Lee Kang-in, EPL’s first ‘official offer’ received “Request for transfer within January”

The English Premier League (EPL) clubs’ scouting for Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca) has begun in earnest. While Aston Villa made an official proposal for the first time, it was reported that Newcastle United was also preparing to sign through a ‘buyout’.

The British Birmingham Mail said on the 11th (Korean time), “It is known that Aston Villa officially offered a transfer fee of up to 15 million euros (about 20.2 billion won) for the signing of Lee Kang-in.” Everything,” he said, quoting the Spanish Pichajes.

According to reports, Aston Villa has made its first official proposal of a basic transfer fee of 13.5 million euros (approximately 18.2 billion won) and a maximum of 15 million euros to recruit Lee Kang-in in the winter transfer market held during the month of January. In particular, the local explanation is that Lee Kang-in also clearly expressed his intention to leave the team during this month if a suitable transfer offer came.

Aston Villa, the 11th ranked team in the EPL, is a team led by Spanish coach Unai Emery, and confirmed Lee Kang-in on the Spanish stage while leading Villarreal until October of last year. This is the background of local reports that coach Emery directly requested Lee Kang-in’s recruitment.

Looking back on the fact that Spain’s Marca previously reported on rumors of Lee Kang-in signing from Aston Villa, Newcastle, Burnley (England’s second division), and Feyenoord (Netherlands), saying “there is no official proposal yet”, Aston Villa’s move this time alone is It means a lot. This is because it can be a ‘signal’ for Lee Kang-in’s recruiting war to begin in earnest. 슬롯사이트

In fact, after this news was reported, England’s Hard Tackle said, “Newcastle is ready to pay a buyout of 17 million euros (approximately 22.9 billion won) for Lee Kang-in’s recruitment.” It has rapidly emerged as a target for recruitment.”

If Newcastle proposes a buyout amount following Aston Villa’s first proposal, Aston Villa as well as other clubs are expected to join the bid to sign Lee Kang-in through a buyout one after another. Mallorca does not want to transfer Lee Kang-in, a key player, but if other clubs pay a buyout, they cannot refuse the transfer offer.

In particular, the local forecast is that Lee Kang-in will also positively review the transfer as it is an opportunity to take on a new challenge on a bigger stage. The Hard Tackle added, “As Lee Kang-in has reached an important stage in his career, he may be shaken by transfer offers from EPL clubs,” adding, “Considering his potential, the transfer fee is quite reasonable.”

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