Cho Kyu-sung to Serie A… Promoted Genoa interested, but will his big league debut come sooner?

Cho Kyu-sung (FC Mitwillan) has already started to attract interest from big European clubs. This is thanks to his steady presence since joining the club. The first team to surface is Italian Serie A promotion side Genoa. Even if it’s not a concrete transfer rumor, it’s still significant to hear that a big European club is interested.

The Italian publication Calcioline reported on Tuesday that Cho Kyu-sung could be Genoa’s next striker. “His ultimate goal is to play in the big leagues in Europe, and Genoa could provide him with that opportunity,” the outlet said, adding, “The contract between Cho and Mitwillan is long-term until June 2028, but for the time being, the transfer fee for Cho is unlikely to exceed €5 million (approximately $7.1 billion).”

Earlier, Cho Kyu-sung left Jeonbuk Hyundai to join Mitwillan, where he made his European debut. At the time of his transfer, there were many voices of regret that he was heading to a smaller league in Europe, but his plan was to adapt to the European stage and gradually expand his horizons. The combination of Cho’s desire to play in the big leagues and Genoa’s need for more strikers could make him an attractive target.

Genoa has been to the top of the Italian Pro League nine times in its history. They were relegated to the third division in the mid-2000s, but returned to Serie A last season, finishing second in the second division. Their early season record is 13th with one win, one draw, and two losses. Their offense has been somewhat disappointing, with just four goals in four games. With the team in need of a striker, the Danish league’s Kyu-Sung Cho has been mentioned as a possible option.

That’s because Cho has been a solid presence since the beginning of their European campaign. He’s been a mainstay since his arrival, with four goals and an assist in seven league games and one goal in UEFA’s Europa Conference League qualifiers. In the Danish league, he has been particularly impressive, scoring in each of his opening three games and recording an attacking point in his last two games after returning from injury.

He also scored a goal in the recent Saudi Arabia A-match trial. Hwang In-beom’s pass bounced off the defense and into the box, where he calmly finished with a header. The goal gave Klinsmann’s side their first win in six matches. The Saudi Arabian team also attracted attention from Italy, as their head coach is Italian international Roberto Mancini.

Calciolan also took note of his goal against Saudi Arabia. “He recently scored a goal against Mancini’s Saudi Arabia,” the outlet said, adding that a move for Cho could be a possibility.

Of course, it’s only been two months since Cho’s move to Mitwylan, so it’s unlikely to happen quickly. He has five years left on his contract, and given that Mittwilan paid €3.05 million for him, it’s unlikely that the transfer fee will reach €5 million, as the media has suggested.

However, it is important to note that the local news has put to rest any fears that the move to Denmark would narrow his path to the big leagues in Europe. His early season performances have raised hopes that he could make it to the big leagues if he continues to perform well.바카라사이트

It’s especially nice to hear that the interest is coming straight from the big leagues, rather than from European minor leagues that are bigger than Denmark. This could potentially speed up his path to the big leagues. Now all that’s left is for him to continue to perform as consistently as he has for the Mittwillans. If this Genoa move is any indication, the big league opportunity could come sooner than you think.

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