Asian Football All-Star Jang Hyun-soo has left Saudi Al-Hilal

Center back Jang Hyun-soo ended his four-season, five-year relationship with Al Hilal of the Saudi Arabian professional soccer first division.

Al Hilal held an event for Jang Hyun-soo’s resignation on September 21 (Korean time). “I am grateful for the golden glory that has been given to me. He also sent a farewell message expressing his gratitude, saying, “He will forever be one of us.”

Saudi Arabia ranks first in the 2023-24 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) league rankings, Jang Hyun-soo is a 2021 Asian Champions League All-Star, and Al Hilal is the team with the most wins in Saudi Arabia’s first division and AFC Champions League.

After Jang Hyun-soo joined, Al Hilal won the -2019/2021 Asian Champions League -2020-2022 Saudi Arabian First Division -2020/2023 Saudi Arabia Football Association Cup ▲2021 Saudi Arabia Super Cup.

At the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup, in which Al Hilal finished as runners-up, Jang Hyun-soo supported the best achievement in the club’s history as a full-time center back.

‘Azanskpor’, the largest sports media outlet in Turkey, said, “Beşiktaş shows interest in recruiting Jang Hyun-soo. Coach Shenol Gunesh (71) also responded positively, perhaps because of his experience coaching Korean professional soccer,” the report said.

Turkye is a stage ranked 9th in the UEFA league rankings. Besiktas participated as third place in the 2022-23 Turkiye First Division and advanced to the round of 32 by passing through the second and third rounds and the playoffs in the 2023-24 Conference League preliminary round.

The Conference League is the next European club competition after the Champions League and Europa League. Coach Gunesh led FC Seoul from 2007 to 2009. He took second place in the 2007 K-League Cup and the 2008 K-League.

BY: 안전놀이터

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