(SEOUL, South Korea) By Lee Ji-jin = Professional soccer K League 1 side Gangwon FC has signed midfielder Lee Jae-won on loan through a trade.
Gangwon FC said on Tuesday, “We have signed Lee Jae-won in a ‘loan-to-own’ trade with Seongnam FC. Jung Seung-yong is leaving for Seongnam,” the club said.
The 1997-born attacking midfielder made his professional debut in the 2019 season with Seongnam.
Kang said, “Lee Jae-won has excellent tactical skills. The addition of Lee Jae-won will further strengthen the team’s offense.”
“I will try to adapt quickly and integrate into the team. My biggest goal is to be useful to the team,” he said, adding, “I will show the fans something on the field that will satisfy them.”
In addition, Ryu Kwang-hyun, a former player of Gangneung Jeil-go, the Gangwon U-18 team, officially joined the team.
“I feel honored to be a part of Gangwon as a youth player,” said Ryu, who originally played as a wingback but switched to central defense after entering Honam University, “and I will do my best to help the team rebound.”
Meanwhile, veteran defender Jung Seung-yong, who has played for Gangwon since 2016 except for his military service, donned a K League 2 Seongnam jersey.
With 208 professional appearances, Jung has been a mainstay for Gangwon, starting every regular season game in 2022.
“I’m looking forward to integrating into the team,” said Jung, who will play the rest of the season with Seongnam. 카지노사이트 Seongnam needs a lot of support from the fans. I hope you will give me a lot of support.”