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British press reported Tottenham Hostpur FC and Liverpool FC are interested in Hwang Hee chan



Tottenham Hostpur FC and Liverpool F are paying attention to Hwang Hee chan (FC Red Bull Salzburg). The British press 'football.london' reported "Spurs and Liverpool to battle for forward this summer".

This is the first story reported by the British 'London Evening Standard'. The media reported that "Tottenham Hostpur FC is also interested in Hwang Hee chan, another Korean FW. And the media also reported"Liverpool FC and some German and Spanish football clubs are also interested in Hwang Hee chan".

Hwang Hee chan recorded 12 goals last season. At that time, the possibility of transfer to his German Bundesliga had been raised. However, the number of football clubs interested in him increased further in this time. He made an impressive activity for each main race such as UEFA Europa League, which became the opportunity for attention of big clubs.

He played a good game in the second game of the quarterfinals with SS Lazio of UEFA Europa League. Hwang Hee chan recorded the third goal of FC Red Bull Salzburg at 29 minutes of the second half. This was the goal of a miracle to change the result of the first round. 'football.london' also reported that "Hwang Hee chan scored a goal against Serie A's SS Lazio, a player who led the hope of FC Red Bull Salzburg." And 'football.london' said "Hwang Hee chan has recorded only 4 goals in the league, but he has been responsible for the core role in major competitions".

Hwang Hee chan signed a contract with FC Red Bull Salzburg last November until 2021. Currently, his transfer fee is estimated about £13 million.

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