“Bayern Munich also interested in Kim Ji-Soo… Compared to Kim Min-jae,” English media Brentport focus on Kim Ji-Soo

“Bayern Munich also interested in Kim Ji-Soo… Comparisons to Kim Min-jae”.

“Premier League side Brentford have finalized the signing of Kim Ji-Soo,” the Daily Mail reported on April 18 (KST). 안전놀이터

“Kim will sign a four-year contract with Brentford. The transfer fee is £500,000 ($820,000).”

Kim’s move to Brentford was officially announced by the mayor of Seongnam.

Seongnam Mayor Shin Sang-jin, the owner of K League 2 side Seongnam, posted a photo with Kim Ji-soo on his channel on March 14, writing, “Kim Ji-soo will leave the country next week to join Brentford,” effectively making the announcement.

Kim has also resolved the work permit issue that has been cited as a barrier to his move to the Premier League.

The English Football Association (FA) announced the implementation of new work permit rules on Thursday in an effort to open the door for overseas players to enter England.

According to the new rules, starting next season, Premier League and English Championship (second division) clubs will be able to keep up to four players who are not eligible for work permits.

Kim Ji-soo, born in 2004, broke into the professional ranks last year from the Seongnam youth ranks. At the age of 17, he signed a semi-professional contract with Seongnam in February last year, becoming the youngest player in the K League for the 2022 season 메이저사이트추천.

After making his debut as a substitute against the Pohang Steelers in Round 11, Kim began to make a name for himself when he started against Suwon Samsung in Round 12. As he moved up through the ranks, he earned more and more playing time, and in July of last year, he was named to the Team K League All-Star squad to play against Tottenham.

“Kim is highly regarded across Europe, having been scouted by Bayern Munich and Sporting Lisbon,” said the Daily Mail, “and has even been compared to Napoli’s Kim Min-jae.”

If Kim pulls on a Brentford shirt, he will become the 16th South Korean player to ever play in the Premier League. He is the seventh player to go straight from the K League to the Premier League and the first from the K League 2.

“Bayern Munich also interested in Kim Ji-Soo… Comparisons to Kim Min-jae”. “Premier League side Brentford have finalized the signing of Kim Ji-Soo,” the Daily Mail reported on April 18 (KST). 안전놀이터 “Kim will sign a four-year contract with Brentford. The transfer fee is £500,000 ($820,000).” Kim’s move to Brentford was officially announced by the mayor…

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