Quang Hai will have the first trip abroad in his career after refusing to renew his contract with Hanoi FC. Up to now, Quang Hai’s destination has not been revealed, but according to many sources, the 1997 midfielder could go to Europe to play football, specifically Austria.
Quang Hai himself intends to go to Europe, although the teams of Thailand, Korea or Japan have sent offers. Regardless of success or not, for Quang Hai, daring to leave the comfort zone is brave and worthy of encouragement.
However, the broker from Europe and working for many years in Vietnam, Jernej Kamensek does not think so. He believes that Austria is not a suitable destination for Quang Hai. “In my opinion, Austria is a good league, with teams of quality compared to the common level of Europe.
Another important detail, Austria has a relatively large number of places to participate in European cups, covering from UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Conference League. That is of course an opportunity that Quang Hai needs to seize if he can come to an Austrian team in the near future.
But with the level of Quang Hai or anyone from the V.League going abroad, Austria will still be a tournament somewhat above the level of Vietnamese players.
Not to mention Sturm Graz, LASK – a team in the lower group of the Austrian league table alone also owns good players at the European level. They are of course more qualified than Quang Hai, in terms of physical strength, endurance, playing skills and importantly, the mindset and feeling of playing in Europe.
That also means that Quang Hai will have to try his best, try a lot if he wants to find opportunities to play football little by little, if you really come to Austria to play football. Personally, I still think that Quang Hai going to Latvia, Slovenia, Slovakia will be more likely to play, even the main kick.”
Kamenek’s somewhat shocking comment received mixed reactions. Quang Hai is also considering carefully to make the most suitable choice for him.
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