South Korea national soccer team forward Cho Kyu-sung, 25, has finalized a move to Midtjylland, giving him a dream move to Europe. He will become the third South Korean player ever to play in the Danish Superliga.
“I’ve been looking for a chance to play in Europe for a while now, and this is the right fit,” Cho said after joining Mittwilan on November 11 (KST), “It’s a club that’s been really consistent in showing me interest. I am confident that I made the right choice. I’m looking forward to the future.” The contract is for five years until 2028.
Earlier, Cho Kyu-sung wrote at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 8th, “It was a source of pride and confidence to be a Jeonbuk Hyundai player,” and said, “It will not be an easy challenge, but I will believe in the fans and go to Europe once. Soon after, he traveled to Denmark, and after finalizing the transfer process, including medical tests, he signed the contract, completing his move to Mittwillan.
Cho Kyu-sung is a striker who made his professional debut with FC Anyang in 2019 before joining Jeonbuk Hyundai the following year. 안전놀이터 After struggling to adapt in his first season with the club and failing to live up to expectations, he quickly moved to Gimcheon Sangmu to resolve his military service and step up his game at the same time. Since then, he has improved markedly by improving his physicality and working on his shortcomings.
Over time, he developed into one of the top strikers in the K League and was called up by former coach Paulo Bento (53-Portugal) to play for him. His rise continued, and he made his mark at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. In particular, he was quickly labeled a “world star” after scoring a brace against Ghana in the second round of the group stage.