FC Bayern Munich is apparently planning a spectacular return campaign in the coming summer.
As Sky Sport reported that the record champions Woo-Yeong Jeong have in view. The 22-year-old attacking player is currently under contract with SC Freiburg and is a top performer in coach Christian Streich’s team (4 goals in 18 BL games).
The first stop of the South Korean in Germany, however, was the A-youth of FC Bayern, which Jeong joined in January 2018. He made his first full season for the pros in Munich before Jeong moved to the sports club for two million euros in the summer of 2019. After six months in Freiburg, there was another six-month interlude in the reserve of FCB on loan.
With eight assists and one goal, Jeong played a decisive role in the strong second half of the season for the “small Bavarians”, who were champions of the third division at the end of the season. Jeong returned to the SCF and established himself there as a regular. In March last year he made his debut for the South Korean national team.
To the SkyAccording to the report, FC Bayern is said to have a buyback clause of ten million euros at Jeong, who had just extended his contract in Freiburg just before Christmas, which the club could pull out in the summer. There should also be people from England interested in Jeong.