Soccer-Wolves sign South Korea’s Hwang in Leipzig



Wolverhampton Wanderers signed South Korea international Hwang Hee-chan on loan for the season Bundesliga side of RB Leipzig, Premier League the club is announced on Sunday. The 25-year-old striker has played 26 matches for German club last season, helping them finish second in the league. He will contact his Wolves teammates after the international break.

“Hwang is a player we’ve been watching for years now,” Wolves This was announced by CTO Scott Sellars in a statement “He has great talent and is very versatile – he can play in all front positions, striker, second striker or wide.” He has a good pedigree, having played Champions League football and at the world championship. He has a lot of pace, strength and strength – he is probably a little different from what we have, and we think he is a strong acquisition for the team. “

Hwang Wolves 6th signing of the transfer window following the arrival of defenders Ryan Ait Nuri, Yerson Mosquera, Bendeguz Ball, goalkeeper Jose Sa and winger Francisco Trincaowho was loaned from Barcelona.

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