Previous
Adelaide United
Melbourne Victory
2
2
FT
Game Details
Shandong Luneng Taishan
Liaoning Whowin
3
1
FT
Game Details
West Ham United
Brighton & Hove Albion
0
2
LIVE 46'
Game Details
France
England
0
0
LIVE 51'
Game Details
St Etienne
Montpellier
0
1
LIVE 64'
Game Details
FC Groningen
Willem II Tilburg
0
1
FT
Game Details
Morelia
León
12:00 AM UTC Oct 21, 2017
Game Details
Atlas
Tijuana
2:00 AM UTC Oct 21, 2017
Game Details
Melbourne City FC
Wellington Phoenix FC
6:35 AM UTC Oct 21, 2017
Game Details
Next

W2W4: Toluca a test for Tigres' attack

Liga MX
Read

Tite picks familiar Brazil squad

Brazil
Read
By ESPN Staff

Celtic confirm interest in Seoul star Ki Sung-yong

Celtic have confirmed they are in talks with representatives of South Korea midfielder Ki Sung-yong.

Hoops chief executive Peter Lawwell told BBC Scotland the player is being viewed as "one for the future", though manager Tony Mowbray had earlier denied any interest in the player.

K-League leaders FC Seoul earlier claimed Celtic were chasing the highly-rated 20-year-old.

Lawwell met with Ki's representatives in London today ahead of tomorrow's Champions League meeting with Arsenal but stressed any deal would not take place during the current transfer window.

Seoul's general manager Kang Myong-won told Sports Seoul earlier: "Celtic have informed us of their intentions about Ki Sung-yong.

"We understand that the player may want to move but this is not a good time for us to sell."

Seoul are currently six points clear at the top of the K-League and will face Qatar's Umm Salal in the Asian Champions League quarter-finals next month.

Mowbray has used the South Korean market before, bringing Kim Do-heon to West Brom while in charge at the Hawthorns.

Ki began his career at John Paul College in Brisbane, Australia, and returned to South Korea to sign for Seoul in 2006.

He was linked with Manchester United following the 2007 Under-20 World Cup and made his full international debut in a World Cup qualifier against Jordan in June last year.

Comments

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.