‘Korea Prospect’ Cho Jin-ho leaves Fenerbahce and moves on loan to Novipazar ‘possibly clash with Hwang In-beom’

South Korean soccer prospect Cho Jin-ho (20) is leaving Fenerbahçe (Turkije) to join Serbian side Novi Pazar on loan. The deal is for one year until June 2024.

Multiple sources familiar with the transfer market told Sports Chosun on June 15 (KST), “Jo Jin-ho is moving to Novi Pazar on a one-year loan. The paperwork has been finalized. Jo Jin-ho is taking on a new challenge to gain experience.바카라사이트

Born in 2003, Cho grew up in Jeonbuk Hyundai’s U-15 Geumsanjoong and U-18 Yeongsanggo. As a youth, he played in the center of the field as an attacking midfielder. He was praised for his good ball distribution and excellent technique. A game-changer who can turn the tide. Jeonbuk fans saw him as the next Lee Jae-sung. He’s also an elite player who has represented South Korea at every age group.

Jo Jin-ho was highly regarded beyond Korea and in Europe. He was approached by Fenerbahçe, the famous ‘Turkiye prestige’ club that is also the former team of Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich). Jo joined Fenerbahçe’s U-19 team in March 2022. He immediately showed his talent, scoring 2 goals and 4 assists in 34 games for Fenerbahçe U-19. What’s even more impressive is that he adapted to the team’s needs, even changing positions. He also played right fullback for Fenerbahçe U-19. He received positive reviews for his work rate and aggressive nature. Just over a year after joining Fenerbahçe’s U-19 team, he signed a first-team contract.

He is looking for a new challenge to take his game to the next level. He went out on loan to gain more game experience. The local media in Turkuye speculated that he could move to another club within Fenerbahçe. However, Fenerbahçe reportedly decided to send him on loan to their satellite club Novi Pazar to continue to monitor his development and manage him. Novi Pazar is a Serbian Superliga (1st Division) team that has won two, drawn one and lost three in its opening six games this season. They are ranked 11th out of 16 teams. Expectations of a ‘Korean showdown’ with Hwang In-beom, who recently moved to Tsubena Zvezda, have also been raised.

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