About Lee Kang-in, who is likely to transfer to PSG.. Korean Messi

About Lee Kang-in, who is likely to transfer to PSG.. Korean Messi


Lee Kang-in was born on October 31, 2002 in Guelva, Spain, and showed his talent for soccer from an early age.

Lee Kang-in joined Barcelona’s youth team at an early age, and has since grown and developed, drawing attention. On August 25, 2019, Lee Kang-in made his debut successfully in Barcelona’s first team match at the time of 16 years and 304 days. This was the club’s youngest appearance record, and it continued to grow afterwards.

Lee Kang-in is an attacking midfielder with fast speed, accurate passes, and goal determination, and plays mainly on the left flank. His excellent skills and quick judgment are attracting a lot of attention, and his performance is drawing attention not only in Spain but also internationally.

Lee Kang-in has also played for Spain’s U-17 and U-21 national teams, and is especially expected by Korean soccer fans. His potential and future prospects look very bright, and it is a great pleasure to be able to watch his growth and development in the football world.

As a player who gives pride and hope to Korean soccer fans, Lee Kang-in expects his performance and expects his future to continue his shining soccer career.

Lee Kang-in is receiving a lot of attention because he is from Korea and has a mixed background between Korea and Spain. His soccer talent and achievements are a great pride to Korean soccer fans and are considered one of the most promising players in Korean soccer history.

Lee Kang-in has achieved many challenges based on his excellent skills and passion. He has continued to grow steadily since his youth in Barcelona, and plays an important role in the Spanish Liga in the 2020-2021 season. Along with his growth, he has also performed well in major Barcelona matches and is recognized as an important member of the team.

Lee Kang-in is showing great performance not only in skills but also in leadership and teamwork. Although he is young in the team, he plays a role in making important decisions and leading his team members. His performance has a great impact on the performance of the entire team, and he is highly expected to represent Barcelona’s future.

Lee Kang-in is still a young player, but he has already achieved many achievements, and his potential seems to be unlimited. His growth and development raise interest in Korean football and show the potential for Korean players to succeed on the international stage. His appearance inspires many young players and helps them see the future of Korean soccer in a bright way.

Lee Kang-in is recognized as a shining figure in Korean football history, and it is a great pleasure to watch his performance. Along with his successful career, I hope that Korean soccer will be able to achieve even greater results on the international stage. Korean soccer fans will always support Lee Kang-in’s performance and watch his success happily.

And rumors of a PSG transfer to Lee Kang-in have been almost confirmed.

Immediately after the A-match warm-up match against Peru (0-1 loss) on the 16th, Lee Kang-in said, “I don’t know about the transfer of Paris Saint-Germain.” “It will be decided after the national team schedule,” he said in real-time.

Lee Kang-in was outstanding in the match against Peru. He transferred his performance for Mallorca to the national team. After the game, a question was asked about the hottest PSG transfer rumor recently. European transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano said, “Paris Saint-Germain has reached a complete verbal agreement with Lee Kang-in on a long-term contract. Lee Kang-in has already completed the main part of the medical test. PSG is working out final details on how to sign with Mallorca. Then, “here we go” (Romano’s signature official phrase,’ he said.

However, Lee Kang-in declined to comment on the transfer rumor. “What words do you want here?” he asked back, “I don’t know. Won’t it be decided in the future. What you can say is that you are on the national team, so you have to focus on the national team. Now I’m a Majorca player. “If I transfer, I think I will transfer or stay after the national team,” he said.

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