The Spanish media paid attention to the possibility of Lee Kang-in going to Madrid.
Spanish media Ars introduced on the 6th (Korean time) that Madrid clubs had pushed for the recruitment of Lee Kang-in three times. The media mentioned that Lee Kang-in received two offers from Real Madrid during his youth and that Lee Kang-in received a transfer offer from Atletico Madrid (AT Madrid) in the transfer market this winter.
As said, ‘AT Madrid offered Mallorca 15 million euros (approximately 20.3 billion won) for Lee Kang-in’s transfer fee, but it did not reach the buyout amount. Mallorca offered more than 20 million euros (approximately 27.1 billion won) for Lee Kang-in’s transfer fee. ‘Lee Kang-in wanted to go to Madrid, but Mallorca refused to negotiate. Mallorca coach Aguire persuaded Lee Kang-in to stay.” Also predicted that ‘Lee Kang-in will resurface the possibility of transferring to AT Madrid in the not-so-distant future’.
During the winter transfer market, Lee Kang-in drew attention not only to AT Madrid, but also to rumors of a transfer to a number of Premier League clubs. In particular, AT Madrid is known to have pointed out Lee Kang-in as a토토사이트 replacement if Saul Niguez leaves the team.
Spanish media Mundo Deportivo reported last month, ‘AT Madrid is showing special interest in Lee Kang-in. He also said that AT Madrid will aim for Lee Kang-in in the transfer market this summer. Mallorca’s coach Aguirre said after Lee Kang-in’s transfer rumor, “Lee Kang-in asked me to talk. I told Lee Kang-in that I was an important player in the team. Because. Lee Kang-in is a very important player to me.”
Lee Kang-in is playing an active role as a key player for Mallorca this season. Lee Kang-in started on the 5th in the 20th round of the Primera Liga against Real Madrid in the 2022-23 season, and Mallorca, his team, showed off his potential by defeating Real Madrid 1-0.
AT Madrid, which is attracting attention with the rumor of signing Lee Kang-in, won the Primera Liga championship in the 2020-21 season, and has finished third or higher in the Primera Liga every season for the past 10 years. AT Madrid is one of Spain’s leading clubs, winning the Primera Liga 11 times and the UEFA Europa League 3 times.