Japan’s Shinji Kagawa returns to the J-League after 12 years

 Shinji Kagawa, who was once an ace of Japanese soccer, returns to the Japanese professional soccer J-League after 12 years. His return to his parent team, Cerezo Osaka, has been confirmed.

Japanese sports media such as Sponichi Annex reported on the 29th that the transfer of Kagawa’s former team, Cerezo Osaka, was confirmed. 안전놀이터

Kagawa, who made his professional debut through Cerezo Osaka in 2006, successfully entered Europe in the summer of 2010 by transferring to Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga.

Later, in 2012, he wore Manchester United’s uniform, but Kagawa, who did not reach the performance he showed in Dortmund, returned to Dortmund after two years. Afterwards, he played on loan at Turkiye Besiktas, and in 2019 moved to Real Zaragoza in the Spanish Primera Liga.

Kagawa, who played for PAOK in Greece in 2020, moved to Sint Trawiddon in the Belgian Jupiler League during the 2021-22 season, but again his performance did not live up to expectations. In particular, in November of last year, he underwent leg surgery and returned to the ground on the 22nd after undergoing rehabilitation. Eventually, Kagawa decided to return to Japan.

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