Most goals in Korean A-Matches… Ji So-yeon to transfer to Seattle Rain FC in the U.S

Ji So-yeon, a leading Korean women’s soccer player, will wear Seattle Rain FC uniforms in the U.S. Women’s Soccer League (NWSL).

The Seattle Mariners announced on its website that it paid Suwon FC a transfer fee and signed Ji So-yeon. The contract is scheduled to last two years until 2025.라바카지노

Ji So-yeon made her professional debut with Kobe Leonessa in Japan in 2011. She became the first Korean female soccer player to play in England in 2014. She played for Chelsea Women for eight seasons, helping her win six league titles, four FA Cups, two League Cups, and one Community Shield.

In the A match, he scored 69 goals in 154 games, the highest number of games played and scored by both Korean men and women.

Ji So-yeon transferred to Suwon FC in the WK League last year. She scored multiple goals in the first round of the championship game against Hyundai Steel in Incheon, leading Suwon FC to a 3-1 victory. However, she had to settle for the runner-up in the second round after losing 2-6 to Hyundai Steel.

The Seattle team reportedly offered favorable conditions after watching Ji’s performance. Ji plans to join Seattle from the preseason after getting her visa. Seattle ranked fourth among 12 teams in the NWSL last season.

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