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Breaking: Osmar Signs New Three-Year Deal With FC Seoul

Breaking: Osmar Signs New Three-Year Deal With FC Seoul Osmar Ibáñez Barba
FC Seoul today officially welcomed the return of their former captain, Osmar Ibáñez Barba, announcing that the Spanish midfielder had signed a new three-year contract.

After spending the 2018 season on loan with J.League 1 side Cerezo Osaka, Osmar Barba has returned to FC Seoul and has penned a new three-year contract with the club.

Speaking to FC Seoul's official media channels Osmar said: 

"I am really glad to announce that I will come back to FC Seoul next year. I am really happy to come back where I think is my second home. 

"I am really looking forward to training, to play, to see you all again in FC Seoul. I will do by best to put the club back where it belongs, so we will fight, we have a great challenge ahead of us, we need from all of you also so let's fight, let's be together and put this club back where it belongs."

The midfielder, who began his career in his native Spain with Racing Santander, signed with FC Seoul in 2014 from Thai outfit Buriram United. After a two-year trophy-laden spell with Buriram, Osmar moved to Seoul under Choi Yongsoo and won the FA Cup in 2015 and the K League 1 title in 2016 under Hwang Sunhong.

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