Seongnam Kim Ji-soo, born in 2004, is a love call from Bayern Munich, the world’s strongest.
Sports Chosun Reporter Kim Ga-eul] ‘World’s strongest’ Bayern Munich was hooked on ‘large center back’ Kim Ji-soo (19, Seongnam FC), born in 2004.
On the 21st, multiple officials familiar with the K-League transfer market told Sports Chosun, “Large center back Kim Ji-soo received a love call from Bayern Munich, which is considered the world’s strongest. It’s not just a matter of interest. Bayern Munich recently delivered a letter of intent to recruit players to the Seongnam club,’ he hinted.
Kim Ji-soo is a talent that Korea pays attention to. It is evaluated that he has an overwhelming physical body of 1m92-84kg and even a soccer sense. He boasts various strengths such as excellent physical fighting and one-on-one ability.
He was recognized for his talent early on. He played an active role as an ace in the national team for each age group. He played for the under-17 (U-17) national team. He is currently the defensive core of the under-20 (U-20) national team led by coach Kim Eun-joong. He was also on the list of training camps in Spain for the recently announced 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-20 Asian Cup. Although he is young, he is standing shoulder to shoulder with his older brothers by repeatedly skipping grades. Kim Ji-soo is also considered a generation of the 2024 Paris Olympics led by coach Hwang Seon-hong.
Kim Ji-soo also proved his skills on the professional stage. Kim Ji-soo, who went through the Seongnam Under-15 (U-15) and Under-18 (U-18) teams, signed a semi-professional contract with Seongnam last year and made his professional debut. He is the club’s first semi-professional player. He was also the youngest registered player for the 2022 season. 슬롯사이트 Although he was young, his performance was hot. Kim Ji-soo played 19 games of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2022’. Praise poured in. Former Seongnam coach Kim Nam-il said, “Kim Ji-soo showed no loss to his opponent even at height. Looking at Kim Ji-soo, the reality is that we are both happy and sad. There are players who need to do more, but the younger players play more stably. Motivate the younger players more It seems to be going,” he praised. Jeonbuk Hyundai coach Kim Sang-sik, who led the ‘Team K-League’ in the All-Star Game last summer, also praised Kim Ji-soo, saying, “Kim Min-jae (Naples) comes to mind.”
Kim Ji-su, who showed potential at a young age, was caught on the radar of Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich checked Kim Ji-soo’s movements for a long time. It is known that he watched and evaluated Kim Ji-soo’s league game last year.