‘Former Manchester United Striker’ Lingard, will he Play in the K-League? “FC Seoul Imminent”

Sky Sports of England “Lingard is imminent to go to FC Seoul”

FC Seoul “We are in contact with Lingard… Negotiating to join”

The recruitment of attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard (32, England), who played for Manchester United (Manchester United, England), is being pursued by K League 1 FC Seoul.

British sports media Sky Sports reported on the 2nd (Korean time) that “Lingard is close to a ‘surprise transfer’ to Korea,” and that “a move to FC Seoul is imminent.” 바카라사이트

Sky Sports even revealed the details of the contract, saying, “Lingard is believed to have verbally agreed to a contract,

including the terms of the base two years plus a one-year extension.”

He added, “He will leave the country within a few days and finalize the contract.

It is said that he wanted a fresh start in a new country.”

An FC Seoul official on the same day, “We have contacted Lingard.

We are negotiating to join.”

Jesse Lingard, born in 1992, was once a key attacking player at EPL’s prestigious Manchester United.

He has over 200 career appearances for Manchester United.

Lingard, who joined the Manchester United youth team in 2000 at the age of 7,

played on loan for Leicester City, Birmingham City, Brighton & Hove Albion, and Derby County,

before expanding his presence at his original team, Manchester United, in earnest in 2015.

Lingard, who played in 25 English Premier League (EPL) games under the guidance of manager Louis van Gaal that season,

played as a key player by playing in more than 20 league games until 2020.

Lingard’s greatest strength during his prime was his prolific activity in the attacking third.

He has been compared by fans to ‘Man United senior’ Park Ji-sung, Jeonbuk Hyundai technical director,

who showed similar advantages due to his excellent movement when not in possession of the ball.

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