Kim Ji-soo (19, Seongnam FC), who is called ‘the second Kim Min-jae’, is more likely to eat rice with the son of English legend David Beckham (48).메이저사이트
Kim Ji-soo is raising the possibility of going to Brentford in the English Premier League (EPL) this summer. European transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano posted on his social media on the 17th (Korean time), “I know that Brentford has reached an agreement with Seongnam FC center back Kim Ji-soo, born in 2004. The agreement on personal terms has ended, and the contract will be signed next week.
Previously, Seongnam owner Shin Sang-jin, mayor of Seongnam, said on social media on the 14th, “Kim Ji-soo is leaving Korea next week to transfer to the ‘Brentford’ club belonging to the EPL, the best English league. ” It won’t be easy, but I decided to ask and pray for greater personal success, as well as becoming the world’s best player without injury, making soccer fans happy and becoming a proud player in Seongnam and Korea.
” “We are delighted to have signed Romeo Beckham from Inter Miami. The contract period is for one year, with an option to extend for another year,” he said, announcing the full signing of Romeo Beckham. After being loaned to Brentford B from Inter Miami, an American Major League Soccer (MLS) club, in January, It’s a complete transfer this time.
Romeo Beckham is the second son of three sons and one daughter of David Beckham, co-owner of Manchester United (Man United) and English legend, Inter Miami. Romeo Beckham, who plays a variety of positions such as winger and fullback, joined Inter Miami 2nd Army in 2021 after working for Arsenal and Inter Miami Youth. Since then, he has been transferred to Brentford B (2nd team) to secure playing time.
If Kim Ji-soo transfers to Brentford, there is a high possibility of meeting Romeo Beckham naturally. As the two have different positions, they can grow together as the main axis of the team through cooperation rather than competition. Kim Ji-soo is expected to draw attention in that he is a defender who resembles Kim Min-jae, who is heating up Europe. As Romeo is also gaining fame with his father’s halo, expectations for the next season of the Brentford club are rising.
Meanwhile, Kim Ji-soo, who graduated from Poongsaeng High School, entered into a professional stage with Seongnam last year by signing a semi-professional contract for the first time with the club. And in May of that year, he made his professional soccer debut against Suwon Samsung and became the youngest player in K-League 1 history (17 years, 4 months, 20 days old) to become a hot topic. Kim Ji-soo, who played a total of 19 games last year, was also selected as a ‘K-League All-Star’ and faced off against Tottenham players belonging to Son Heung-min.
Kim Ji-soo also participated in the FIFA World Cup under the age of 20 (U-20) in Argentina, contributing to leading Kim Eun-joong to the semifinals. Above all, he caught the attention of scouts by commanding the defense from the rear and unfolding the salty water defense. He is 192 cm tall and boasts quick feet and judgment as well as aerial fights, and is being compared to Kim Min-jae. Naples even looked at Kim Ji-soo as a substitute for Kim Min-jae.
It seems that the issue of work permits (work visas), which was an obstacle, has also been resolved. Initially, the EPL set a stringent condition to the extent that foreign prospects, not domestic growth players, had to play a key role in the A national team. Because of this, Kim Ji-su was highly likely to be leased after being recruited. However, recently, as the English Football Association (FA) eased the standards so that up to four players can be recruited in the case of the EPL even in the case of players who are not subject to work permits, Kim Ji-soo also benefited