It turned out that Lee Kang-in (Mallorca)’s agent visited Manchester.
Mateo Moretto, an expert on the Spanish transfer market, said on the 12th (Korean time), “Lee Kang-in and Abdé Ezalzuli’s agent, Javier Garrido, are in England as he mentioned on his social media. The possibility of transfer-related talks is also ruled out. can’t,” he said.
Lee Kang-in’s agent, Javier Garrido, posted a photo on his social media with the words ‘UK-ENGLAND’ written on it. While there is speculation that it is Manchester, ‘Dalsune Live’, a YouTube channel specializing in soccer, confirmed that the picture is Manchester.
Dalsune Live explained, “According to the story of local officials in the UK, the photo uploaded by Garrido was located in Manchester. Also, the photo can be taken at a specific hotel.”
Having joined Mallorca from Valencia, he has been making progress lately. He has been reborn as a key resource under the trust of manager Aguirre this season. He currently has 27 league matches (25 starts, 2 substitutes), scoring 3 goals and 4 assists. He leads the attack with Vedat Muriki.
With Lee Kang-in active, the possibility of a transfer increased. In addition, the possibility of various teams about him is being raised. There is a lot of interest from Premier League teams. It is known that Newcastle United, Fulham and Brighton are receiving interest.
Newcastle are a newly rich club and are currently in third place in the Premier League. As it is likely to participate in the UEFA Champions League next season, reinforcement of power is essential. In terms of adding creativity, Lee Kang-in is a very attractive seller. 스포츠토토
Lee Kang-in’s known buyout is between 17 million euros (24.5 billion won) and 30 million euros (43 billion won). 17 million euros is the amount claimed by the Spanish media, and 30 million euros is the amount revealed by the Mallorca club.
Juanmi Sanchez, a journalist in charge of Mallorca for Marca, said, “The Premier League team Lee Kang-in wants is the top team, the ‘Big 6’.” Therefore, various speculations are being made depending on the agent’s move to Manchester. The targets are Manchester United, where Park Ji-sung played, and Manchester City, which can become the ‘second David Silva’.