The atmosphere is strange… Lee Kang-in transfer rumors have quieted down
The rumor of Lee Kang-in’s transfer has been quieted down.
Following last winter, the topic that became the hottest topic among fans recently was rumors of Lee Kang-in’s transfer. It was news that Lee Kang-in, who was confirmed to have been interested in a number of English Premier League (EPL) clubs and Atletico Madrid last winter, is again attracting the attention of various clubs ahead of the summer transfer market. It is known that Atletico and Aston Villa were initially active in recruiting Lee Kang-in to the extent that they were willing to pay for Lee Kang-in’s buyout.
It was only natural that Lee Kang-in’s transfer rumors were burning. Lee Kang-in played a key role in Mallorca this season and became the team’s ace. It was Lee Kang-in who was evaluated as having improved his strengths and complemented his weaknesses. Teams that watched Lee Kang-in’s performance would have paid attention to him at least once.
It was Atletico who pulled out first. Locally, it was reported that Atletico is looking at the amount of 17 million euros (approximately 24.5 billion won), which is Lee Kang-in’s buyout, and will not sign Lee Kang-in unless the transfer fee goes down to 10 million euros (approximately 14.4 billion won). He also said that instead of recruiting Lee Kang-in, he plans to return Rodrigo Riquelme, who is playing on loan at Girona FC. As a result, Lee Kang-in was leaning towards going to England rather than staying in Spain.
But now, even the rumor of Lee Kang-in’s transfer to the EPL is not coming out. In the past, other teams such as Newcastle United and Burnley were also mentioned in addition to Villa, but now even the name of Villa, which was said to want Lee Kang-in most strongly, is not being mentioned.
This was because there was no news from Mallorca. Ashley Freese of ‘Birmingham Live’ in the UK spent time organizing the rumors of Villa’s transfer through Q&A with fans.먹튀검증
A fan mentioned that the rumors related to Lee Kang-in had disappeared, and Fris said about Lee Kang-in’s transfer, “It has become really quiet. Other colleagues in Mallorca have not said anything. Atletico were leading the way in signing Lee Kang-in, but now It has been confirmed that they are not willing to pay for Lee Kang-in’s buyout. Let’s see if Villa moves,” he said, adding that there was no news about Lee Kang-in in Mallorca.