Mallorca revealed the reason why it does not want to sell Lee Kang-in.
Lee Kang-in has solidified his position in Mallorca this season. Lee Kang-in, who was given opportunities little by little after coach Javier Aguirre took over last season, gradually showed signs of growth. This season, La Liga has 2 goals and 3 assists in 17 games, and it is clearly expressing its leveled up ability.
After showing sharp passing skills at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Lee Kang-in emerged as a hot potato in the transfer market this winter. He has attracted interest from several English Premier League (EPL) clubs, including Aston Villa and Newcastle United.
However, Mallorca stubbornly rejected Lee Kang-in’s love call. Regarding Lee Kang-in’s transfer question, manager Aguirre expressed his strong will, saying, “The question is a closed subject question. No one will leave this transfer market.”
As the club blocked his own future, Lee Kang-in began to express his dissatisfaction. On the 25th (Korean time), reporter Juanmi Sanchez, who reports news from Mallorca, quoted a report from Spain’s ‘LA ZONA 10’ and said, “Lee Kang-in is dissatisfied with Mallorca’s sports management. He made two important proposals this January. , he doesn’t understand why the club decided not to listen to the offer for him. Mallorca informed him in January that he would not be leaving the team.” 메이저사이트
Even Lee Kang-in is expressing his angry feelings by ‘unfollowing’ the club’s official social media account.
Eventually, Mallorca started talking to Lee Kang-in. Reporter Sanchez said, “Lee Kang-in has talked with manager Aguirre and the captain of the team. Mallorca understands Lee Kang-in’s situation. But the club doesn’t let him leave because they think he can’t replace him. Still, negotiations in the summer transfer market We are open to it,” he explained.
From Lee Kang-in’s point of view, it’s frustrating. Newcastle, which is currently interested in Lee Kang-in, is a club competing in the UEFA Champions League (UCL). One might think that Mallorca’s way of managing player transfers is blocking his path.