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Transfers: FC Seoul Sign Incheon United Defender Kim Jinya

FC Seoul have bolstered their options on the flanks with the acquisition of  Incheon United wing-back Kim Jinya. Manager Choi Yongsoo wasted little time in adding reinforcements to his team ahead of Seoul's return to AFC Champions League following a three-year absence with the acquisition of the Korean U22 international. Kim is expected to add competition to Seoul's current wing-backs Ko Kwangmin, Go Yohan, and Yoon Jonggyu.
(Image via FC Seoul)
FC Seoul have secured the signing of 21 year-old wing-back Kim Jinya on a four-year contract from Incheon United. The Korea U22 international joins on a free transfer having let his contract expire at Sungui Arena Park.

Kim was integral in the Durumi's battle to avoid the drop in 2019, making 32 appearances in K League 1. The Incheon native made the most passes out of any of his teammates in 2019 and was third behind Kim Honam and Kwak Haesung for crosses made. For players 21 or under, Kim Jinya ranked second in K League 1 for crosses made, fifth for key passes.

Speaking via FC Seoul's official media channels, Kim said: "Everyone knows how good of a club FC Seoul is and so for them to look to me is a real honour. This is my first transfer in my professional football career and although there is a sense of excitement involved, I need to adjust to the team quickly.

"The AFC Champions League is a big stage and even from an early age I have always wanted to play on a stage such as this and so coming to FC Seoul is a great opportunity for me to do so. First of all we have to go out and get a good result in the playoffs and so I will do my best to help the team do that. "

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