Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Hwang Hee-chan may be leaving the club.
According to a report by British journalist Alan Nixon of The Sun on Thursday (July 24), Hwang is set to leave Wolverhampton this summer. This is because the club needs to meet UEFA’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.
While there are English and Italian clubs chasing Hwang, Leeds United’s interest in him has cooled.
Hwang left RB Leipzig for Wolverhampton in the summer of 2022. Too many unfortunate injuries. Earlier this year, he was sidelined with a hamstring injury. In 26 league appearances, he scored three goals and provided one assist. 토토사이트
He also missed Jürgen Klinsmann’s South Korea squad in March due to injury during an A-side match. At the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, he scored the winning goal against Portugal in the third round of group play to send South Korea to the round of 16, but his explosiveness in the league did not carry over.
“Hwang is one of the players Wolverhampton could sell after the season to balance the books as they face FFP issues,” Nixon said.
Wolverhampton signed Hwang for €16.7 million ($23.6 billion), but his fee has since dropped, suggesting that the club will not receive the full amount they spent on him.