Incheon United, which is challenging the Asian stage for the first time in the club’s history, embraced striker Mpoku from Tottenham.
The Incheon club announced on the 12th that it had recruited Belgian striker Mpoku (30), who has been active in England, Belgium, Italy, Greece, UAE and Turkey.
Mpoku, who started playing soccer in Belgium’s Standard Liege youth team in 2004, later started his professional career at Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League (EPL) in 2008, England Leyton Orient (35 matches, 4 goals, 6 assists) – Belgium Standard Liege (35 games, 4 goals, 6 assists). 224 matches, 45 goals, 38 assists)-Italy Cagliari Calcio (16 matches, 3 goals, 2 assists), Chievo Verona (20 matches)-Greece Panathinaikos (36 matches, 4 goals, 4 assists)-UAE Al Wahda (29 matches, 7 goals, 5 assists) Help)-I have accumulated a lot of experience through various national leagues such as Turkiye Konyaspor (29 matches, 3 goals, 1 help).
A native of Kinshasha, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mpoku, who has dual Congolese and Belgian citizenship, also has ties to his national team. Mpoku, who has been through the Belgian national team by age group, joined the national team in 2015 by choosing the nationality of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He played 21 matches for the Democratic Republic of the Congo national team, scoring 5 goals. He has now again chosen Belgian nationality. 스포츠토토
Experienced on various stages, Mpoku is considered to be fast, flexible and technical despite being tall (180cm). In addition, given that he is a multiplayer who can play in almost any offensive position, including left and right wings as well as central midfielder and striker, it is expected to be of great help in strengthening Incheon’s squad and diversifying tactics, which have advanced to the AFC Asian Champions League stage for the first time in the club’s history. In particular, it is expected to work with Lee Myung-joo, a member of the club who was active together in Al Wahda, UAE.
Mpoku said, “I already know that Incheon will enter the Asian stage from next year. I want to put all my skills and experience to go to a higher place without stopping at the Asian stage. In Incheon and in the K-League. Please support the new challenge,” he said.
Meanwhile, Mpoku, who has completed all of the joining procedures, including the medical test, will immediately participate in the team’s Jeju field training starting on the 12th to prepare for the upcoming season.