Hwang Hee-chan’s future is in doubt, according to reports. According to reports, Wolverhampton Wanderers are set to release him due to Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.
Hwang spent last season in a Wolverhampton shirt on loan from Leipzig in Germany. He settled in well, recording one assist in five league games in his first season.
As a result, Wolverhampton decided to buy him outright and he has been a part of the team since this season. In 26 appearances, he scored three goals and provided one assist, but injuries slowed him down. He was sidelined from February to early April.
His struggles to compete for a starting spot, coupled with the club’s financial problems, have increased the likelihood of his departure.
The question is where to go next. Reports have emerged that Leeds United, who were actively interested in Hwang last season, will not be pursuing him this time around.
According to Alan Nixon, a journalist for The Sun, “Hwang Hee-chan is leaving Wolverhampton this summer. Wolverhampton are facing FFP issues and will sell him to balance the club’s books.” “Leeds are unlikely to revive the interest they showed in Hwang last year,” he added. 메이저사이트
Leeds local newspaper MOT Leeds News also admitted that “Leeds, who showed interest in Hwang Hee-chan a year ago, have now lost interest”.
The reason: “Hwang has shown problems with his goal-scoring ability. He may be looking for a new challenge overseas to get his career back on track.”
“Leeds may be in either the Premier League or Championship next season, but they need new faces ahead of the new season. However, Hwang will not be happy playing in the Championship rather than the Premier League.”
Leeds are 19th in the relegation zone. They need a win in their final game against Tottenham Hotspur, while 17th-place Everton and 18th-place Leicester City must lose to stay up.
Meanwhile, Hwang Hee-chan is reportedly attracting interest from not only the Premier League but also Italian Serie A teams. However, no specific team names were mentioned.