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Former Chelsea player Marco Marin (35) observed Seol Young-woo (26, Ulsan HD) in Doha, Qatar.

Serbian media outlet ‘Sportal’ reported on the 1st (below) that “Marco Marin spotted Seol Young-woo”.

Born in 1998, the fullback grew up in Ulsan Hyundai since 2011 and made his professional debut in June 2020, starting at left fullback. Capable of playing both left and right fullback, Seol is a versatile resource who can also play center back and defensive midfield with his excellent football intelligence.

After rising through the ranks of the U-17 national team, Seol played at the Tokyo Olympics and the Hangzhou Asian Games, where he won a gold medal and received military service benefits.

On March 20, 카지노사이트 The West Ham Way reported that the Hammers were interested in Seol, stating, “West Ham United’s technical director Tim Steiten is monitoring the movements of South Korea international full-back Seol Young-woo.” The publication added, “The Hammers are interested in Seol Young-woo.

The outlet added: “West Ham’s technical director is monitoring a number of potential winter transfer targets at the Asian Cup. Owner David Sullivan has identified Asia as a recruitment market for players for their quality, work ethic and commercial return prospects.”

Another club has emerged with an interest in Seol Young-woo.

It’s FK Zvezda, a prestigious Serbian club where Hwang In-bum plays.

“Zvezda is on the verge of signing South Korea national team player Seol Young-woo,” said Sportal. The transfer link is his friend Hwang In-beom, who became the club’s highest transfer fee ever, and Zvezda is set to sign Seol, who can play on both sides of the ball.”

“Zvezda’s head of scouting Marco Marin traveled to Doha, Qatar, where the Asian Cup is being held, to coordinate the details of the transfer with his club, Ulsan HD,” the outlet said.

“Valued at €1.4 million ($2 billion), Seol can also play on the left side, 카지노사이트 추천 which means he can help the experienced Milan Rodic and young Viktor Radojevic,” the outlet continued.

“At the Asian Cup, Seol played the full 90 minutes for South Korea against Bahrain and Jordan and recorded an assist against Saudi Arabia, helping South Korea reach the quarterfinals,” Sportal said.

“West Ham also tracked Seol, but the interest did not materialize,” the outlet added.

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