Lee Kang-in has been linked to AC Milan. Italian media compared Lee Kang-in to Atem Ben Arfa, who was once called the ‘second Zidane’.
Italy’s Calcio Webb reported on the 24th (Korean time), “AC Milan is negotiating with Lee Kang-in to replace Charles Decetelaer. Lee Kang-in is a player who plays an active role as a midfielder for Mallorca and the Korean national team. Offensive type He can also play as a midfielder and left and right winger. Lee Kang-in is a fantastic player and has great vision.”
“Lee Kang-in is highly valued in terms of assists and has excellent shooting ability. In this respect, he is compared to Ben Arfa. Lee Kang-in, who grew up in Valencia youth, moved to Mallorca in 2021 and became a key player. Now he is now Italy I am ready to leap to a higher level.”
The ‘flower’ that was neglected in Valencia has ‘bloomed’ in Mallorca. Lee Kang-in is leading the attack with flashing pressure, reckless dribbling, and sharp linkages in Spanish La Liga.
All of Spain is paying attention. Lee Kang-in became a hot topic when he was selected as the best team in Spanish La Liga and the best team in Europe’s top 5 leagues selected by ‘WhoScored.com’, a soccer statistics media. He was also nominated for the Spanish La Liga Player of the Month award for April.
Not too long ago, the agent’s move was also noticed. Agent Javier Garrido, who is in charge of Lee Kang-in, attracted attention by visiting Manchester City, Aston Villa, Wolverhampton and Burnley. In addition to Atletico Madrid, transfer rumors ignited.토토사이트
Lee Kang-in has a buyout clause worth 20 million euros (approximately 28.4 billion won). EPL clubs with a lot of money are at an advantage. In particular, strength was exerted on Spanish coach Unai Emery’s trip to Villa or Hulen Lopetegui’s trip to Wolverhampton.
Accompanied by AC Milan. ‘Calcio Web’ introduced Lee Kang-in by mentioning Ben Arfa, who was called ‘the second Zidane’ in the past. Also, “Lee Kang-in’s contract expires in 2025. The current value is 15 million euros (about 21.3 billion won), but AC Milan wants to sign him for 10 million euros (about 14.2 billion won).” Lee Kang-in will decide on his future after the season ends.