“Wolverhampton could sell Hwang Hee-chan,” says UK media…why?

Wolverhampton Wanderers may be forced to sell Hwang Hee-chan due to financial problems.

“Marseille are making a move for Wolverhampton striker Hwang Hee-chan,” Tribal Football reported on July 7 (KST). Hwang is a favorite of coach Roberto De Jervi,” reported ‘Tribal Football’.

Hwang performed well last season. He scored 13 goals and provided three assists in 31 appearances despite suffering injuries during the season. It was his best performance since entering Europe, especially his goal-decision, which was criticized as a weakness.

Wolverhampton re-signed Hwang Hee-chan. It was a sign that they consider him a key player for the team. Hwang also agreed to the contract. The contract runs until 2028, with an option for a one-year extension. The contract was valid until the summer of 2029.

However, recently, traditional French powerhouse Marseille took an interest in Hwang. “Marseille unanimously chose Hwang Hee-chan,” the French ‘L’Equipe’ reported. Marseille are looking to upgrade their attacking options, and Hwang is one of the candidates.”

Marseille’s hierarchy and coach De Gervais want Hwang. “Hwang is a player recognized by the club’s management. De Jervy also likes his intense style,” the source explained.

However, there is a big mountain to climb for the transfer to happen. “Negotiations between the clubs have not yet begun. Hwang is under contract with Wolverhampton until June 2028. It’s not easy to sign him because he has a certain price tag,” he said.

“But the people at Marseille are hoping for a more 먹튀사이트 favorable opportunity to sign a player of the type they don’t currently have. They are ready to take the plunge.”

Wolverhampton’s local newspaper, Molineux News, argued that Hwang should not be sold. “Hwang was one of Wolverhampton’s most outstanding performers last season,” the publication said. Now, other clubs are interested in him,” the publication explained.

“Marseille’s new coach, De Gervais, is a fan of Hwang Hee-chan. However, Marseille have not yet opened negotiations with Wolverhampton. They know it will be difficult to sign Hwang, who has a contract until 2028 and a hefty transfer fee.”

“Hwang is the best player in the club,” said Molineux News. We need to hold on to him at all costs. Marseille are trying to buy him cheaply. Wolverhampton should get top dollar for him.”

Nevertheless, there are reports that Wolverhampton could sell Hwang. “Hwang has a contract until 2028,” said Tribal Football, “but it will take a big transfer fee to sign him. Wolverhampton will be reluctant to sell Hwang, but they may accept an offer to ease their cash problems.”

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