Al-Hilal Urges Asian Quarter Center Back to Replace Jang Hyun-soo, Who suffers from ‘Lymph node benign tumor’

Saudi Arabia’s prestigious club Al Hilal is expected to find an Asian quarter defender to replace Jang Hyun-soo, who cannot play for a while due to a lymphatic gland positive tumor.

According to Middle Eastern 토토사이트 media and , Al-Hilal’s management is expected to start looking for an Asian quarter center back to replace Jang Hyun-soo through the upcoming summer transfer market. Al-Hilal seems to have made the decision to prevent a power leak after a medical judgment was made that Jang Hyun-soo, who was diagnosed with a positive lymphatic tumor after the end of the 2022-2023 season, would continue for a long time, ranging from three to four months.

Jang Hyun-soo moved to Al Hilal in July 2019 and won several stages, including the AFC Champions League and the Saudi Arabian Professional League, and was recognized as a key resource within the team. Recently, he received great trust from the team, including agreeing to renew his contract. However, he has suffered from frequent injuries since last year, and this time, he has had a difficult time, including an unexpected disease called a lymphatic gland positive tumor.

Meanwhile, said Jang Hyun-soo is currently hospitalized in a large hospital that boasts the highest medical level in Saudi Arabia and is receiving treatment.

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