Sunday , November 29 2020

Officially overtaking Son Heung-my, Japanese stars who have plagued U23 Vietnam become the most expensive player in Asian history.

See the performance of Shoya Nakajima – Asia's most expensive player

According to the sheet Japan Times (Japan), Al-Duhail club, Qatar Stars League's reigning champion has successfully recruited Shoya Nakajima, the Japanese midfielder from the Portimonense club in the Portuguese league.

follow Japan TimesAl-Duhail spent 35 million ($ 40 million) recruiting Shoya. The star was born in 1994 and officially passed Hidetoshi Nakata (26 million euro prize in 2001) to become the most expensive Japanese player in history.

Shoya also surpassed Son Heung-min (30 million euros, transferred from Bayer Leverkusen to Tottenham in 2015) to become the most expensive player in Asian football history.

Share after switching to the new team, said Shoya Nakajima: "I had a good experience in Portugal and I thought I would succeed in the new team. When I arrived in Doha, I felt special in this team."

Officially surpassed Son Heung-min, the Japanese star who used to make U23 Vietnam, became the most expensive player in Asian history - Photo 2.

Shoya (left cover) in the color of Al Duhail.

In front of the 2019 Asian Cup, Shoya was injured with a strangulation and could not attend the tournament. He was born on August 23, 1994 in Tokyo, Japan. Shoya kicked the midfield position, he was only 1.64 meters tall. In particular, scoya once scored 2 goals against U23 Vietnam in the Asian U23 tournament qualifier 2016.

He was the U23 Japanese leader crown champion that year. Shoya won the best player league title that year.

In the Portuguese league this season, Shoya has scored 5 goals and created 6 times after 13 matches. Last season he had 10 goals and 12 assisted after 29 matches. Overall, Shoy's performance in one of the best European leagues is very positive.

For Al-Duhail, Shoya Nakajima will end with the beautiful defender Bassam Hisham and Almoez Ali, 2019 Asian Cupscorer. Al Duhail shows a strong investment in the AFC Champions League arena when he named Rui Faria, former assistant of coach Jose Mourinho as coach, also buys midfielder Medhi Benatia from Juventus.

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