Jeong Sang-bin seems to be receiving a lot of expectations from the club. A special video was also produced.

Minnesota United (USA) 메이저놀이터said on the 22nd (Korean time) through her club channel, “From the time Bin Sang-bin arrives in Minnesota to her home debut, let’s look at her joining process in Minnesota.” posted a video.

The video shows Jung Sang-bin arriving in Minnesota, signing her contract, appearing at her press conference, and training. It also included greeting her home fans against the Vancouver Whitecaps and making her home debut against Orlando City.

There was also an interview with Jeong Sang-bin in between. Jung Sang-bin recalled the time when he received the call to join the team and said, “I thought I was given a great opportunity as it was so good. The players welcomed me as soon as they arrived, so I’m looking forward to it.”

In addition, regarding the background of the decision to transfer, “I thought it was rare to be able to experience this kind of experience at this age. I think it is very good to have this kind of experience. I think it’s a good experience to see the team and the culture of the country while experiencing it.”

Jung Sang-bin left Suwon Samsung in January 2022 and transferred to Wolverhampton (England). At the time, he was nicknamed ‘K-Mbappe’ as a top-notch prospect that the K-League was proud of. He knocked on the European stage at an early age while bewitching European scouts.

He was immediately loaned to Grasshoppers (Switzerland). Due to work permit (work visa) problems, a 1 year and 6 month lease was concluded. However, the days that were not easy continued. Due to the presence of injuries, he did not get many opportunities to play in his growing season.

Then in mid-March, he pushed for a move to Minnesota after terminating his lease with Grasshoppers. His transfer fee was 2 million pounds (approximately 3.3 billion won), and the contract period was until 2026, including options. He was also given the number 11 shirt.

As soon as the visa issue is resolved, he is on his way to the game. He came on as a second-half substitute against Chicago Fire and started the previous match against Orland City. He has only one thing left to do.

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