Seongnam FC defender Kim Ji-soo’s transfer to English side Brentford has been finalized, according to local observers.

Fabrizio Romano, a journalist specializing in the transfer market who contributes to ‘The Guardian’ and other publications, said on social media (SNS) Twitter on the 17th (KST), ‘Korean center back Kim Ji-soo will come to England next week to complete the transfer process, including signing, and become a Brentford player. The transfer has been finalized.

The contract is until 2027, or four years, and he is described as ‘a player who was in the best 11 at the U20 World Cup’.

Earlier, Shin Sang-jin, the president of Seongnam City, also posted a social media Facebook post stating, “Kim Ji-soo is leaving the country to transfer to Brentford, which belongs to the EPL (English Premier League), the first division of the English football league.” It was a so-called ‘owner’s special’. It was a so-called ‘owner’s special’.토토사이트

Kim Ji-soo is a former youth player who rose to the first team through Seongnam’s youth team Pungsanggo. Last year, despite being a high school graduate, he played at the professional level. Although the team was relegated, Kim’s performance was highly regarded. She was a sort of K League All-Star last summer, playing in an event match against Tottenham Hotspur.

He was also a key player for the youth national team, most notably at the recent U20 World Cup in Argentina, where he helped South Korea reach the quarterfinals.

If Kim starts the upcoming 2023-2024 season with Brentford straight away, he will become the youngest Korean Premier League player. For now, the most likely scenario is that he will train with Brentford’s second team and try to break into the first team, rather than being loaned out to another European club.

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