Bafana Bafana striker Lars Veldwijk is on the move again after signing for South Korean second division side Suwon FC.
On Friday, Veldwijk's expected departure from reigning K League 1 champions Jeonbuk Motors was confirmed when Suwon [not to be mistaken for top-flight side Suwon Bluewings] announced their acquisition of the South Africa international via their official Facebook page.
Scroll through the mini-gallery above for images from Veldwijk's Suwon FC unveiling
The Netherlands-born striker's move comes just seven months after he signed for Jeonbuk, where he had fallen behind South Korea youth international Cho Kyu-Sung in the pecking order as a result of the league's mandatory rules on the use of U22 players.
Earlier in the month, Veldwijk confirmed to snl24.com/kickoff that "there have been changes" at the club which pre-empted his departure, with a Suwon official later revealing that negotiations were underway over a potential loan deal for the 28-year-old.
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Veldwiji's agent, Fardy Bachdim, has since told this publication that the deal is, in fact, a permanent arrangement, and the former Sparta Rotterdam striker is now expected to play a starring role in Suwon's push for promotion.
The seven-cap Bafana Bafana striker will partner the season's K League 2 leading goalscorer, An Byong-Jun, up front as Suwon look to consolidate their narrow lead over Daejeon Hana Citizen at the top of the log.