The UK is also excited about the imminent birth of a ‘teenage Korean Premier League’.

On the 16th (hereinafter Korean time), British media ‘Daily Mail’ said, “Brentford have started discussions about the transfer of Korean defender Kim Ji-soo. The 19-year-old center back plays for Seongnam FC and is regularly scouted by Bayern Munich and Sporting Lisbon. It has been highly praised all over Europe.”

He added, “The teenager selected for the K-League All-Star team is 1m92 tall. He is of the same nationality as Napoli’s Kim Min-jae, who is a target for Man Utd and Paris Saint-Germain this summer. It is already being compared.”

In addition, “Kim Ji-soo has a buyout clause of around 560,000 pounds (about 936 million won), and it is quite cheap for Brentford to pay.”

Kim Ji-soo is regarded as the ‘present’ and ‘future’ of Korean football. First of all, it boasts overwhelming physical strength of 1m92 and 84kg. He has a variety of strengths, such as strong physical fighting and one-on-one ability, in addition to his excellent soccer sense.

Kim Ji-soo, who became the first semi-professional player in Seongnam last year at the age of 18, was applauded for his skillfulness that was not befitting his age. Kim Ji-soo played in 19 K-League 1 matches. In particular, last summer, he was selected for the K-League All-Star team and played in a friendly match against Tottenham. At that time, former Jeonbuk Hyundai manager Kim Sang-sik praised Kim Ji-soo, saying, “Kim Min-jae comes to mind.”카지노사이트

As reported, Kim Ji-soo has been interested in European clubs early on. In the winter transfer market last January, Bayern Munich, a prestigious German club, delivered a letter of intent to recruit players to the Seongnam club. Munich is known to have watched Kim Ji-soo’s K-League match for a long time last year. However, the transfer market ended in the process of negotiating with the club at the time.

variables exist. It is a work permit (work permit). He has no national team experience, and it is expected that he will lack English Premier League work permit points in terms of his original team, his league level, and his career in his team. However, it is known that former coach Paulo Bento, who constantly observed Kim Ji-soo during the A national team command tower, sent a letter of recommendation to Brentford. It seems to be a ray of hope for the anxious work permit.

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