Wilfried, are you going to the K-League? Talking to Korean side in BBC Interview
Wilfried Bonnie, the striker who played in the English Premier League in the past, said he was also in contact with the South Korean side.
Bonnie said in an interview with the British media BBC, which was released on the 18th (Korean time), “Our agent is in contact with Turkey, China, Russia, and Korean clubs.”
In the interview, Bonnie said, “We are leaving (negotiations) to agents,” and added, “We are just focusing on training. “I’m trying to boost my physical condition so that I can be ready when the time has come for me to move my team 파워볼사이트
Born in Ivory Coast, Bonnie was a striker who drew attention in the Premier League in the early 2010s. He has played for Swansea City for two seasons since 2013, scoring 39 goals in 96 matches. Ki Sung-yueng (currently FC Seoul) was playing for Swansea at the time, so he is also familiar to Korean fans.
Bonnie, who played well, moved to Manchester City in January 2015 for a transfer fee of 32.3 million euros (about 43 billion won). However, Manchester City failed to meet expectations with 11 goals in 46 games. Bonnie, who returned to Swansea for a while, has been on Qatar’s stage and has been invincible since November last year.
Bonnie is known to be participating in the team’s training due to the consideration of the Newport County club in the English League 2.
Bonnie is considering moving to England as well as overseas clubs. “I can still play professional for three to four years,” Bonnie said. “A move to the top English league? Why not? “We’re hearing all the suggestions.
There has been no news related to Bonnie on the domestic stage, including the K-League.