Jeonbuk, who found a replacement for Song Bum-geun, recruited ‘K League 2 Jo Hyun-woo’ Jeong Min-ki

Jeonbuk Hyundai found a replacement for Song Bum-keun. ‘K-League 2 Jo Hyeon-woo’ Jeong Min-ki.

An official familiar with the K-League transfer market told Sports Chosun on the 19th, “Jeonbuk has recruited goalkeeper Jeong Min-ki from FC Anyang. The medical test will be completed today. An announcement will be made soon.” With this, Jeonbuk succeeded in reinforcing the goalkeeper position and is spending a frugal transfer market.

Jeonbuk let go of goalkeeper Song Bum-keun this winter. On the 18th, Shonan Bellmare of the J-League officially announced the complete transfer of Song Bum-keun. On the 18th, Shonan Bellmare officially announced the complete transfer of Song Bum-keun through the club website. Song Bum-geun wore a Jeonbuk uniform in 2018 and immediately played an active role as the main goalkeeper. Song Beom-keun, who has passed through all age groups, has established himself as a top-notch goalkeeper in the K-League. In his last five years, he has appeared in 167 games, conceding 140 points and not allowing an average of 1 goal per game. 0.84 runs scored. He led Jeonbuk’s 5th consecutive K-League victory (2017-2021).

Song Bum-geun, who received military service benefits through the gold medal at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, continued to grow, and also experienced the first World Cup in his life at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Song Bum-keun’s contract with Jeonbuk expired at the end of this season. He tried to renew the contract with Jeonbuk, but the conditions were not right. Song Bum-geun had a great desire to go abroad. He has also pushed for overseas transfers before. Jung Sung-ryong, Kwon Soon-tae, and Kim Jin-hyeon were very active, showing great interest in the J-League, where there is a great need for Korean goalkeepers, and eventually took Shonan’s hand. 토토사이트

Jeonbuk, which sent Song Bum-keun, immediately started looking for a replacement. In addition to actively utilizing Lee Beom-soo, who played a big role in the Asian Champions League last season, and Kim Jeong-hoon, who was discharged from the military, they also turned their attention to external blood transfusions. The answer was Jeong Min-gi, who is considered the best goalkeeper in the K-League 2.

Jung Min-gi, who debuted in Anyang in 2018, has been called one of the best goalkeepers in the K-League 2. Jeong Min-ki, who increased his playing time from 2020, played a big role in 2021 and 2022, contributing to the team’s playoff run. Despite his height of 1m90, he has tremendous agility and quickness, and he often shows off his super saves, earning him the nickname ‘Cho Hyeon-woo of K-League 2’. His judgment and composure are also evaluated as excellent. Above all, the biggest advantage of Jung Min-ki is that his growth is more prominent. Anyang coach Lee Woo-hyung said, “Jung Min-ki will become the national team’s goalkeeper in the future.”

Jeonbuk succeeded in securing the goal with the recruitment of Jung Min-ki. Jeonbuk, which has already added Jun Amano and is close to recruiting Lee Dong-jun, is eager to reinforce the attacking team, and is determined to challenge for the championship next season through several additional recruits.