Cho Kyu-seong, who has been receiving love calls from overseas clubs since the World Cup, expressed his firm will to advance to Europe, saying, "The ultimate goal is the Premier League."

This is Reporter Lee Jeong-chan.


Cho Kyu-seong, who started the winter in Qatar, is heating up the winter transfer market.

It is known that the transfer fee, which was valued at 1.8 billion won before the World Cup, soared more than three times as love calls from Celtic of Scotland, Mainz of Germany, and Minnesota of the United States continued.

[Cho Kyu-seong/Jeonbuk Hyundai striker: I think that how much they want me is measured (by the transfer fee).

The higher I go, the more I think I need to prepare better.]

Cho Kyu-seong revealed his desire for the European stage, saying that the English Premier League was his final goal.

[Cho Kyu-seong/Jeonbuk Hyundai striker: I think I set the final goal and go.

Not only me, but all players will want to go to the EPL, and I think it's right to go to a stage where they can grow...


Timing matters.

There are advice that it is better to adapt to the summer transfer market, which is an off-season, rather than winter, when the European league season is in full swing, and there are opinions that now is the right time to have a World Cup halo effect, so we are struggling.

[Kim Sang-sik/Jeonbuk Hyundai Manager: I don't want to send it.

I watched the Ghana match with joy and congratulations, but also with a bit of trepidation.

It's not just my greed, it's also the player's future.]

[Cho Kyu-Sung/Jeonbuk Hyundai striker: I think in the end, I just have to make a choice.]

Cho Kyu-seong plans to leave for a training camp in Spain next week with his team to improve his physical condition and decide on his final destination.

(Video coverage: Gong Jin-gu, video editing: Kim Jong-tae)