Japa signs with Chinese clubVoltar
The highlight of the K League Challenge South Korea is starting a new challenge.
Japa striker, top scorer and big name Suwon FC in the campaign access in Korean football, is the newest hired the Meizhou Kejia FC China. In negotiations conducted in partnership with Agent Steve Panopoulos, Japa signed for two seasons with the team that will compete in 2016 the League One China.
In the campaign that culminated in the Suwon FC access to major Korean competition, the K League, Japa was the author of 22 goals, including goals in three decisive games of the playoffs. In a little over 16 months in Korea, the player scored 29 goals.
– I’m happy for the opportunity to go work in the Chinese football. Country that football is developing in Asia in recent years. In Korea I was fortunate to perform a great season, to score many goals and still gain access to the K League. I hope to repeat the same performance in my new team, said the attacker Japa.