Seongnam FC recruited striker Shin Jae-won (25) as a free agent.

Shin Jae-won, who spent his childhood in Australia, went through the U16 national team by age group. After graduating from high school, he went to Korea University and played an active part in winning the 2017 University Wangjungwangjeon and scoring 10 points in 12 U-League games in 2018.

Shin Jae-won began his professional career at FC Seoul in the 2019 season and rose to prominence after being named to the U23 national team training roster. After that, he went through Ansan and Suwon FC, and has scored 1 goal in 32 K-League games.

Shin Jae-won, who stands out from the side, is a multiplayer who can play both wing forward and wing back. His dribbling and shooting through his quick feet, and his long-distance crossing ability are considered his strengths.

Coach Lee Ki-hyung said, “He is a player who can participate in both side defense and offense. I hope he will contribute to the team’s unified goal this season by training hard.”

Shin Jae-won said, “I am grateful to the coach who called me to take on a new challenge in Seongnam. I will work hard to become a long-remembered player in Seongnam. Please support me a lot.”

After completing the medical test at Bundang Best Hospital, Shin Jae-won is expected to join the club’s first winter training camp, Chiang Mai, Thailand, and join the players. 메이저사이트

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