Lee Kang-in, are you saying goodbye to Valencia?
Lee Kangin and Valencia are expected to end soon. A series of articles have been published in Spanish media informing that Lee Kangin’s transfer is inevitable.
On the 23rd (Korean time), a column titled “Lee Kang in must leave” was released on the Spanish sports media “Grada 3.” “Lee Kang in’s goal is not to remain in Valencia on September 1st when the transfer market closes,” said the article about the situation in which Lee is forced to leave.
Lee Kang in, who had high expectations as a former member of Valencia’s youth team, has a bad relationship with the club. Valencia hoped to renew his contract with Lee Kang in, the main character of the 2019 U20 World Cup Golden Ball, but Lee Kang in did not intend to remain in the club without a chance to play. This condition has continued for more than a year, and the expiration date of Lee Kang in’s contract is already a year away.
Lee Kangin’s position was not guaranteed even after Jose Bordalas, the new coach, was appointed. With Lee Kang-in’s transfer in mind, Valencia is seeking to recruit Real Valladolid’s Brazilian striker Marcos Andre. With Maxi Gomes (Uruguai) and Omar Alderete (Paragua) already in the first team, Lee Kangin, who has only three non-EU players, needs a transfer.토토사이트
But transferring is not easy. Lee Kang-in was linked to Wolverhampton Wanderers and Granada, who were mentioned as a trade target for Lee Kang-in, transferred to Sevilla, while Granada recently signed Levante winger Ruben Rochina. Lee Kang-in has been hampered by the fact that he has less time to play recently. According to Grada 3, Valencia even considered terminating the contract on condition of not paying despite opposition from owner Peter Lim.
It is true that Valencia still has lingering feelings for Lee Kang-in, a promising player raised by the club, although the plan to send him out without receiving a transfer fee is mentioned. “Lee Kang-in is not an ordinary player,” said the Spanish newspaper “Las Provincias.” Valencia has invested more than 10 years in developing Lee Kang-in as a soccer player,” he said, adding that the club is considering transferring, including various conditions. It is known that he wants to insert co-ownership, re-entry (byback) clause, and transfer fee payment (cellon) clause when relocating.