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'Returning to K League was just a matter of time', Ki Sung-yueng

Returning to K League was merely a matter of time, according to Ki Sung-yueng who sealed a sensational return to FC Seoul on July 22nd - returning after 11 years in Europe. In front of the nation's media, Ki revealed that the last 12 months of his career has been tough but he is looking forward to showing the fans that he has grown as a player.

"I'm returning to Korea after being abroad for 11 years, inside my mind I always dreamed about returning to the K League someday and it was just a matter of time. But, once I am fit I am confident of being able to put in good performances. I thought that now was a good time to come back so I can contribute to the team during this period and I want to show the fans that during my time away I have grown as a player."


"Over the last year of my footballing life I wasn’t afforded many opportunities to play. There were injuries too that stopped me from playing but they weren’t as serious as some people may have thought. Because of COVID-19 there have been delays in me getting treatment. But by August, after I have joined the team properly, I won’t be 100%, but little by little I can make contributions on the pitch. But I will need time to return to fitness and get my match sharpness back, this is something that can’t be done hurriedly. A slow, cautious approach is needed I think.

Full highlights of the Ki Sung-yueng press conference available on KLeague.com


Eulji Lewis

Ki Sung-yueng Highlights

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