‘Former national team ST’ Lee Jeong-hyeop wears Seongnam uniform to ‘challenge promotion

Lee Jung-hyeop, a national striker, has found a new nest. The destination is Seongnam FC, which is challenging for promotion next season.랭크카지노

“Lee Jung-hyup is expected to wear the Seongnam uniform. An announcement will be made soon,” said a source familiar with the K-League transfer market on Tuesday. Lee, who became an FA after this season, reportedly decided to move to Seongnam, where he had expressed strong love after agonizing over remaining in Gangwon Province and transferring to other teams. Until 2020, the K-League allowed prospective FA players to negotiate with their original teams only until Dec. 31, but from 2021, it eased regulations to allow free contact with all clubs six months before the contract expires in accordance with the Boseman Rule. However, the official effectuation of the contract will be Jan. 1 next year.

Lee Jung-hyup led his team to stay in the club this season. He showed off his sluggish performance throughout the season due to multiple injuries, but he displayed his power as a veteran at the last minute. He scored the finishing goal in an away game against Suwon FC on June 25, when he was at the crossroads of staying in the club. He also scored tears after hearing the news of his father-in-law’s death on the day of the game and was Lee’s best move for this season. Lee continued to show strong performance afterwards, contributing greatly to his team’s remaining in the club. Analysts say that although his scoring ability is somewhat weak, his team still has his unique connection and movement.

Lee Jung-hyup was once a striker who represents Korean soccer. In 2015, he was selected by then-Uli Stielike to lead the A team. He was nicknamed “Cinderella” due to her strong performance at the Asian Cup in Australia. Lee, who played for Busan I-Park, Sangmu, Ulsan Hyundai, Shonan Belmare, and Gyeongnam FC, has played for Gangwon Province since the summer of 2021. Lee played 270 games in the K-League, scoring 55 goals and 22 assists.

With many teams showing interest in Lee Jung-hyup, whose contract with Gangwon Province has expired, Seongnam has been courting him fiercely. Seongnam, which transformed into a selfish system last season, only ranked ninth. Its weakness was its offense. It only scored 43 goals. Chris, who was recruited in the second half of the year, scored the most points, displaying poor scoring ability. Seongnam, which made a massive recruitment by promising support from the city government this winter, made all-in on recruiting Lee Jung-hyup, who has had a hard time in the K-League, and eventually succeeded in winning the hearts of him.

Seongnam, in particular, has gained a lot of strength in its bid for promotion next season through the recruitment of Lee Jung-hyup, who played an active role in K League 2.

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