RCD Mallorca insisted on protecting Lee Kang-in as much as possible.
Mallorca general manager Pablo Ortels said of Lee Kang-in at a press conference on the 3rd, “The important thing is that he continues to play. He is happy in Mallorca and we are in no hurry to let him go.” is not,” he said.
Previously, Lee Kang-in received offers from clubs such as Aston Villa and Atletico Madrid in the winter transfer market, but Mallorca rejected them because the proposed transfer fee did not meet the player buyout. Lee Kang-in expressed dissatisfaction by ‘unfollowing’ the club’s SNS. 카지노
Mallorca coach Javier Aguirre previously revealed that Lee Kang-in’s buyout amount was 30 million euros (approximately 40.1 billion won) and said, “It’s a lot of money.” It is an amount that greatly exceeds the originally known 17 million euros (about 23 billion won). In other words, it meant that if there was no corresponding offer, it would not be sent.
Director Ortels said, “It is true that coach Aguire said (Lee Kang-in’s buyout) reached 30 million euros, and he is not wrong.” It was an ambiguous way to express it in an indirect way by quoting rather than admitting it yourself.
He said, “Mallorca is happy to be with Lee Kang-in. After the World Cup, he will probably be a very impressive player.”
Lee Kang-in scored 2 goals and 4 assists in 18 Spanish La Liga games this season, leading the team’s attack with Verdat Muriki. Mallorca, which currently ranks 10th in the league with 7 wins, 4 draws and 8 losses, with 25 points, will not easily send Lee Kang-in for the time being.