MLS Minnesota is in the final stage of recruiting a Korean soccer striker

Minnesota United (USA) is trying to bring a Korean for the 2023 Major League Soccer (MLS).

Adrian Heath (62, England), Minnesota coach, said on the 26th (Korean time), “Mark Watson (53, Canada), technical director, has left the country to recruit players.”

The Minnesota local newspaper ‘Pioneer Press’ said, “He is a Korean wing under the age of 22. Manager Heath is optimistic (for success),” he reported on the target of the contract promotion.

The MLS transfer window for the first half of this season runs from February 10th to May 4th local time. Founded in 2015 in Minnesota, there are no Koreans among 76 foreign players from 42 countries who have participated so far.

Attention is focusing on whether Minnesota will be able to establish a relationship with a Korean player for the first time in the team’s history. ▲ 2003-2004 Myung-bo Hong (Los Angeles Galaxy) ▲ 2012-2013 Young-pyo Lee (Vancouver Whitecaps) ▲ 2018-2019 Ki-hee Kim (Seattle Sounders) ▲ 2019-2020 In-beom Hwang (Vancouver Whitecaps) ▲ From 2021 to 2022, there is Kim Moon-hwan (Los Angeles FC).

Hong Myung-bo, Lee Young-pyo, and Kim Ki-hee also stepped on the MLS playoff stage. Kim Ki-hee experienced the postseason victory and the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League.

Minnesota ranked 7th in the 2019 MLS regular season, runner-up in the American Football Association Cup, and 2020 MLS Playoffs semifinals as the best performance in major competitions, and has yet to win a championship. 바카라사이트

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