K-League center-back Park Ji-Soo 박지수 (29) of Gwangju FC has parted ways with Portugal’s Portimonense and transferred to Chinese Super League’s Wuhan FC after 6 months.
Wuhan FC announced Park Ji-soo’s acquisition through their official social media on the 15th. The specific transfer details and contract duration were not disclosed.
Park Ji-soo made his K-League debut with Incheon United in 2013 and established himself as a key defensive player during his 4 seasons with Gyeongnam FC, where he moved in 2015.
In January 2019, Park Ji-soo transferred to Guangzhou Evergrande in the Chinese Super League, where he experienced winning the regular league that year.
After temporarily playing for Suwon FC in 2021 to fulfill his military service obligations, Park Ji-soo joined Gimcheon Sangmu and completed his military service in December of last year. In January of this year, he transformed his career by moving to Portugal’s Portimonense.
After playing 14 matches with Portimonense last season, Park Ji-soo received a call-up to the South Korean national team for the June A-matches under the guidance of coach Jürgen Klinsmann.
Park Ji-soo sought a new destination and received a love call from Wuhan FC, making his return to the Chinese stage after two years.
Wuhan FC is currently placed 8th among the 16 teams in the Super League this season. 안전카지노사이트