It seems that interest in Lee Kang-in (Mallorca) is definitely hot.
On the 14th (Korean time), the Spanish press ‘Pichahes’ reported that ‘Real Betis expressed interest in Lee Kang-in. Betis are keeping an eye on this talented player. His ransom is very cheap’.
Betis is a regular customer in European matches. He played in the Europa League this season. The Europa League is also likely next season. Betis, who consistently play in European competitions, is better than halfway Premier League clubs.
Lee Kang-in was recently linked with Atletico Madrid in the same Primera Liga, Aston Villa in the Premier League, and Tottenham Hotspur.
It is reported that Atletico Madrid is not willing to pay the full amount of Lee Kang-in’s buyout. Tottenham desperately needs a creative attacking midfielder, but it is unclear how much interest Lee Kang-in has.
“Betis are watching Lee Kang-in playing for Mallorca with an interesting tactical move,” Pichahes said. Betis is looking to strengthen its squad this season. Lee Kang-in is an attacking midfielder with potential. He is regarded as one of the most surprising players in La Liga and he has become a prime target,’ he explained.토스카지노
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Betis seems to have fallen in love with Lee Kang-in because he can play as a midfielder as well as a winger.
Pichahes said, ‘Lee Kang-in stood out in Mallorca with his splendid performance. He has risen to the level as one of the most promising players in La Liga. His ability to break through the defense and his vision of the game have attracted the attention of top clubs, including Betis.’
He went on to say, ‘He has the ability to play both as a wing and as a midfielder. He can be Nabil Fekir’s backup or play as a winger and form an attacking line with Fekir. He is a very interesting player,’ he added.
The problem is also money. Mallorca set Lee Kang-in’s buyout at 17 million euros (approximately 25 billion won). In fact, at Premier League level, that’s a very cheap price. The buyout of Kim Min-jae (Napoli), who is receiving a love call from a big club, is known to be between 50 million and 60 million euros.
‘The competition is fierce,’ says Pichahes. Betis isn’t the only one interested. Atletico Madrid was also very active. However, he is said to be unwilling to pay the buyout. It is unknown whether this is a negotiation strategy or a conservative evaluation of Lee Kang-in’s talent.’