Lee Kang-in’s PL variable? Local media “Buyout amount is 30 million euros”

 Will this summer’s transfer be a big variable for Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca)? The truth battle surrounding his buyout amount is not over.

Lee Kang-in’s transfer is close to a fait accompli. Reports are pouring in that he is leaving Mallorca at the end of this season. ‘Mallorca Daily Bulletin’ predicted that Lee Kang-in’s transfer would be a ‘matter of time’ and that he would leave a large transfer fee for the team.

In particular,ㅋㅋㅋ벳 many Premier League teams are keeping an eye on Lee Kang-in. Aston Villa, Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Newcastle United, Burnley, Tottenham Hotspur, etc. are full of teams that have been in the media. ‘Lelebo’ also said, “Lee Kang-in’s most likely destination is the Premier League,” and “the possibility of him remaining in Spain is very slim.”

Only one variable remains. That’s the buyout amount. Previously, Mallorca coach Javier Aguirre claimed that Kang-in Lee’s buyout was 30 million euros (approximately 44.3 billion won). It was an amount close to twice the previously known buyout.

But immediately, a backlash came pouring in. Reporter Juanmi Sanchez of ‘Marca’ said, “You can buy one and a half Lee Kang-ins with 30 million euros. (The buyout amount) is not 30 million euros.” Lee Kang-in’s buyout is 18 million euros (approximately 26.6 billion won). It is neither 30 million euros nor 25 million euros (approximately 36.9 billion won).”

I wondered if the battle for truth would end with director Aguirre’s lies. However, the controversy arose again when ‘Mundo Deportivo’ once again said that Lee Kang-in’s buyout was 30 million euros.

The media said on the 28th (Korean time), “Atletico Madrid, which tried to recruit Lee Kang-in last January, is aiming for him once again. The Premier League club is the biggest competitor.” “Mallorca and Lee Kang-in have a contract until 2025. The amount is 30 million euros.” 

If Lee Kang-in’s buyout is really 30 million euros, this is a higher amount than expected. Considering that Lee Kang-in was born in 2001 and has only experience in La Liga, even Premier League teams with capital are inevitably in trouble.

Not to mention some promoted teams or La Liga clubs in particular. In fact, it is known that Atletico offered 10 million euros (approximately 14.7 billion won) for Lee Kang-in’s transfer last winter.

If Mallorca declares that it will not send Lee Kang-in for less than 30 million euros, Lee Kang-in’s options may be greatly narrowed.

Of course, we cannot rule out the possibility that Mallorca will release Lee Kang-in for an appropriate amount. Mundo Deportivo added, “Mallorca can sell Lee Kang-in for a lower price than the buyout.”

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