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Was Hwang Hee-chan and Wolves best to renew their contract until 2028 → Rumor has it that they will move to a big club…

Hwang Hee-chan’s decision to sign a virtual life contract with his team, Wolverhampton Wanderers, which showed the best performance this season, feels somewhat unfortunate. This is even more so because rumors of a transfer to a big club were constantly coming up just before the renewal of the contract.

Wolverhampton announced the renewal of his contract with Hwang Hee-chan on the club’s official website on the 22nd (Korea Standard Time), saying, “The club’s most prolific scorer Hwang Hee-chan has signed a new long-term contract until 2028 with an option to extend one year.”

“It wasn’t always a painful voyage after Hwang came to the club, but he always gave everything,” Wolverhampton’s general manager Matt Hobbs said. “Now the fans are truly grateful for what he does on the field, for scoring runs, for being an important part of coach Gary O’Neill’s team. What he does on and off the field is well deserved to be appreciated.”

“His versatility really helped O’Neill, who was playing across the front line,” Hwang said of Hwang Hee-chan. “He was also helped by O’Neill’s faith in him, just like Pedro Netu. Both of them were able to play their best soccer ever after coming here.”

“Hwang Hee-chan is mentally and physically strong like a bull,” Hobbs said. “If you look at his behavior on and off the field and his attitude toward soccer, you can see how much he is loved by the players.”

“Hwang Hee-chan’s English is really good. He is definitely better than my Korean,” he said. “He regained his confidence after a hard time in Leipzig, and the stronger he became, the more he created on the field.” He repeatedly praised Hwang for his efforts to adapt to the team.

Hwang Hee-chan also said, “I’m really happy to stay here and I want to say thank you to my teammates, staff, family and fans. I’m really happy to stay in Wolverhampton. I’m enjoying playing here and everything, including life and soccer,” adding, “I’m with very good team members and players, and everything here is amazing. I want to keep playing well and I’m ready to give everything.”

“The nine goals I scored this season make me happy, but I want to say thank you to my teammates, coaching staff and my family. Goal and help are not something I can do alone. I learned a lot from the coaching staff, so my goal is for the team. I will do my best to help the team,” he said. “I am not satisfied with the new contract. Sometimes I talk with my teammates about our ambitions, but we have the same ambitions. I have more responsibility to win and I am ready to fight for the team.”

“I got off to a good start and scored a lot, but over the course of the months, I had some difficult times getting injured,” Hwang Hee-chan said of the time he spent at Wolverhampton. “But my dream was to play in the Premier League, so I tried to do my best every day and it’s really fun. I want to show my fans a lot of good performances, and I want to show people good energy.” 스포츠토토

Regarding the future of the club, he said, “We have a good coaching staff and good players. I really want to win every game, and I want to show good performances to my fans and bring them a lot of points.”

Hwang Hee-chan said, “I’m so excited. I’m going to keep doing my best, and I’m going to play for my team, for my fans, for my family,” vowing, “Hopefully we can enjoy this time, I’m going to do my best every day and we’re going to keep going.”

Hwang Hee-chan will receive the highest salary in his club thanks to this contract. European soccer correspondent Fabrizio Romano said, “Wolverhampton and Hwang Hee-chan have agreed on a new deal. With this contract, Hwang will be at the same level as the highest-paid players in his club.”

Up until now, Hwang was receiving 30,000 pounds (49.8 million won) a week from Wolverhampton. Pablo Sarabia, one of the highest-paid players in his club, is reportedly paid 90,000 pounds a week. Hwang Hee-chan’s signing of the contract is similar to Sarabia’s.

However, the decision to extend it by four and a half years to June 2028 is rather unfortunate. Hwang Hee-chan, born in 1996, will turn 31 by 2028. In fact, it is almost like a lifetime of Wolverhampton. As the existing contract was until June 2026, it was enough to wait a little longer for the performance and situation in the future and push for the renewal.

If the interest of big clubs continued, the renewal negotiations could have been led to an advantage, and the transfer to a big club could have been made close to a free contract. From the standpoint of big clubs, there is a clear difference between signing an ace from a mid- to low-ranking team in his 30s as a free agent and bringing him in at a transfer fee. Even if he ended up accompanying Wolverhampton due to his less active performance than now, it was also possible to have more teams as options as he was in free agency.

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