South Korea national soccer team captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham) wished teammate Son Jun-ho (Shandong) a safe return 토토사이트.
Heung-min attended a press conference at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium ahead of South Korea’s exhibition match against El Salvador on Nov. 19 as a player representative.
When asked about Son, Heung-min said, “I don’t know exactly what the situation is,” and added, “That’s why I’m more worried and thinking a lot.”
Son was arrested by Chinese police at Shanghai Pudong International Airport on March 12. He has since been detained by public security authorities in Liaoning province, where he is being investigated for match-fixing. Chinese authorities reportedly recently converted him to a custodial investigation after his detention period expired.
“He was very close to me and we were in constant contact, but now that he hasn’t responded to my texts, I’m worried and thinking about him,” Son said of his 1992-born classmate.
안전놀이터순위 “Right now, the only thing I can do is pray for him and his family,” he said, adding, “I hope he gets a good outcome and comes back soon.”
Meanwhile, Son’s guilt or innocence will likely be determined in a Chinese court. Chinese media outlets have reported that he is accused of “soliciting non-state actors. However, Chinese authorities have not said exactly what offenses he has committed or how he is being investigated.