The finisher of the broken sword’ Mugosa returned to his parent team Incheon.

The Incheon club announced that striker Mugosa, who left for Vissel Kobe in the Japanese J1 League in the summer of the 2022 season, will return to his parent team, Incheon United. His contract runs until the 2025 season.

Mugosa, who joined Incheon in the 2018 season, played a pivotal role in the team’s attack, participating in 129 games over five seasons, scoring 68 points and recording 10 assists. Receiving the Player of the Month award, he went beyond the team and established himself as a striker representing the league.

He was also nominated for the K-League season’s best 11 striker category for three consecutive years in the 2019-2021 season. Based on his performance in Incheon and the Montenegro national team, he won the 2nd place in the Montenegro Player of the Year in 2018 and the 1st place in the Montenegro Player of the Year in 2019, respectively, and rose to stardom in his country.

In June of the 2022 season, when the stock price rose, Mugosa transferred to Vissel Kobe in Japan as the buyout clause was activated. However, his new challenge was not easy. He had a hard time following the hard times of being classified as out of power. Afterwards, Mugosa attempted to terminate the contract with Kobe on its own through the summer transfer market in the 2023 season. But even this did not go smoothly. Kobe did not easily let go of him who had been recruited even while activating the buyout clause.

Here, the Incheon club, which hoped for the return of Mugosa, came up with an idea. On July 2nd, an official letter was sent to the Kobe club. It was a letter of intent to begin negotiations on a contract for 2024 with Mugosa, a player scheduled for free agency (FA). Here the situation is reversed. If Mugosa agrees to a contract with the Incheon club for 2024, it is impossible to send Mugosa to another team in this summer transfer market, so Kobe, who wanted to make a justification for a small transfer fee, offered Mugosa to terminate the agreement. .

Mugosa also showed an active attitude in returning to Incheon, his parent team, by voluntarily giving up the remaining salary in Kobe. Even Mugosa refused all interest from a number of domestic and foreign clubs that continued from this winter and focused on returning to Incheon.

As a result, Mugosa made a surprise return to Incheon after a year of absence. With his joining, Incheon will be able to add strength to his offense. Although there are fewer matches to play in the year, such as 5 league matches, 2 league cup matches and 1 match in the Asian Champions League, there is still work to be done to improve the condition, but he is determined to help the team by improving his performance in his home team. .

Mugosa said, “I want to lead the team’s rebound in the second half by becoming one with familiar places and people, as well as with coaches and colleagues. I am grateful to the best Incheon fans and citizens who have been waiting for my return. Like coach Cho Sung-hwan’s motto, I want to play soccer that gives them joy. I will prove that Incheon is still strong.”오래된 토토사이트

On the other hand, the official Mugosa (announcement of joining) was held in a live broadcast format at the arrival hall of Incheon International Airport, a landmark in Incheon. The airport official is the first in Korea. The scene of Mugosa’s arrival and joining announcement was broadcast live through the official YouTube channel of the IUFC TV club. Fans welcomed the official news through YouTube live chat and communicated with Mugosa in real time.

Mugosa will be on the pitch wearing his own uniform number 9, and the first meeting with fans after returning will be the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 23 home game against Daejeon Hana Citizen at the Incheon Soccer Stadium on the 16th. proceeds to The Incheon club prepared an autograph session and induction ceremony for Mugosa as a pre-game event.

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