Lee Kang-in’s move to PSG in the French league is on the verge of being finalized.
Lee Kang-in’s move to PSG in the French league is on the verge of being finalized. Following the news of the verbal agreement between Lee and PSG on July 14, French media outlets reported that “PSG has confirmed the signing of four players including Lee Kang-in.” An official announcement from the club is expected on July 1 local time. Luis Enrique, formerly of the Spanish national team and Barcelona, is expected to be the new manager, and the club will announce the signing of new players first, including Lee Kang-in. Some speculate that the announcement will be delayed due to a disagreement between Lee’s club, Mallorca, and PSG over the transfer fee. While some Spanish media outlets are predicting that “Lee will spend a lot of time on the PSG bench 토토사이트 with Mbappe and Neymar,” Lee is keeping quiet. “It’s all going to be decided in the future, there’s nothing I can say right now. After the national team, I’ll either move or I’ll stay.” Kim Min-jae, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United in England, recently reached an agreement with Bayern Munich in Germany over a five-year contract. “The deal between Kim and Munich is almost finalized,” said Romano, the European soccer transfer market expert who broke the news of Lee and PSG’s agreement, “and this week will be very important.” A top German kicker also backed Kim’s move to Munich. Seongnam U-20 World Cup quarterfinalist Kim Ji-soo is close to joining EPL side Brentford, while national team striker Cho Kyu-sung is in talks with Watford.