Manchester City are delighted to announce the signing of South Korean forward Lee Geum-min.
The 25-year-old joins the Club from Gyeongju KHNP on a two-year deal, subject to international clearance, and will wear the number 17 shirt.
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She follows in the footsteps of compatriots Chelsea’s Ji-So Yun and West Ham’s Cho So-Hyun in making the move to England, having represented her country at the 2019 World Cup this summer.
The striker impressed in France, catching the eye of the footballing world and City manager Nick Cushing with a piece of individual brilliance, executing a superb backheel into the path of Min-ji Yeo for South Korea’s first goal of the tournament.
Admired for her flair, dribbling ability and outgoing personality, Geum-min hopes to help City to further success, while seeking to drive her personal development on and off the pitch.
“I’m very honoured to be here,” she declared.
“Manchester City – the name itself – is very attractive to me and I want to experience the English league.
“I know there are many good teams in the English league and many good players. I know from my own experience that they are strong, fast and very technical."
Watch Geum-min's first CityTV interview above...