British media Jo Kyu-sung, if it’s only 3.3 billion won, recruit Beckham from Asia
The British media called for active negotiations with Celtic, saying that Cho Kyu-sung’s ransom, who was mentioned as a possible transfer to Scotland’s prestigious Celtic, is low.
In particular, Cho Kyu-sung’s expected transfer fee was expressed as “apaltry,” expressing the nuance that it was cheap.
In an article titled “Cho Kyu-sung’s transfer fee has been revealed” on the 29th, Britain’s “Daily Record” analyzed that his ransom was not high and also highlighted his merchantability.
Citing Korean media, the media said, “If Celtic pushes to buy Cho Kyu-sung, it will be possible with only 2.2 million pounds (3.3 billion won),” adding, “However, Celtic’s other two rival clubs do not seem willing to recruit Cho Kyu-sung.”
The two clubs that “Daily Record” said are Dortmund, Germany, and Ferenc Barosi, Hungary
The media continued, “Cho Kyu-sung, the first Korean player to score two goals in a World Cup match, became famous for his performance in Qatar. After appearing as the main character of Vogue Magazine and a TV reality show, his Instagram followers exceeded 3 million, he said. “He can be called David Beckham of Asia due to his appearance as a movie star and goal determination.”
He also mentioned Greek striker Giorgos Giyakomakis, who is currently in a stalemate in negotiations with Celtic to renew his contract, explaining that Jo Kyu-sung’s recruitment is an alternative.
Kiyakomakis, who came to Celtic from VV Penro in the Netherlands last summer, scored 19 goals in 37 games in a year and a half in the Scottish Premier League, but is likely to transfer as he has not responded to demands for a contract extension with the team
“Daily Record” observes that the transfer fee paid by Celtic when they brought Kiyakomakis was 였고2 million and that they could receive more transfer fees when they were sent to other teams, so there would be enough money to recruit Cho Kyu-sung 파워볼게임
But the key is competition.
In addition to Celtic, France’s Ren and Turkey’s Fenerbahce also want Cho Kyu-sung, so the media’s view was that how Celtic cope with such a fight between multiple clubs was important