Jung Woo-young, new challenge in Freiburg

Bayern Munich's 20-year-old forward Jung Woo-young has moved to Freiburg with Lee Kang-in, who is called "the future of Korean football". It is Kim Hyung-ryul. Freiburg team officially announced the transfer of Jung Woo-young through the homepage.


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Bayern Munich's 20-year-old forward Jung Woo-young has moved to Freiburg with Lee Kang-in, who is called "the future of Korean football".

It is Kim Hyung-ryul.

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Freiburg team officially announced the transfer of Jung Woo-young through the homepage.

In four years, the transfer fee was 4.5 million euros, and our money was 5.9 billion won.

Freiburg has promised plenty of opportunities in the first-team stage, and the Munich club has not lost the tie, including a re-entryable buyback clause.

[Chung Woo-young / Freiburg striker: I would like to improve here and help the Freiburg team.]

Jung Woo-young, who is fast-paced and gorgeous, has joined Munich in January last year when he was 19 years old. In November, he made his debut as a young player in the European Champions League.

Since then, he has played mainly in Munich 2, played 29 goals in 13 games and 9 in the national team. He was also a key attacker with the Lee Kang - in team under 20 years old.

[Jung Jung-yong / U-20 national team coach: (Jung Woo-young) It was actually 'Plan A'. Because of what Jung Woo-young has (talents).]

Jung Woo-young, who got a chance on a new team, rides on the ground with a new number 29.

(Image editing: UGG)

ref: sbskr