Hwang Hee-chan re-signed through 2028…’$150,000 a week’ best deal on the team

Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton) has re-signed with the club until 2028 with the best deal in the organization.
Wolverhampton announced on their official website on the 21st (local time), “We have signed Hwang Hee-chan, the team’s top scorer, to a long-term contract until 2028.

It also includes an option to extend the contract by one year.”
Wolverhampton also posted an image of Hwang with the words “Hwang Hee-chan 2028” written in Korean in the background.
The club said: “With nine goals before Christmas, Hwang is enjoying his best season yet.

Only five players in the EPL have scored more goals this season. 카지노

His partnership with Pedro Neto and Mateusz Cunha is also good.”
Hwang has scored nine goals (eight league) in 17 games (16 EPL, one League Cup) this season.



That’s four more than the team’s second-leading scorer, Cunha (five).
Wolverhampton head coach Gary O’Neill had previously told the media that he was “delighted to see him play for a long time as he scored important goals.”
Hwang has reportedly signed a new deal that puts him on par with the club’s highest-paid players.

Pablo Sarabia, the highest-paid player on the team, is estimated to earn £90,000 ($150 million) per week, while Hwang will earn nearly three times more than his previous £30,000-a-week salary.
“I’m happy and grateful to my colleagues, staff, family, and fans,” Hwang said in an interview with Nurijip. “

I love my colleagues.

Everything is perfect.

I want to give my all here,” he added.
“I scored the goal with the help of my teammates, and I learned a lot from the coaching staff, so it’s their goal,” Hwang said, adding, “I will not be satisfied and will fight and win with more responsibility in the future.”

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