Football team striker Hwang Hee-chan, who was loaned to Wolverhampton in the English Premier League, successfully transferred.

Wolverhampton announced in August last year that they had signed Hwang Hee-chan, who was brought on loan from Leipzig from the German Bundesliga, on a four-year contract until 2026.

It is known that Hwang Hee-chan's transfer fee is 16.7 million euros, which is about 22.58 billion Korean won.

Hwang Hee-chan was replaced against Watford in September last year and scored his debut goal in his debut match, and then scored four goals in his first six matches against Newcastle in October, showing off his outstanding scoring ability.

Hee-chan Hwang, who injured his thigh last month, is currently on the list of injured players and is excluded from the game, but the Wolverhampton club judged that Hee-chan Hwang's first half was successful and decided to sign him completely.


Russia's Medvedev, the world No. 2 ranked second in the Australian Open tennis men's singles event, made a thrilling comeback and entered the quarterfinals.

In the quarterfinals, Medvedev was on the verge of losing 1 and 2 sets first, being pushed by Canada's Ozealisim, who is ranked ninth in the world, with quick feet and powerful passing shots.

However, with a strong serve, he won 3 sets after tie-breaking and started chasing, and eventually won the 4th and 5th sets as well, ending a 4 hour and 42 minute battle with a 3-2 comeback victory.

Medvedev, who has advanced to the semi-finals for the second time in a row, will face the world's fourth-placed Greek, Tschipas, to advance to the final.

Chichipas advanced to the semi-finals by defeating Italy's 20-year-old rookie thinner 3-0 in the quarterfinals.

In both players' historical record, Medvedev leads Tschipas with 6 wins and 2 losses.