Kyogo Furuhashi is a Japanese professional player who plays as a forward and a winger for Scottish Premiership club Celtic and the Japan national team. Kyogo Furuhashi was born on January 20 1995 at Nara in Japan. The sensational forward is 1.72m tall.
Kyogo Furuhashi has played for three clubs in his professional senior career as a footballer and he is only 26. He has also played for the Japanese national team. He played in J2 League from 2017 to 2018 for FC Gifu before moving to J1 to sign for Vissel Kobe where he won the Emperor’s Cup: 2019 and Japanese Super Cup: 2020
Kyogo Furuhashi Stats
Before joining Celtic, Kyogo Furuhashi joined J2 League club FC Gifu in 2017. He made 68 appearances and registered 17 goals. Between 2018 and 2021, Kyogo Furuhashi made 94 appearances for Vissel Kobe and scored 41 goals.
He made the Japanese national team debut in 2019. He has, however, scored 3 goals in 6 appearances.
Kyogo Furuhashi Celtic Move
Following an impressive performance in the J1 League,the 26-year-old signature was captured by the Scottish side on a four-year contract. Kyogo Furuhashi was the top scorer in J1 League, with 14 goals in 20 matches before Celtic made the move.
“We are delighted to bring Kyogo Furuhashi to Celtic. He is a player of real quality and clearly someone I know well. I think he will add something special to our squad and I am sure the way he plays will excite our supporters. We look forward to welcoming him to Celtic,” said new Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou to the club’s official website.