Veteran GK Lee Beom-soo leaves Jeonbuk and starts anew in Bucheon

Veteran goalkeeper Lee Beom-su (32), who became a free agent (FA), is expected to make a new nest at Bucheon FC.

An official in the transfer market said on the 6th, “Bucheon, which created a vacancy as a gatekeeper due to Choi Cheol-won’s transfer to FC Seoul, is close to signing Lee Beom-soo.”

Bucheon, a member of the K-League 2, needed a new goalkeeper after starting goalkeeper Choi Cheol-won moved to FC Seoul on the 28th of last month and left for the first division. I came to embrace Lee Beom-soo, who just came to the market.

Born in 1990, Lee Bum-soo, who started his professional career through Jeonbuk in 2010, moved to Seoul E-Land in 2015, played Daejeon in 2016, Gyeongnam in 2017-2019, Gangwon in 2020-2021, and returned to Jeonbuk last year.토토

He played 127 K-League career games throughout the 1st and 2nd divisions and scored 164 runs.

Lee Beom-soo played only 3 K-League 1 matches last year, but played 7 matches in the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) and contributed to Jeonbuk’s advance to the semifinals. He also defended the goal in the semifinal match against Urawa, Japan.

Jeonbuk recruited Jung Min-gi, who played for Anyang, as a replacement when Song Bum-keun, who played as the team’s main goalkeeper until last year, left for Shonan Bellmare in Japan. 

When it was expected that Lee Beom-soo would leave Jeonbuk as Jung Min-gi joined and Kim Jeong-hoon returned from the military, several teams rushed to Lee Beom-soo, who could be used as a starting player, and Bucheon seemed to be the winner.