There is a possibility that Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton Wanderers) and Elling Hollan (Manchester City) will reunite in Korea this summer.
Thai media Thairat said on the 25th (Korean time) that Manchester City and Bayern Munich almost made a visit to Thailand, but Korea won the deal and it was canceled.
The media reported, “A total of five big European clubs, including Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Tottenham Hotspur, and PSG, competed to play in Thailand, and it started last November.”
“First of all, Manchester City and Bayern Munich agreed to have a friendly match at the Rajamangala Stadium on July 29.
If this report is true, Manchester City and Bayern Munich will visit Korea this summer.
Previously, in February, Manchester City reporter Jack Goheon of the Daily Mail in the UK said, “The club is preparing for a visit to Asia while preparing for the 2023/24 season pre-season. We plan to do a summer tour in Japan and Thailand in mid-July.”
Manchester City prepares for a pre-season tour of Asia four years after visiting Japan for a friendly against sister club Yokohama F. Marinos in the summer of 2019. At that time, I visited Japan, Hong Kong, and China.
Media reported in February that Manchester City had yet to finalize a deal, but was due for a shorter tour in Thailand after a longer period in Japan.
However, as reported by the Thai media, it seems that the Thailand schedule will be held in Korea. After Son Heung-min’s Tottenham Hotspur and La Liga club Sevilla visited in July last year, a visit by a Premier League team is expected for the second consecutive year.
Previously, in early March,메이저놀이터 there was a local report that Hwang Hee-chan’s team, Wolverhampton Wanderers, was scheduled for a pre-season tour for the 2023/24 season.
If the pre-season tour schedule is confirmed as reported, the two players who ate together at RB Salzburg in Austria are expected to reunite in Korea and prepare for the next season.
In addition, a visit to Korea by Bayern Munich, a prestigious Bundesliga, is also scheduled according to reports. The Munich 2nd team belongs to Lee Hyun-joo, who was selected for the Korean U22 national team.