Japanese striker Saito, who played for Suwon in the K-League, joined Newcastle in Australia

Manabu Saito (33), a striker from the Japanese national team who played for Suwon Samsung in the K-League 1 last season, has made his nest at Newcastle Jets in Australia.

On the 25th, the Newcastle Jets announced on the club website that they had recruited Manabu Saito, the Japanese national team member.

Saito signed a contract with Suwon in June of last year and played under the registered name Manabu, participating in 19 league games and scoring 1 goal and 3 assists.

Suwon was able to extend the contract period by one year after the end of last season with Saito, who was recruited in the Asian quarter, but the two sides ended in half a year without executing the option.

Saito, who made his debut in Japan’s J-League in 2008 at F. Marinos in Yokohama, where he spent his youth, went through Ehime (on loan), Kawasaki Frontale, and Nagoya Grampus before wearing a Suwon uniform last summer. 메이저놀이터

Saito also served as a member of the Japanese soccer team at the 2012 London Olympics and the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. He played in 6 A matches in his career and scored 1 goal.

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