Serbian league player Inbum Hwang (27, Zvezda) has reportedly caught the eye of German Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt.

Serbian media outlet MaxbetSport reported on Friday (June 15), “Eintracht Frankfurt is ready to hold talks on the transfer of Inbum Hwang. The club’s scouts have watched several of his games. Another German team is also interested in the player.”

According to the media, Frankfurt has set a price tag of €8 million for Hwang In-bum.

Zvezda reportedly wants a higher amount. “Zvezda is asking for €10 million (KRW14.8 billion),” said Maxbet Sports, “which is about double the price Hwang In-bum paid for his transfer from Olympiakos. There is room for negotiation. However, if there are more concrete offers from England and Spain, Zvezda may talk to the more financially beneficial parties.”

This season, Hwang has surprised everyone with his performances. He has proven himself to be a versatile player, playing as an attacking midfielder, center back, and defensive midfielder. He has even filled the left flank midfield spot when needed. His work rate is a bonus. In 22 league appearances, he scored four goals and provided four assists. 안전놀이터 He was instrumental in the team’s early success.

In the UEFA Champions League,

Hwang caught the eye of Premier League clubs with one goal and one assist in the group stage against Manchester City.

After signing for Olympiacos last summer for a club-record €5.5 million ($8.1 billion), Hwang has his sights set on bigger things in a Zvezda jersey.

There have been reports that scouts from several Premier League clubs have watched him in action.

On March 25, Serbian media outlet Informer reported the scouts’ visit, saying, “He can play in a better league than the Serbian League. If a good financial offer comes, Zvezda will consider it positively. Also, if Hwang In-Bum himself wants to move, the club will be willing to allow him to do so,” he said about the possibility of Hwang’s transfer. At the time, Hwang attracted interest from Wolverhampton (England) and Real Betis (Spain).

Frankfurt is a former club of Cha Bum-geun. They are currently in sixth place in the Bundesliga this season with one game remaining in the final round.

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