‘Storm signing’ Daejeon loan striker Park Jung-in on loan, reunites with coach Hwang Sun-hong “I will dedicate myself to the team”

Daejeon Hana Citizen has signed forward Park Jung-in on loan from Seoul Eland.

A former Ulsan HD Youth Hyundai Middle and Hyundai High School player, Park has been a highly touted prospect since his youth days, leading his team to victories in major tournaments such as the 2017 Late Season National High School Football League Wangjoong Wangjeong, 2018 Late Season National High School Football League Wangjoong Wangjeong, and 2018 K League U-19 Championship.

Park made his professional debut for Ulsan in 2019, making 13 appearances in the two seasons leading up to the 2020 season, scoring his first professional goal in the 2020 AFC Champions League 카지노사이트 group stage 6 match against Shanghai Shenhua.

In 2021, Park moved to Busan I-Park, where he scored eight goals and provided three assists in 29 appearances in his first year, earning K League 2 Young Player of the Year and Best 11 nominations for his outstanding performances. In his three seasons with Busan, he was a key attacker for the team, scoring 16 goals and adding four assists in 64 games. In 2023, he moved to Seoul Eland via trade.

He had previously worked with Hwang Sun-hong at the U-23 national team. Park was called up to the U-23 squad for the 2022 U-23 Asian Cup qualifiers, where he scored five points in three matches.

Park is considered to be a technical and scoring striker. His quick feet and technique allow him to shake up defenses and his strong shooting ability allows him to score from a variety of positions. He also has excellent penetration and positioning skills. These strengths make him a versatile player who can be utilized in a variety of positions and can contribute to both the front line and the second line.

Park said, “I am honored to take on a new challenge for the rest of the season with Daejeon. I will live up to the expectations and dedicate myself to achieving the team’s goals. I believe that if I do my best to help the team win, my personal goals will follow naturally. If given the opportunity, I will do my best to contribute to the team in every game,” he said.

Daejeon bolstered its defense in the summer transfer window with the signings of international defender Kim Moon-hwan and forward Chun Sung-hoon. The addition of striker Park Jung-in minimizes the gap left by injuries to the forward line and gives the team a younger and stronger attacking lineup.

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