Jeong Woo-yeong is a professional football player. He presently plays for the Bundesliga club SC Freiburg as well as the South Korean national team. He plays as a winger or attacking midfielder for his club and the South Korean national team.
|Jeong Woo Yeong
|Date of Birth
|September 20, 1999
Jeong’s professional path
Jeong made his Bundesliga debut with Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich signed him on June 30, 2017. On November 27, 2018, he made his Bayern Munich debut in the UEFA Champions League. When he was a member of Bayern, the squad won the Premier League International Cup. It was his first international championship. Joeng signed a four-year deal with SC Freiburg on June 19, 2019. On August 10, 2019, he made his debut in Freiburg. In a friendly match against Japan, he made his debut for the South Korean national team.
Will Jeong compete in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022?
South Korea’s national team qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2022 by finishing second in the AFC third-round Group A. South Korea’s national team will be represented by 26 players at the FIFA World Cup 2022. Paulo Bento, the manager of the South Korean national team, named the 26-man roster, which includes Joeng. As a result, he will compete in the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. He will play for the South Korean national team as a winger or attacking midfielder.
Bayern Munich is considering re-signing Jeong.
Bayern had a buy-back clause in place when they sold Jeong to SC Freiburg. He has a $5.1 million buy-back clause. They were contemplating activating that provision and re-signing him to the club. However, as shown by the player’s tweet, the squad did not need another winger since it already had more good players.
What else does he like doing besides playing football?
He is focused on his football career, but he enjoys other activities as well. He has a lot of interests. He enjoys playing many forms of video games. He enjoys watching all genres of movies. He also enjoys listening to music.
Jeong’s ambition is to compete in the Olympics.
Jeong had a childhood desire of playing for South Korea’s national team in the Olympics. He has been working hard to improve his skills in preparation for his ambition. His goal may be coming true, as he has been selected for Olympic team training. In an interview, he said that he could be chosen to play for the squad since he has been training and honing his skills, which would help the team win.
Premier League teams have shown an interest in Jeong.
Jeong has been outstanding for his club. He has been honing his talents with his teammates. He can play as a winger or a midfielder. Because of his exceptional abilities, several Premier League teams, including Brighton and Palace, are interested in signing him.
Joeng has a net worth of $5 million. He got $2.25 million when he agreed to a four-year contract with SC Freiburg.