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Transfers: Daejeon Hana Citizen Sign Park Yongji

Daejeon Hana Citizen have bolstered their attack with the acquisition of Incheon United striker Park Yongji. Park had spent the last two seasons on loan with Sangju Sangmu where he had a career-best with 12 league goals in 2019.


Daejeon manager Hwang Sunhong has added Incheon United striker Park Yongji to his attacking options, signing the 27 year-old for an undisclosed fee from K League 1 side Incheon United.

Park had been on loan with Sangju Sangmu since 2018 as part of his mandatory military service.

Whilst with the North Gyeongsang side, the Seoul-born attacker proved to be a consistent goal threat, finding the back of the net 16 times over the course of the two seasons, including a 12-goal haul in a 2019.


Speaking on the move, Park said: “Daejeon Hana Citizen have a lot of potential to improve as a team. It is very exciting for me to be able to join, and I am excited to see what sort of team we can be. My role on the pitch will be to do my best and to my best for the fans too. The atmosphere within the team is very good, I hear and I will prepare well for the season ahead."

Park began his career with Ulsan Hyundai in 2013 and scored his first goal as a professional in the Horangi’s 3-0 win over Gangwon on 31st March that year.

A move to Busan IPark followed in 2014, and Seongnam in 2015 before heading to Sungui Arena Park in 2016.

Park, who is known for his pace and has the nickname 'Bullet Guy", will be expected to spearhead the Purples’ attack or provide competition with the likes of Park Inhyeok and fellow new recruit Andre Luis.


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