Should Gangwon FC break the ‘no-win jinx’ by recruiting two strikers from Brazil?

Gangwon FC, which has recently been suffering from a draw jinx, is raising expectations whether it will be able to revive the fire of hot attack football by promoting the recruitment of Brazilian strikers one after another.

Gangwon FC announced on the 9th that it plans to recruit Brazilian wing forward Wellington Junior (30).

Wellington, who played an active part in Portimonense, was born in 1993 and his main position is right winger, but he is a multi-attack resource capable of playing left winger and second striker. After his professional debut, he is skilled enough to record appearances in 9 clubs, and he is expected to become a new wing of Gangwon FC. Wellington will join the squad immediately after undergoing a medical early next week.메이저토토사이트

Previously, Gangwon FC announced that it would also sign Brazilian striker Vitor Gabriel (23). Gangwon FC recently agreed with CR Flamengo (Brazil Serie A) on the transfer of Gabriel, and Gabriel is expected to board a plane to Korea soon. Born in 2000, Gabriel is a central striker who played for CR Flamengo and SC Braga. Gabriel, who was loaned to Sera SC (Brazil Serie B) this season, appeared in 30 games and scored 11 goals and 5 assists, showing excellent offensive power.

Gangwon FC completed the reinforcement of foreign players by filling all six foreign quotas, including Alibayev, the Asian quarter, and Gallego, Tucci, Yago, Gabriel, and Wellington. Hoseok Kim