Jang Hyun-soo, 32, has been recognised for his exemplary professionalism in Saudi Arabia, which tops the 2023-24 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) League Rankings, according to local media.

“Jang Hyun-soo is known for his high morals and dedication to his work,” Saudi Arabian news outlet ‘Mezmuz’ said on 6 June. He is considered a role model for many youth footballers.”

With Al-Hilal, Jang won the 2019-2021 AFC Champions League, the 2020-2022 Saudi First Division, the 2020-2023 Saudi Football Association Cup and the 2021 Saudi Super Cup.

At the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup, where Al-Hilal finished as runners-up, Jang supported the club’s greatest achievement as a full-time centre-back.

“Jang Hyun-soo is one of Al Hilal’s core strengths and is very popular and loved by the fans. We wish him a speedy recovery and hope he can return to his football career as soon as possible.”

Jang is being treated for a benign lymphoid tumour at the Research Centre at King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Flowers were sent to his hospital room by the head of global sports brand Adidas MENA.바카라

MENA is a concept that unites the Middle East and North Africa. Al-Hilal is supporting Jang’s medical expenses through a non-profit foundation he set up for charity.

Jang is highly regarded in Saudi Arabia, where he was expected to play for Al-Hilal until his health problems surfaced, even after he was recruited by Khalidou Koulibaly (32-Senegal), the International Federation of Livestock Husbandry Statistics (IFFHS) Africa’s Best 11 of the 2010s.

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