‘GK prospect born in 2004’ Park Eui-jung, transferred to Kashima… Impressive with ‘left foot build-up’

A top-notch goalkeeper prospect went to the J-League.

Kashima Antlers officially announced the recruitment of Park Eui-jung through the club website on the 7th (Korean time). Park Ui-jeong, a promising player born in 2004, played at Hanyang Technical High School before challenging the Japanese J-League. Park Eui-jeong played an active part in the national team for each age from under 15 to under 18 years old, and won the best goalkeeper award in the high school championship.

Kashima is a team familiar to Korean players. He is a regular customer of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) and has won eight J1 League 1 championships. Starting with Kwon Sun-tae, Jung Seung-hyeon and Kim Min-tae played. Kwon Sun-tae and Kim Min-tae are still affiliated with Kashima. There are many Korean goalkeepers who played an active role on the Japanese stage, such as Kwon Sun-tae, Kim Jin-hyeon, Kim Seung-gyu, Koo Sung-yoon, and Jung Sung-ryong, but Park Eui-jung succeeded him. 메이저사이트

Park Eui-jeong’s strengths are her height of 192 cm and her quickness. It is impressive that he has a wide range of saves and handles the ball appropriately in the situation. It meets the standards of a modern goalkeeper. He likes his feet and contributes to goal kicks and build-ups from the rear. It is said that when Kashima evaluated Park Ui-jeong, he was tall and highly evaluated that he had a good build-up ability using his left foot.

He may be difficult to start right away, but he has the potential to become a notable goalkeeper if he gains experience under Kwon Soon-tae and gradually improves his skills and increases his playing time.

Through Kashima’s official channel, Park Eui-jung said, “I am very happy to come to Kashima, the prestigious J-League, at the same time as graduating from high school. I will become a player suitable for Kashima. I will give it to you,” he said, revealing his impressions of joining.