Lee Kang-in’s transfer century deal sold for free recruitment
Lee Kang-in’s transfer century deal sold for free recruitment of 26 billion
Mallorca transfer fee could be second place in history
Lee Kang-in is likely to leave Mallorca this summer.
Spain’s “Estadio Deportivo” said on the 19th (Korea Standard Time), “Aston Villa is aiming to recruit Lee Kang-in this summer.” “If they pay the buyout amount within Lee Kang-in’s contract, Mallorca can bring him for free and make a transfer of the century that earns 18 million euros (about 26.2 billion won),” he reported.
Lee Kang-in joined Mallorca ahead of last season. Growing up in the Valencia Youth Academy, he renewed his record for the youngest foreign debut in Valencia. In 2019, he participated in the U-20 World Cup as a member of the Korean under-20 national soccer team and won the Golden Ball (best player) and received expectations.
However, it was not easy to establish a position in Valencia. Above all, it was hard to get a chance to play. In the end, Lee Kang-in decided to take on a new challenge. He joined Mallorca on a free agent (FA) without renewing his contract with Valencia. In his first season, Lee Kang-in played in 30 games (15 starts, 15 replacements) in Spain’s La Liga.
This season, he has become a key player under the trust of manager Javier Aguirre. So far, he has played in 28 league games (26 starts, 2 substitutes) and has scored 3 goals and 4 assists. As the playing time increases significantly, Lee Kang-in is naturally showing his true value. Lee Kang-in is leading Mallorca’s attack with Vedat Muriki, who has 12 goals and 2 assists in the league
Outstanding performance also boosted the market value. Lee Kang-in’s current ransom is estimated at 15 million euros (about 21.8 billion won), according to the soccer statistics media “TransferMarkt.” At the beginning of joining Mallorca, it was 6 million euros (about 8.7 billion won), and since then, it has doubled to 12 million euros (about 17.5 billion won). And it has recently risen slightly.
Rumors of a transfer have also arisen. It was connected to Atletico Madrid in January. However, at this time, the transfer was not made due to the opposition of the club. In the meantime, it was reported that Lee Kang-in’s buyout was 30 million euros (about 43.6 billion won). However, now 18 million euros is known as the real buyout amount 파워볼추천사이트
If he moves to 18 million euros, Lee Kang-in can rank second in transfer fee income in Majorca history. According to the soccer statistics media “Transfermarkt,” the current No. 1 player is Samuel Eturo, who left for Barcelona in the 2004-05 season, giving Majorca 27 million euros (about 39.3 billion won). Also in second place is Diego Tristan, which recorded 17.75 million euros (about 25.8 billion won)