Lee Kang in actually doesn’t make progress with psg?


Lee Kang in actually doesn’t make progress with psg?


(이강인. Lee Kang in 21)

The claim that there is no progress in negotiations between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Lee Kang-in (Mayorka) is likely to be a media play by Majorca. This is because it is a report by Spanish media closer to Mallorca than PSG.

Spanish media ‘COPE’ published an article on the 20th (Korea Standard Time), saying, “Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Mallorca did not even enter the negotiation stage, let alone exchange documents.”

It is 180 degrees different from what has been known. Fabrizio Romano, who is familiar with the European football transfer market, and a number of French media agreed that PSG is close to recruiting Lee Kang-in. “Le10 Sport” even announced that PSG General Manager Luis Campos had secretly completed the recruitment of four players, including Lee Kang-in and Marco Asensio (Real Madrid).

On the other hand, COPE said, “It is true that PSG and Mallorca talked with approximate transfer fee estimates. A week has passed since reports that PSG is interested in recruiting Lee Kang-in, but nothing has happened. There has been no progress over the past week,’ he said, dismissing rumors of a transfer.

How can such an opposite article come out?

PSG wants Lee Kang-in. Mallorca intends to sell Lee Kang-in as expensive as possible. Of course, it is PSG who wants to conclude the negotiations as quickly as possible. Mallorca can actually sell Lee Kang-in next year. The ransom may become more expensive. The handle of the knife is held by Majorca.

However, it may be uncomfortable for Mallorca as the French media are saying that they are close to an agreement. Majorca wants 22 million euros (about 31 billion won). The amount proposed by PSG is known to be 15 million euros (about 21 billion won).

It’s not a huge difference, but it’s not a small difference. Mallorca seems to have expressed its willingness to hand over Lee Kang-in at a bargain price through COPE.

COPE actually left a similar message of advice, saying, “If PSG makes a satisfactory offer to Majorca, Majorca will not want to sell Lee Kang-in, but it is clear that the deal will be made because it does not want to ruin the young player’s career.” This actually conveyed Mallorca’s position instead.




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