Ulsan Hyundai Complete The Signing Of Austrian Striker

The Champions of the 2020 edition of the AFC Champions League Ulsan Hyundai have confirmed that they have completed the signing of Austrian international striker Lukas Hinterseer. The K League outfit moved swiftly to confirm the announcement on their official website as they continue to bolster their squad.

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Hinterseer will now be reuniting with his former team-mate, Korea Republic international superstar Lee Chung-Yong. Both players used to ply their trade at the same time for Vfl Bochum during the 18/19 campaign where they both performed well and played some fantastic football before they were eventually separated.<!--more--><a href="https://www.southkoreafootballfans.info/south-korea-back-winning-ways">H... has featured for his country on 13 occasions</a> and was also a key member of Austria's squad that played at the 2016 Euros tournament in France. The striker, 29, Joins his new club coming from German second division outfit SV Hamburg where he played 29 games in the 2019/20 season. In those 29 games, Hinterseer was able to score as many as nine goals for the German club.
The new head coach at Ulsan Hong Myung-Bo will see his Ulsan side take part in the 2021 AFC Champions League as they will be representing South Korea with fellow South Korean teams Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, Daegu FC, and Pohang Steelers. The draw for the tournament will be held on Wednesday, the 27th of January, and every participating team will be looking to represent their respective country well enough by aiming to emerge winners of the competition.
<a href="https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/football/55693623">Ulsan will also be participating in the FIFA Club World Cup 2020 which will be taking place later this year. They will be playing</a> their Club World Cup fixture on the 4th of February and have been pitted against Tigres UANL, CONCACAF Champions.
Hinterseer will be looking to play a major role in helping his new team go as far as possible in the competition's they're playing in.