With just one game left in the English Premier League, Hwang Hee-chan, 27, of Wolverhampton, is being linked with a move away from the club.
On Aug. 28 (KST), the Sunday Mirror reported that Hwang will receive interest from a number of Premier League clubs this summer, including Tottenham and Newcastle.
“Tottenham and Newcastle are among the teams keeping tabs on Wolves striker Hwang Hee-chan,” the Mirror said, adding, “Wolverhampton could let some players leave due to Financial Fair Play (FFP) issues. Hwang Hee-chan joined Wolverhampton outright for £14 million after a successful loan spell and impressed at the end of the season 메이저사이트.”
The Mirror added: “For this reason, Tottenham, who already have a South Korean player in Son Heung-min, are eyeing up the South Korean. Newcastle, who are looking to strengthen their squad after qualifying for the Champions League, have also made enquiries, while Aston Villa and Jose Mourinho’s Roma are also interested in the striker, who is nicknamed ‘The Bull’.” The four teams have been linked to Hwang Hee-chan.
After scoring a late season winner against Newcastle on March 13, Hwang scored three goals in his last eight games, including wins over Brentford in April and Everton in May, to help Wolverhampton stay up.
Prior to this, on the 24th, Leeds local newspaper ‘MOTriz News’ reported that the club could let Hwang leave to balance the books as they are facing FFP issues.
Hwang’s representatives told ‘Sports Chosun’ that Hwang is considered an important player in the team and firmly said, “There will be no release.
Hwang will play his final game of the season against Arsenal on June 29. In July, he will showcase his skills to domestic soccer fans in preseason friendlies against Celtic and Roma.