Netease Sports reported on September 30:
In order to force North Korea to give up nuclear energy, the United Nations has been sanctioning North Korea for many years. One of them is to require member states to repatriate all North Koreans working overseas by December 2019. But so far, only 40 UN member states have repatriated North Koreans working in the country.
According to the requirements of the United Nations, Juventus not only cannot sell Han Guangsong to Qatar, but also needs to send him directly back to North Korea before December last year. But neither Juventus nor Doha Du Khel took this request seriously.
The UN Security Council pointed out that after learning that Han Guangsong’s transfer was in operation, the working group immediately contacted Juventus, but Juventus refused to cancel the transaction. The working group then contacted Qatar, but Doha Dukhele also ignored the decision of the UN Security Council.
In the six months of playing for Juventus, Han Guangsong did not play for the first team. He scored 0 goals in 17 U23 in Serie C. After joining Doha Duhail, Han Guangsong scored 3 goals in 10 league games to help the team win the league.
On social networks, there is also an agreement between Han Guangsong and Qatar Bank. Han Guangsong promised that he would not transfer any income from Qatar back to North Korea, and he signed the agreement. Whether this picture is true or false is not yet known.