It has been decided that Japan national football team midfielder Hidemasa Morita will be transferred to Portugal's first division powerhouse Sporting.

This was announced on July 1st by Sporting, the first division of Portugal.

According to that, he signed a four-year contract with Morita until 2026.

Sporting is a strong player who finished second in the league last season and has qualified for the European Champions League, which is competing for the top of European club teams this season.

27-year-old Morita is a midfielder who has the ability to steal the ball, the technique of his feet, and the play with a wide field of vision.

Since October last year, the Japanese national team has played a part in the middle stage of the World Cup Asian Final Qualifying and has greatly contributed to Japan's participation in the main tournament.

In Japan, he has played 16 games in total and has scored 2 goals.

Morita was quiet and transferred from J1 Kawasaki Frontale to Santa Clara in the first division of Portugal, where he played until last season.