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News: K League to Introduce ASEAN Quota in 2020

K League have announced plans to introduce an ASEAN player quota rule that will be implemented from the 2020 season onward. The changes mean that teams would be able to sign five foreign players instead of four as per the current rule. 

On Thursday, April 18th an official announcement was made that an Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) player quota is to be introduced from the 2020 season onward in K League.

At present, K League clubs from both divisions are permitted to sign three foreign players from any nation, plus one further player who holds a passport from a country within the Asian Football Confederation.

However, from next season, clubs will be able to field five foreign players in their matchday squads thanks to the new ASEAN rule.

The decision has come after K League revealed plans to "establish new business and explore overseas markets" with sponsorship and broadcasting rights from overseas to generate profit.

Currently, the only ASEAN player in K League is Incheon United's Nguyễn Công Phượng who joined on loan from Hoàng Anh Gia Lai during the winter transfer window.

However, from next year players from Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam can be registered under the ASEAN quota.

Source: Naver

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