Buriram United will retain the service of South Korean, Go Seul-ki for the third year.
The 30-year-old deep-lying playmaker is rumored to move out from Thunder Castle Stadium. However, Buriram United has confirmed that the Korean will be the important part of 2017 season.
“The rumors of Go’s leaving are nonsense,” said Thadthep Pitakpoolsin, Buriram United General Manager.
“We have no idea why other think that he is out of our project. Go Seul-Ki is our best player in the Quintuple season (2015) and he is still invaluable for us.”
“Go is the role model for all Thai professional players. He had the difficult time with injury but now he is ready to come back.”