Son Jun-ho’s aide “I was investigated by the Chinese public security for bribery, not match-fixing”

Contrary to Chinese media 토토사이트reports, Son Jun-ho, a South Korean national football player who plays for Shandong Taishan in Chinese professional football, is being investigated by the public security for bribery, not match-fixing, according to his aide.

Son Jun-ho’s agent, Mr. A, said, “According to what the Korean consul in China found out, Son Jun-ho is being investigated for bribery, not match-fixing.”

“The consul is scheduled to visit Son Jun-ho on the morning of the 16th, and I think it will be possible to figure out exactly what charges Son Jun-ho is under investigation.”

Mr. A also said, “I didn’t know what exactly Son Jun-ho was being investigated for, but I heard directly from the consul today (the bribery charge).”

Regarding the bribery allegation, Mr. A said, “Son Jun-ho came to Shandong Taishan with good treatment in recognition of his skills, and he signed a 4-year extension contract with good results. There is no reason for Son Jun-ho to bribe the coach or other high-ranking officials of the club

. There is none,” he said.

Son Jun-ho moved to Shandong in 2021 and contributed to the Super League championship that year and the Chinese Football Association CFA Cup for the second year in a row.

Previously, Chinese media reported that it is highly likely that Shandong Taishan players, including Son Jun-ho, are being investigated for match-fixing charges by their team’s coach Hao Wei.

It is known that Han Chinese agent B, who was involved in Son Jun-ho’s transfer to China, is also under arrest by the public security.

Mr. A, a Korean, said, “I couldn’t figure out what charges the other players except Son Jun-ho and Mr. B were under investigation.” told

Son Jun-ho played as a member of the gold medal in Incheon Asian Games in 2014, transferred to Jeonbuk Hyundai in 2018, and joined Shandong in 2021.

He was recognized as a special midfielder, such as being selected as the 2020 K League 1 MVP in Jeonbuk, and played 20 A matches, including participating in the Qatar World Cup last year.

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