Lee Hyun-joo will join Hannover 96 on a one-year loan

‘The future of Korean soccer’ Lee Hyun-joo (21) will join Hannover 96 on a one-year loan after re-signing with Bayern Munich.

Bayern Munich announced through the club’s website on March 23 (KST), “Lee Hyun-joo is leaving on loan after extending his contract. The club extends the midfielder’s contract until 2027 and commits him to one more season in the 2. Bundesliga. He will now spend the next season in Hannover,” the club announced.

Academy Manager Jochen Zauer added: “Hyun-Joo had a very good season at Werder Wiesbaden despite the relegation. He also improved as a footballer. He can now definitely take the next step at Hannover, an ambitious club. We will follow him very closely. We will follow him very closely and wish him the best of luck.”

Hannover also announced the loan signing of Hyun-Joo Lee. “South Korea age-group international Hyun-Joo Lee joins Hannover from Bayern Munich. 스포츠토토 The club presents its third signing of the summer. The midfielder joins the team on a one-year loan. The deal includes an option for a full transfer.”

Hannover has high hopes for Hyun-Joo.

Director Marcus Mann said: “Hyun-Joo is an exciting young player who adds to our options in central midfield. He has great pace, skill and a high level of football intelligence. He also has good decision-making and the ability to get forward in tight spaces.”

He added: “Hyun-Joo can also provide an additional goal threat in midfield. We have seen him adapt and develop quickly after moving to Europe, which he already knows well from his experience in the German second division last season. We still see a lot of potential in Hyun-Joo. We will do our best to support him to bring out what he has.”

A former Pohang Steelers youth player, Hyun-Joo made his Bayern Munich debut in January 2022. After representing his country at age-group level from a young age, he joined the Bavarians initially on loan, and after half a season, he made the move permanent.

Lee Hyun-Joo also participated in first-team training, but he honed his skills in Munich’s second team. In his first season, he showed promise with 20 goals, nine assists, and two assists.

Hyun-joo joined Wiesbaden on loan for one season after they were promoted to the 2.

Bundesliga last season. Despite being sidelined with a knee injury, he gained experience in all competitions, scoring four goals in 31 games across all competitions.

He returned from his loan spell, but new coach Vincent Kompany decided to keep him on loan for another season. The Bavarians also committed to his future by extending his contract for two more years, until 2025.

Lee is looking forward to a new challenge. “Hannover played really good football for most of last season. They are a big club with a lot of fans and a great stadium. When I found out they were interested in me, it was quickly clear that I was going to Hannover.” “I’m a player who works hard in every training session and game and tries to do my best. 토토사이트 순위 I’m happy to be able to start preparing right away,” he said on joining the club.

Lee joined Hannover’s training camp immediately.

He first interacted with his new teammates in a team training session on the morning of the 23rd local time, shortly after signing. Hyun-Joo will wear the number 11 shirt.

Hannover finished sixth out of 18 teams in the German second division last season. With 52 points, they failed to catch third-place Düsseldorf (60 points) and failed to qualify for the promotion playoffs.

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