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K-League 1 Jeonbuk Hyundai had a friendly match against Europe’s most prestigious club.

Jeonbuk, led by coach Dan Petrescu (Romania), spent 90 minutes with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG, France), where “Golden Boy” Lee Kang-in (22) belongs, at Busan Asiad Main Stadium on the 3rd. It is the 3rd game of the ‘Coupang Play Series’ following the match between ‘Team K League’ composed of K League 1 All-Stars and Atletico Madrid (Spain), and Manchester City (England) – Atletico Madrid.

It was the largest friendly match ever played by a single professional team in Korea. A long time ago, FC Seoul, Suwon Samsung, etc. met with Manchester United, Chelsea FC (above England), and FC Barcelona (Spain), but recently, rather than a specific team, a league team named ‘Team K League’ has appeared in most cases. .

Of course, not all parts can be the same as PSG, but the Jeonbuk team, who stayed in Busan for 2 nights and 3 days from the 1st day they left the clubhouse in Wanju-gun, Jeonbuk, also gained a lot of income. They stayed at a luxury hotel with a cool view, enjoyed their leisure time, and even paid for the match as an invited team. The football world sees the money paid to Jeonbuk as an amount comparable to the prize money for winning the K-League 1. K-League teams often play friendly games during pre-season winter training, but it is not common to receive a match fee.

Jeonbuk’s hot summer is not all about confrontation with PSG. He has already made a lot of money with the K-League’s best ‘colossus’. The national team secured 2 million dollars (approximately 2.6 billion won) by transferring fullback Kim Moon-hwan to Al Duhail (Qatar). Striker Cho Kyu-seong, who became the first Korean player to score multiple goals in a single World Cup match at the Qatar World Cup last year, was transferred to Mittjylland (Denmark) and earned 3 million euros (approximately 4.3 billion won).

When Kim Moon-hwan was recruited in March 2022, Jeonbuk paid LA FC (USA) 1 million dollars (1.3 billion won at the time), and when Cho Kyu-seong was brought in from K League 2 FC Anyang in 2020, he paid a ransom of 800 million won. . He received a much larger amount than when he was recruited, so he did a good job.메이저사이트

Jeonbuk also received compensation for the World Cup in Qatar last year. The International Football Federation (FIFA) pays 10,950 dollars (approximately 14 million won) per player, and Jeonbuk is recognized for its contribution to joining Kim Jin-soo, Kim Moon-hwan, Baek Seung-ho, Song Min-gyu, and Cho Kyu-seong on the journey to Qatar, and 1,091,393 receive dollars (approximately 1.4 billion won).

There is another income. It is a solidarity contribution made by Kim Min-jae, who wore a Jeonbuk uniform from 2017 to the following year, when he transferred to Bayern Munich (Germany). According to FIFA regulations, Jeonbuk receives 0.5% of the total transfer fee, 1% for 2 years. According to German media, the transfer fee Bayern Munich paid to Napoli (Italy) was 50 million euros (approximately 72 billion won), and Jeonbuk’s share was 500,000 euros (approximately 700 million won).

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