Hwang In-beom, Rumored to be Transferring to a Prestigious Serbian Team… Local Reports of “4-year Contract”
There has been a local report that Korean national soccer team midfielder Hwang In-beom is leaving Olympiakos (Greece), where conflict has deepened, and is heading to Serbia’s prestigious FK Cverna Zvezda.
Serbia’s leading daily Politica quoted Tanjug News Agency on the 4th (Korean time) and said, “Hwang In-beom will become a new member of Zvezda.
“We signed a four-year contract,” he said. “Approximately 5 million euros (approximately 7.12 billion won) will be paid over three years.”
“It is the highest transfer fee in the club’s history,” the report said. 토토사이트
At the same time, it was reported that Hwang In-beom, who had a conflict with the club over the contract period, had already left Olympiacos about a month ago.
According to reports, Hwang In-beom’s side believed that the contract with the club ended this summer.
However, Olympiacos said that there were still two more years left and that they could not send the player unless there was an offer to pay 15 million euros (21.37 billion won) as a transfer fee, leading to a standoff.
The newspaper reported that while the two sides were at a stalemate, Zvezda intervened and succeeded in recruiting Hwang In-beom.
He added, “Hwang In-beom is the best player in Asia.
Zvezda has strengthened its strength the most in the past 10 years.”
Greek sports media outlet Gazeta also simultaneously reported the news of Hwang In-beom’s transfer.
However, the media reported that the transfer fee was 5.5 million euros.
At the same time, it was explained that Olympiacos felt burdened by the prolonging dispute with Hwang In-beom, so they allowed the transfer to Zvezda, a team with which they had maintained a good relationship.
Hwang In-beom boasted a strong position to the point where he was selected as Olympiakos’ Player of the Year’ by the league secretariat starting from his debut season, the 2022-2023 season, but he has not been able to appear in an official match even once since the conflict with the club.
Hwang In-beom, who played for Kazan, Russia, wore the Olympiakos uniform after playing for FC Seoul in the K-League through special regulations of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last year.
He was a regular at Olympiacos, appearing in 32 league games, 5 matches in the UEFA Europa League qualifying and final matches, and 3 matches in the Greek Cup.
He scored 3 goals and 4 assists in the league, 1 goal in the Europa League qualifiers and 1 goal in the cup competition.
Zvezda, based in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is a prestigious team that has won the regular league and cup competitions for three consecutive seasons.
They have a history of winning the ‘Yugoslav First Division’, which was the highest league in the region before Yugoslavia collapsed due to civil war in the 1990s, 19 times.
They are the strongest team in name and reality, having won the Serbian Superliga nine times.
This is their 6th consecutive loss since the 2017-2018 season.
As such, they are regular guests at club competitions hosted by UEFA.
In the 1990-1991 season, he also took the throne in the European Cup, the predecessor of the UEFA Champions League.