Competition pushed back, Jung Woo-young finds new team…personal agreement with ‘dramatic survival’ Stuttgart

After losing his place at Freiburg, Jung Woo-young has found a new team 먹튀검증.

Sky Sports Germany reported on Tuesday (Aug. 20) that Jung has reached an agreement to join VFB Stuttgart.

“Stuttgart and Jung Woo-young have agreed on a transfer. He is under contract with Freiburg until the summer of 2025, but wants to leave the club. He wants to leave because he has lost hope of getting playing time under Christian Streich.”

“Stuttgart head coach Sebastian Hoeneß has already coached Jung when he was Bayern Munich’s reserve team coach,” he added.

However, “the transfer is not completely finalized. Freiburg have no intention of selling him until they have found a replacement. The transfer fee is also different.”

Stuttgart are reportedly willing to pay a transfer fee of €2 million ($2.8 billion) for Jung, but his market value is twice as high at €4 million ($5.6 billion).

A product of the K League 1 Incheon United youth team, Incheon Daegungo, Jung Woo-young moved to Munich in January 2018 after being spotted by then-Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti.

Despite his progress, he was looking for more playing time and moved to Freiburg in the summer of 2019. After a half-season loan spell with Munich’s B team, he broke into the first team in the 2020/21 season.

In three seasons with Freiburg, Jung played 100 games, scoring 11 goals and providing five assists.

However, in 2022/23, Jung played 26 games in the league, but only 638 minutes, a significant decrease from the previous two seasons (1055 and 1791 minutes).

메이저놀이터추천 He was looking for a place to play and was linked to Stuttgart. This is due to the aforementioned connection with head coach Hoeneß.

Hoeneß took over as the team’s firebrand in April. After a relegation battle at the bottom of the table, Stuttgart dramatically racked up 15 points in the final eight games of the season – four wins, three draws, and one loss – to finish 16th and set up a relegation playoff with Bundesliga third-place Hamburg.

With momentum in their favor, Stuttgart swept Hamburg in the playoffs, winning the first and second leg by a combined score of 6-1 to stay up.

After a shaky start to the season, Hoeneß has turned things around and Stuttgart will start the 2023/24 season in the Bundesliga. Chung Woo-young could also be in line for a chance with a new team.

The team also has Japanese players, including captain Wataru Endo and Genki Haraguchi, so he shouldn’t have too much trouble adjusting.

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