Aston Villa (England) is actively seeking Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca).
Recently, the Spanish media are reporting that Lee Kang-in will part ways with Mallorca at the end of this season. Lee Kang-in has a contract with Mallorca until 2025. However, the transfer of Lee Kang-in is in a positive mood as clubs continue to appear to take Lee Kang-in after paying 18 million euros (approximately 26.3 billion won). 안전놀이터
Aston Villa is the most active club in recruiting Lee Kang-in. Spain’s ‘El Goldichtal’ reported on the 20th (Korean time), “Aston Villa asked Mallorca about the buyout clause for Lee Kang-in and is showing 100% interest in the recruitment.”
‘Football Fancast’, which deals with public opinion of local football fans in England, also reported on the 22nd that Villa was interested in signing Lee Kang-in. The media said, “Villa has already offered 13.5 million euros (approximately 19.8 billion won) to recruit Lee Kang-in in January.” It seems possible,” he said.
In addition, “Billy’s co-owners’ NSWE (Nashef Sawiris and Wes Edens) investment group and general manager Johan Lange are specifying how they will pay 18 million euros to bring Lee Kang-in to England this summer. “It is likely that he will leave Mallorca in the summer,” he said.
I also referred to the record of ‘Whoscored’, a European soccer rating agency. The media said, “Lee Kang-in’s record in Mallorca was the best in the team and surpassed all current Villa players except Olly Watkins.” He also received the Player of the Year Award (POTM).”
Expectations also grew for the collaboration between Lee Kang-in and director Unai Emery. Coach Emery, who also coached Valencia and Sevilla, fully watched Lee Kang-in’s performance during his time as the coach of Villarreal (2020-2022).
The media said, “Coach Emery will take Lee Kang-in’s game to the next level over the next few years,” adding, “Villa do not currently have an attacking midfielder, so there is a much needed creative spark for the club heading into the 2023-2024 season.” It could be. The transfer will have to be watched closely over the next few months.”