Striker Cho commits to 2.5 years in UlsanYoung striker Cho Young-cheol is settling in with his hometown club in Ulsan.
According to Ulsan Hyundai on Tuesday, Cho has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract. The club said the 26-year-old passed his medical exam, is on the roster and ready to make his debut in the K-League Classic.
Cho recently broke a two-year contract with Qatar SC after one year. He had six goals and six assists last season.
Cho began his professional career with Yokohama FC of the Japanese football league in 2007. Then he moved to Albirex Niigata and Omiya Ardija before going to the Middle East.
Ulsan Hyundai is currently having a tough season, ranked 10th in the league. Earlier this month, the club released two foreign players and signed Croatian striker Ivan Kovacec.
BY NAM YOON-SEO [nam.yoonseo.goongang.co.kr]