South Korea national soccer team head coach Jürgen Klinsmann will return home on June 2 after a break in the United States. Klinsmann will return to South Korea to work with the coaching staff to prepare for the two June A matches.

“Coach Klinsmann and other coaches who have been staying in Europe will arrive in Korea on the 1-2th of next month to prepare for the June A match,” an official from the Korea Football Association (KFA) said, according to News1 on June 30.

Klinsmann traveled to Europe and Qatar last month to check on Korean players playing in Europe, attend the Asian Cup group stage draw, and search for a base camp.

He spent the last 12 days in the 메이저놀이터 United States to recharge his batteries. After taking a break, Klinsmann will stay at his home in Seodaemun-gu and continue his work with the national team.

Next month, Klinsmann’s team will play two A matches against Peru in Busan on the 16th and El Salvador in Daejeon on the 20th. The A matches will allow Klinsmann to select resources that fit his soccer philosophy.

A KFA official explained, “Coach Klinsmann is very motivated to prepare for the June A match because he considers it the first stage where he will play with his own players.”

Klinsmann made his debut in March against Colombia and Uruguay. At the time, Klinsmann was so new to the job that he was unable to pick his own players, so the squad was largely comprised of players from the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The federation plans to announce the roster on the 5th of next month and convene the players at the National Training Center (NFC) in Paju on the 12th.

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