Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca), who is seeking a transfer to take on a new challenge this summer, may miss the trip to Atletico (AT) Madrid, which he had been closest to until recently. At present, no agreement has been reached, and the situation has changed so rapidly that even the expression ‘coldly cooled’ came out.
Reporter Mateo Moreto, an expert in the European football transfer market, said on the 10th (Korean time), “There is nothing between Lee Kang-in and AT Madrid. No agreement has been reached.” You can say ‘status’,” he said in unison.먹튀검증
Lee Kang-in, who had been promoting a transfer since the winter transfer market in January, has been linked to various clubs and rumors of a transfer have not ceased. Among them, the closest club was AT Madrid, which showed serious interest from the winter transfer market in January and started recruiting in earnest from last April.
In particular, with the expression that Lee Kang-in’s transfer to AT Madrid this summer is in fact a ‘matter of time’, it seemed likely that he would enter Civitas Metropolitano. Some have already concluded an individual agreement, and observed that the deal will be concluded if the transfer fee agreement is well concluded.
Lee Kang-in, however, is having difficulties transferring because Mallorca has recently increased the transfer allowance (buyout). Transfer experts analyzed that the buyout, which was initially known at 17 million euros (about 23.5 billion won), has recently risen from 25 million euros (about 34.5 billion won) to 30 million euros (about 41.5 billion won).
Given this situation, AT Madrid made a transfer offer by adding a promising player for 15 million euros (about 20.5 billion won), which is less than the buyout. However, as Mallorca wanted more players, the negotiations fell into a ‘deadlock’, and Lee Kang-in is naturally struggling with the transfer.
In the midst of this, with the recent news that Aston Villa is approaching again, and the prospect that Real Sociedad may trigger a buyout and recruit him, the possibility of Lee Kang-in transferring to a club other than AT Madrid this summer cannot be ruled out.
Lee Kang-in joined Mallorca in the summer of 2021, his potential was in full bloom, and he showed a brilliant performance while drawing a steep growth rate. He exerts his great influence with his brilliant skills, sharp kicks, and creativity. He appeared in 39 games (35 starts) in all competitions, scoring 6 goals and 7 assists. This is his personal ‘career high’.
In particular, Lee Kang-in caught his attention by showing splendid performances with elegant dribbling and riding pressure in every game. In fact, he showed off his presence without regret as he ranked second in the Spanish Primera Liga with the most successful dribbles (90).