‘Korean prospect’ Cho Jin-ho leaves Fenerbahce and moves to Novi Pazar on loan, ‘possible clash with Hwang In-beom’

Cho Jin-ho (20), a promising Korean soccer player, leaves Fenerbahce (Turkiye) and moves on loan to Serbia’s Novi Pazar. The period is one year, until June 2024.

Multiple officials familiar with the transfer소닉카지노 market said through Sports Chosun on the 15th (Korean time), ‘Cho Jin-ho is transferring to Novi Pazar on a one-year loan. Even the paperwork was completed. Jin-ho Cho said, “He took on a new challenge to gain his experience.”

Jin-ho Cho, born in 2003, grew up at Jeonbuk Hyundai’s Geumsan Middle School (U-15) and Yeongsaeng High School (U-18). During his youth, he played centrally as an attacking midfielder. He was evaluated as having good ball distribution and excellent technique. He is a game changer who can turn the tide. He was highly anticipated by Jeonbuk fans as the ‘second Lee Jae-seong.’ He is an elite member of the Korean age group national team.

Cho Jin-ho received high praise not only in Korea but also in Europe. He received a love call from Fenerbahce, a famous Turkic team, and the former team of Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich). Cho Jin-ho joined the Fenerbahce under-19 (U-19) team in March 2022. As soon as he joined the team, he showed off his talent. He appeared in 34 games for the Fenerbahce U-19 team, scoring 2 goals and 4 assists. What’s even more surprising about him is that he changes his position to suit the needs of his team. Cho Jin-ho played right fullback for the Fenerbahce U-19 team. He received positive reviews for his activity level and aggressive nature. Cho Jin-ho signed a first-team contract just over a year after joining the Fenerbahce U-19 team.

Cho Jin-ho takes on a new challenge to advance to the next level. He moved on loan to gain game experience. Local media in Turkye predicted the possibility of a transfer to another club within Fenerbahce. However, Fenerbahce is known to have decided to loan Cho Jin-ho to Novi Pazar, a satellite club, in order to continue to monitor his growth and manage the player. Novi Pazar is a Serbian Superliga (1st division) team that recorded 2 wins, 1 draw, and 3 losses in the opening 6 games of this season. It is ranked 11th out of 16 teams. Expectations for a ‘Korean showdown’ with Hwang In-beom, who recently transferred to Crvena Zvezda, were also raised.






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