Shanghai media: Wuhan team nearly visa-free Shanghai Seaports forward Hu Jinghang made 2 goals in 2 starts this year in the Chinese Super League


According to the latest report from Oriental Sports Daily, Wuhan are close to signing 24-year-old Wuhan-based forward Hu Jinghang from Shanghai Port without a visa.Hu Jinghang, 24, was born in Ezhou, Wuhan, in 1997. He has been training at Chongming Genbao Football Base since childhood. In the summer of 2015, he joined Shanghai Harbour First team as a striker and was once called “Wu Lei the Second”.Hu jinghang won the GOLD medal of men’s U20 at the 2017 National Games in Shanghai, scoring five goals for Henan Songshan Longmen and winning the Best New Player award of the Chinese Super League that season.Hu jinghang has played a total of 7 games in CSL this season, only 2 of which were starts. In 234 minutes, he has scored 1 goal and 1 assist, and he has scored 2 goals in 2 starts, which is a good efficiency.Chinese Super League this season is a closed intensive schedule, Hu Jinghang only get a few playing time, coupled with the rise of young liu Zhurun, Hu Jinghang has no future in Shanghai Port.Now the contract expires, Hu Jinghang is eager to return to his hometown (Wuhan) to play football, in addition to the 2020 season in Wuhan before the loan experience, Hu Jinghang is expected to join Wuhan on a free body, and strive to play the main team next season.

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