South Korea Football World Cup forward Hwang Hee-chan agonized an injury in the early stages of a Premier League clash with Brighton on Wednesday, possibly taking him out of action just weeks before the January transfer window.
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Hwang left the pitch in the 12th minute of Wednesday’s game after a collision with Brighton full-back Tariq Lamptey. Brighton was awarded a free-kick and South Korea Football World Cup striker Hwang endeavored to play on but left the pitch moments later grasping his thigh.
Wolves have made no further statement about South Korea Football World Cup forward Hwang’s injury as of press time, although it appears from replays of the incident that Hwang’s toe may have got stuck in the ground, causing a brief hyperextension, likely leading to a hamstring injury. Whether he’ll miss more than Wednesday’s game remains unclear.
If Hwang is out of exploit, it couldn’t come at a worse time for Wolves. The club is already missing Jonny Castro Otto, Yerson Mosquera, and Pedro Neto, with a question mark over both Hwang and Rayan Ait-Nouri. With a big game against Chelsea this Sunday quickly approaching, manager Bruno Lage will be climbing to field a strong squad.
After a dramatic arrival in the Premier League in September, South Korea Football World Cup star Hwang has been going through an offensive cold snap in recent games. Wednesday’s short arrival marks his seventh straight game without a goal, a substandard statistic for a player who scored four in his first six games. To know more about World Cup Tickets click here.
The parched spell also comes at a bad time for Hwang’s career, with the January transfer window now just two weeks away. Hwang joined Wolves on loan for the season, with the club maintaining the option to buy Hwang for around £13 million ($19 million), and it quickly became apparent that a more permanent offer is likely to be on the table in January.
A goalless run and an injury directly before talks begin certainly won’t be the imprint that Hwang was hoping to make. Hwang, who is known as The Bull for his inevitably aggressive style of play, has quickly become a fan preferred, with experts’ also heaping praise on the forward each week.
The fact that Hwang has a very different approach to South Korea Football World Cup star Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur relying on strength and persistence rather than speed and agility has only added to the notice.
According to Football Insider, sources at Wolver Hampton say the club is keen to buy Hwang in January. But to facilitate a deal, the club would likely need to sell another reasonably big-ticket player to raise the funds for Hwang.
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