Son Jun-ho of  Korea, second from left, takes a training session for the FIFA World Cup at Al Egla Training Site in Doha in this Nov. 15, 2022 file photo. Yonhap

Football player Son Jun-ho has been seeking to return to the K5 League, the highest amateur competition in Korea, as he returned home last month after being detained in China for around 10 months, according to his agency Sunday.Son, a national team veteran who plays for Shandong Taishan in the Chinese Super League, had been held in Liaoning province since last May on alleged bribery charges.

According to Park Dae-yeon, CEO of Son’s agency, NEST, he has sought to join Geonyung FC, one of the K5 clubs.An official at the Korea Football Association also confirmed that the association has been reviewing whether Son would be qualified to join the club.Chinese media had previously reported that Son’s case may be linked to the authorities’ investigation into match-fixing allegations involving the coach and other 카지노사이트킹 players on Son’s team.

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