Suwon Samsung striker Oh Hyun-kyu’s transfer to Scotland Celtic is expected to be completed soon.
The British local press put out a specific report that Oh Hyun-gyu would soon undergo a medical test.
Oh Hyun-gyu, who scored the most points and the only double-digit score in the team with 13 goals and 3 assists in 35 matches for Suwon last season, participated in the Qatar World Cup as a reserve member.
Many European clubs took notice of Hyun-kyu Oh’s talent, and in December of last year, Celtic, a prestigious Scottish club, offered Suwon about 2.7 billion won to recruit Hyun-kyu Oh.
Originally, Suwon planned to use Oh Hyun-kyu as a key striker in the 2023 season, so they had adhered to the policy of not transferring, but recently, due to Oh Hyun-kyu’s strong desire and Celtic’s high transfer fee, he decided to allow him to go to Scotland.
An official from Suwon said in a phone call with Xports News on the 20th, “The club conveyed to Celtic that it did not want to send Oh Hyun-kyu. Celtic sent a revised offer. This is the fourth proposal and it is quite high.” The salary has also increased as much as the increase in the salary, so the club cannot just hold on to it.”
It is known that Celtic’s upwardly adjusted transfer fee is around 3 million pounds (4.8 billion won).
Oh Hyun-kyu also showed his firm will to go to Europe by 헤라카지노 meeting with Suwon coach Lee Byeong-geun four times during Geoje field training this month.
Afterwards, there was even a detailed report from Sky Sports in the UK that the transfer process had gone a step further.
The media reported on the 20th (Korean time) that Celtic is close to signing a contract with the K League 1 Suwon Bluewings to sign striker Oh Hyun-gyu of the Korean national team.
“Oh Hyun-kyu is showing his desire to transfer to Celtic. Celtic is also confident that the deal can be concluded, and has already scheduled a medical test,” he explained.