Inter-European cleanup only…Son Heung-min and others overhaul Europeans from weekend

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By Kyungnam Kim = South Korea’s national soccer team coach Jürgen Klinsmann (GER) will begin a full-scale inspection of the European squad this weekend.

Klinsmann traveled to the U.S. to visit his family on the first of this month and later traveled to Europe.

He will stay in Europe for the time being to closely inspect the European squad, including Son Heung-min (Tottenham), Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), and Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich), who are key resources for the national team, and prepare for next month’s European campaign in England.

Klinsmann will not return to Korea, but will continue to check on the European squad before traveling to Wales.

South Korea has confirmed Wales as its opponent for two European A matches in September and is in talks with Saudi Arabia for the second.

While Klinsmann is abroad, head coach Andreas Harechok and advisor Cha Doo-ri will travel around the K League to conduct the domestic selection process.

Klinsmann, who is in Ireland for personal charity work, will then travel to England to watch the opening match of the 2023-2024 English Premier League (EPL) season between Brentford and Tottenham.

While Son Heung-min is expected to start, defender Kim Ji-soo, a former U-20 international who joined Brentford from K League 2 side Seongnam FC this summer, is also in contention.

He will then travel to Denmark to watch international goalkeeper Cho Kyu-sung (Meatwillan).

Jo joined Mittwilan from K League 1 side Jeonbuk Hyundai in the summer transfer window and has been in fine form, scoring in three consecutive games since the start of the Danish regular season.

It will be interesting to see if he can continue his goal streak under Klinsmann.

Klinsmann will return to the U.S. this weekend after his European tour, where he will hold two days of press conferences with domestic media and online on Sept. 17 and 18.

He will also attend a meeting of the UEFA Council and continue his European tour.카지노사이트

Meanwhile, Klinsmann is winless in his first four trials, drawing two and losing two.

After drawing 2-2 with Colombia on his debut in March, he lost to Uruguay (1-2), and in June, he failed to get his first win against Peru (0-1) and El Salvador (1-1).

There have been criticisms that Klinsmann has spent more time abroad than at home while taking the helm of the South Korean national team. Klinsmann had agreed to live in South Korea when he signed his contract.

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