‘Hee Chan’ agrees to new contract with Wolves until 2028

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Wolves have reached an agreement to extend striker Hwang Hee Chan ‘s contract until 2028, making him one of the club’s highest paid players.

They signed Hee Chan from RB Leipzig on loan in 2021 and the following season decided to sign him permanently.

This season, the South Korean star has been in impressive form for Wolves, scoring eight goals in the league and adding two assists. Wolves manager Gary

O’Neill He is impressed by Hee Chan’s performance. And wants the club to give him a new contract to guarantee the player’s long-term future.

Speaking recently about Hwang’s performances and the talks over a new deal, head coach O’Neil said: “It’s important. Channy is here for quite a while anyway, it’s not as if his contract is running down. So he is settled and he loves it here. Me and him get on really well. สมัคร ufabet

Hwang Hee-chan is poised to commit his future to Wolves. After agreeing a new long-term contract. The nine-goal top scorer will put pen-to-paper on a new four-and-a-half year deal which will keep him at Molineux until 2028 and make him one of the club’s top earners

Hee Chan’s contract expires in 2026, but negotiations have already been completed to ensure his new contract will last longer. Until 2028, with option to extend for another year.

It is also believed that the new deal will make the 27-year-old one of Wolves’ highest paid players.