FC Seoul’s main defender Lee Han-beom (21), who was selected for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games national team, is about to advance to the European stage. , an official from the soccer world said, “Lee Han-beom is transferring to Mittwillan (Denmark), known for his team Cho Kyu-seong.
Lee Han-beom has consistently expressed his will to advance into Europe, and he has been steadily beckoning to Lee Han-beom in Europe. Recently, the revenge team of England’s second division, which has shown a lot of interest in Korean players, reached out, but negotiations were slow due to problems such as transfer fees. 먹튀검증 Then, about a week before the deadline of the European transfer market, Mittjyllan offered a huge transfer fee of nearly 2 billion Korean won, and the European market rushed. It is known that Mittwillan has consistently ‘followed’ a Korean player before and after recruiting national team striker Cho Kyu-seong from Jeonbuk this summer.
In fact, Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich) is the only case in history where a Korean center back has entered Europe with a transfer fee of over 2 billion won. In the summer of 2021, Kim Min-jae transferred to Fenerbahce from Beijing Guoan, China for a transfer fee of 3 million euros, and in two years has grown into a player worth 50 million euros to join one of the big clubs in Europe, ‘Le-Bar-Mun’. Lee Han-beom also hopes to succeed Kim Min-jae.
The impact of the departure of the main defenders is bound to be great at the point where Seoul is trying to squeeze the last power with the goal of advancing to the Asian Champions League. However, the Seoul club decided to support the challenge so that Lee Han-beom, who is expected to become the national team’s main center back in the future, can become a bigger player. In addition, Seoul made substantial reinforcements by leasing Kwon Wan-gyu, who played more than 200 K-League games, from Seongnam ahead of the season. Currently, Kwon Wan-gyu, Hwang Hyeon-soo, and Kang Sang-hee are on standby. Veteran Jeong Hyeon-cheol, a defensive midfielder, can also serve as center back. He may not have a bigger gap than expected.
Lee Han-beom, who came from Boin High School and joined Seoul in 2021, has established himself as a key center back in the former manager Ahn Ik-soo’s system. Lee Han-bum, who played 10 league games in his first season, played 23 games despite continuing injuries in the 2022 season. He has played 18 games as center back partner for Kim Joo-sung this season. He is 1m88 tall and is good at controlling the ball in the air, and is evaluated as a player with excellent ball control. He is excellent at forward passes that he sprinkles into the offensive line.
It is unknown whether Lee Han-beom will have a farewell match against Ulsan scheduled for the 27th in the 28th round home game. Mittwillan, who has already entered the new season, is said to want Lee Han-beom to join them quickly. From mid-September, when Cho Kyu-seong, who is currently suffering from a hamstring injury, will return, a Korean ‘handsome duo’ is expected to start operating at Meatwillan. Lee Han-beom will participate in the Asian Games, which will open in September, as a European player, and will go on a gold medal hunt.