Japanese national soccer team’s flagship midfielder Daichi Gamada, who has been rumored to be transferring to European clubs, is expected to have a meal with Takefusa Kubo in Spain.
It is known that a four-year 토토사이트추천 contract with Real Sociedad in La Liga, which advances to the UEFA Champions League in the 2023/24 season, is likely. On the 17th, the leading Spanish newspaper ‘Marca’ reported, “Real Sociedad is close to signing a contract with midfielder Gamada, who retired due to the expiration of his contract with Germany’s Eintracht Frankfurt.” The Japanese sports magazine Nikkan Sports also cited this on the same day.
Born in 1996, Kamada moved to Frankfurt in 2017 after playing for Sagan Tosu before breaking into Europe. He played for a team in Frankfurt, except for a one-year loan to Sint Trawiden, Belgium, and became a free agent without a transfer fee as his contract expired in the 2022/23 season. Gamada scored 9 goals in 32 of Frankfurt’s 34 Bundesliga matches in the 2022/23 season.
In the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League, he also stood out with 3 goals while playing in all 6 group league matches and the 1st and 2nd legs of the round of 16. At the World Cup in Qatar, he played in all four matches of the Japanese national team as a starter.
When such a game came out on the market as a free contract, not a few famous clubs rushed. The names of prestigious clubs such as FC Barcelona, Tottenham, Napoli, and Benfica also went up and down. At one time, it was known that the contract with prestigious AC Milan in Italy was close, but it was not true, and it seems that he is going to Real Sociedad ahead of each team’s training for the new season.
According to Marca, Real Sociedad has already made an offer to Gamada and asked for an answer by the 19th. The newspaper claims that Gamada and Kubo have the same agents, so they are almost in the process of agreement. Gamada will sign a four-year contract if he goes to Real Sociedad.
Real Sociedad is based in San Sebastian, Basque Country, northern Spain. It is famous as the place where Lee Chun-soo joined the club 20 years ago in 2003 and became the first Korean La Liga player. Spanish legend technician David Silva, who played 10 years for Manchester City from 2010 to 2020, is now playing at the age of 37.