January 29 According to various reports from Japanese media and Belgian media, now
Japanese midfielder Shinji Kagawa, who played for Ligue 1 Saint-Truden, will soon return to Japan to join his old club Osaka Sakura.
The 33-year-old Kagawa Shinji joined Dortmund from Osaka Sakura for 350,000 euros in the summer of 2010.
In the Dortmund team coached by Klopp, Shinji Kagawa shined.
In 2 seasons, he played 71 times on behalf of the team, scored 29 goals and sent 16 assists, helping the team win two consecutive Bundesliga titles.
With his excellent performance in Dortmund, Shinji Kagawa was favored by Manchester United and landed in England in the summer of 2012.
However, Kagawa, who has been plagued by injuries, has been in decline since then and has gradually lost his chance to play.
In the summer of 2014, Shinji Kagawa returned to Dortmund.
Then he played for Besiktas, Zaragoza, PAOK and St. Turden.
Affected by Shinji Kagawa’s injury this season, he has not played for Saint-Truden since November last year due to a leg injury.
He only scored 2 goals in the 12 games he played. The Belgian media “HBVL” directly stated that Shinji Kagawa could no longer play the star player’s strength as before.