Will Shinji Kagawa (33, Sint Trawiddon), a veteran who represented the European side of Japanese football in the 2010s, end his life in Europe and return to the Japanese J-League?
Belgian media ‘HBVL’ said on the 28th (Korean time) that ‘Kagawa will leave Sint Traudon and return to the J-League after a year’ and ‘He was owned by the Canary Corps (nickname derived from the Sint Traudon yellow uniform), He criticized that he couldn’t show his previous star status.
Kagawa, who made his professional debut at Cerezo in 2006, moved to Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga in the summer of 2010 and enjoyed his prime. After that, he went through Manchester United (England) and played in the European big leagues for 10 years. After 2019, which was somewhat far from his prime, he went through Turkey’s Besik Tasi – Spain’s Real Zaragoza – Greece’s PAOK. After falling away from his heyday, it was predicted that he would return to the J-League last year, but he wore the uniform of Sint Trawiddon, a Belgian First Division A club with a Japanese owner. In fact, it was the last challenge on the European stage. 먹튀검증
But he didn’t do anything outstanding. In the first half of the 2022-2023 season, he played as a starter in 18 games, but only scored one goal. The Japanese media ‘Football Zone’ also commented on the possibility of Kagawa going to the J-League, citing the report of ‘HBVL’. According to the media, Kagawa has been left out of the squad since the beginning of this year after undergoing surgery for leg pain he suffered throughout his European career. He hasn’t been able to play in recent games. The specific team name was not mentioned, but it is predicted that he will go to the J-League.
The most likely destination is Cerezo, his parent team. Leaving aside the level of reinforcement, Cereso has a strong will to treat Gagawa as a legend by promoting the return of Gagawa to his former team from a long time ago.