Football: Sailors seek Plazibat replacement, linked with South Korean international Kim Shin-wook

Lion City Sailors have decided not to extend Stipe Plazibat's (left) contract, and are understood to be closing in on South Korean international Kim Shin-wook (right). PHOTOS: ST FILE, EPA-EFE
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SINGAPORE - With ambitions of becoming Asian powerhouses, Lion City Sailors are on the lookout for a top striker, after deciding not to extend Stipe Plazibat's contract, and are understood to be closing in on South Korean international Kim Shin-wook.

The Singapore Premier League (SPL) champions want an experienced targetman with a proven CV as they could be involved in potentially four competitions next year - league, Singapore Cup, AFC Champions League, and the new Asean Club Championship.

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