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Report suggest that Liverpool may face competition from Tottenham in their pursuit of Wolves’ in-form forward, Hwang Hee-chan.
Having scored 10 goals in 20 Premier League matches this season, the South Korean player has emerged as a notable talent.
This puts Hwang in the company of top scorers like Erling Haaland, Mohamed Salah, Dominic Solanke, Son Heung-min, and Jarrod Bowen.
Under the guidance of manager Gary O’Neil, Hwang’s remarkable goal-scoring form has sparked interest from other clubs.
Despite the attention, the 27-year-old remains under contract with Wolves until the summer of 2028. Therefore, Wolves hold a strong position in any potential transfer negotiations.
Wolves faced challenges last summer due to Financial Fair Play regulations, leading them to sell numerous players. Ahead of the 2024/25 campaign, they might need to generate more funds.
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Football Insider reports that both Liverpool and Tottenham are interested in signing Hwang. He is set to participate in the Asian Cup in Qatar soon.
Liverpool are anticipating efforts from Saudi Arabia’s Pro League to sign Mohamed Salah after the season concludes. Regardless of Salah’s situation, manager Jurgen Klopp might want to bolster the team’s attacking lineup.
On the other hand, Tottenham’s manager, Ange Postecoglou, seeks reinforcements this month and aims to enhance the squad depth in the upcoming summer.
Hwang, who arrived at Wolves from RB Leipzig in 2021, might be attracted to the idea of playing alongside his international teammate, Son, at Tottenham.
Liverpool currently lead the Premier League table by three points, having secured a 4-2 win over Newcastle. Meanwhile, Tottenham occupies the fifth position, following their 3-1 victory against Bournemouth on New Year’s Eve.
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