Yang Han-bin leaves Seoul and moves to J-League Cerezo Osaka

Goalkeeper Yang Han-bin (32), who played for FC Seoul, is moving to Japan’s J-League Cerezo Osaka.

Cerezo Osaka announced the complete transfer of Yang Han-bin on the club website on the 7th. This is the first time Yang Hanbin has played on an overseas stage. 메이저사이트

Yang Han-bin made his professional debut at Gangwon FC in 2011 before moving to Seoul in 2014 via Seongnam FC. After not getting a chance to play in Seoul for a while, he settled down by playing 27 and 37 regular league games in 2017 and 2018, respectively. He played a total of 162 K-League games (196 goals), including 36 K-League 1 games in 2021 and 35 games in 2022.

Yang Han-bin, who will terminate the contract with Seoul at the end of 2022 and take on a new challenge, said, “I am very happy to join Cerezo Osaka, which has a long history. He will always do his best in a humble and grateful attitude. We will do our best to bring joy to the Cerezo Osaka fans and everyone involved.”

Cerezo Osaka is a team that former national team goalkeeper Kim Jin-hyeon (36) has been a part of since 2009. Kim Jin-hyeon set the record for the most appearances (356 games) in the J1 League foreign player’s career here.

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