The Danish press admitted that Odense’s interest in Lee Seung-woo (25) is true.

It turned out that the Danish media ‘BT’ reported on the 21st that “Odense wants a Korean attacking ace.”

BT said, “Odense wants to fill the offensive void after the sale of Issam Jebali. There is also a Korean player on their radar.” 

He added, “According to our information, Odense seems to have prepared a contract offer. Lee Seung-woo had a great season at Suwon FC, but he is also ready to return to Europe.” 

Lee Seung-woo, 슬롯사이트 who made headlines through joining FC Barcelona as a youth player in 2011, joined Verona in 2017 and became the second Korean player to step into Italian Serie A after Ahn Jung-hwan.

After that, he went through Sint Trawiddon in Belgium and Portimonense in Portugal, and made his debut in the K League 1 last year by signing with Suwon FC. 

Lee Seung-woo has been active as a key player in Suwon FC straight from K-League 1. He appeared in 35 K-League 1 games and ranked 3rd in scoring with 14 goals and 3 assists. 

As Lee Seung-woo showed off his active performance in the K-League 1, the highest level in Asia, Europe began to pay attention to him again from last summer.

Odense needs Lee Seung-woo. This is because the Tunisia national team member Lee Sam Jebali, who was active in attack, recently moved to Japan’s J-League Gamba Osaka, leaving a gap.