The Republic of Korea’s Sportizen Company has pitched to cooperate with Vietnam’s Became Binh Duong.
According to the V-League club leader, the RoK side wants players aged 13-15 to take part in long-term training at the company’s home centre. The centre was the training ground for top midfielder Park Il-sung.

The camp will also offer Binh Duong’s trainers a change to witness professional football in the RoK.

RoK players are set to travel to Binh Duong to take part in the annual international BTV Cup in Vietnam .

“Sportizen wants to coordinate with us to build a training centre in Thu Dau Mot, the capital city of Binh Duong province,” said Cao Van Chong, deputy chairman of the Binh Duong Football Joint Stock Company.

“We appreciate their willingness and will build up a plan to summit to our board of management.”

Earlier in June, Binh Duong currently in the bottom three in the V-league, met with Japanese side Kawasaki Frontal after a friendly match up.

They are reported to be signing an agreement in the near future.-VNA