Daejeon Hana Citizen gave Bae Joon-ho, who confirmed his separation, all the love he could muster. Even he was impressed by Daejeon’s sincerity.

Bae Jun-ho has virtually confirmed his transfer to English Championship (2nd Division) Stoke City. He departed for London, England, at 9 a.m. on the 28th through Incheon International Airport Terminal 2, and will become a Stoke player if there are no major abnormalities in the medical test. 토토사이트

He ended his stay with Daejeon after playing in the 28th round away match of the Hana One Q K League 2023 against Jeonbuk Hyundai on the 25th. Despite only scoring two goals this season, he made a name for himself at the U-20 World Cup and against Atletico Madrid. The club allowed him to leave for a modest transfer fee, as it was their first foray into Europe under the Hana Financial Group regime.

Daejeon saved the best for last for Bae Junho. The Daejeon fans gave him a ticket to return to Daejeon via Europe and wished him well.

The club did the same. There was no reason for Daejeon to arrange an exit interview.

Daejeon officials conducted the departure interview and cheered him on until the end. For Bae Jun-ho, it was a family-like atmosphere, regardless of the relationship between the player and the club.

“I received a lot of help during the transfer process, so I am very grateful. I tried to maintain a good relationship. They have always been good to me, so I was able to leave with a good relationship,” he said.

“Coming back to Daejeon is the first priority. I am also very grateful to the fans,” he said, reiterating his promise to return to Daejeon when he returns to the K League.

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