether Cerezo Osaka, which has boosted its strength by strengthening its legend and Korean goalkeeper, will be able to win its first title.