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National soccer team Hwang In-beom

Olympiakos (Greece) fans' favorite player last season, Hwang In-beom (27), hasn't been seen since the start of the season. He recently had a disagreement with the club over a transfer, 사설토토 and his future is unknown.

Olympiacos won the first round of the 2023-24 Greek Superliga Elada 2-0 against Pantheraikos on Nov. 21.

However, Hwang's name was not on Olympiacos' starting and substitute lists that day.

Hwang's playing time has been decreasing since the preseason. Hwang's playing time has been dwindling since preseason, and he was left out of the starting lineup for the first and second legs of the 2023-24 UEFA Europa League qualifiers against Feyenoord (Belgium) without suffering any injuries.

Hwang's five goals and four assists in 40 games last season earned him the support of fans even as Olympiacos struggled. His absence at the start of the new season for no particular reason raises questions.

It could be due to problems with the club. National team coach Jürgen Klinsmann recently held a video press conference with local media, 스포츠토토맨 explaining that "Hwang In-bum is not playing because he has a conflict with the club".

According to local Greek media, Hwang and Olympiakos have different contract terms. Hwang's camp claims that he signed a 1+2 contract when he joined Olympiacos last year.

Olympiakos, on the other hand, claims that he signed a three-year contract with no options, and will need to receive a transfer fee of 10 million euros (about 15 billion won) to make the move. Olympiakos is also willing to fight Hwang In-bum in court.

In the midst of the transfer saga, Hwang plans to stay in South Korea to get treatment for his back and find a solution. With the European transfer window closing in about 10 days, Hwang is running out of time. If he doesn't find a new team, he may not be able to continue playing.

"I understand that a buyout clause (minimum transfer allowance) was signed when he joined Olympiakos last year," said a soccer insider, predicting that if a team pays his buyout, the transfer will go smoothly. The buyout is reportedly €3 million (about $4.3 billion).

Several clubs in the German Bundesliga and Italian Serie A are currently monitoring Hwang, 토토 who performed well at the World Cup and in Russia and Greece.