Mallorca ‘money greed’ is blocking Lee Kang-in’s transfer → buyout cost jumped to 40 billion won
There is a lot of talk about Lee Kang-in from Mallorca, Spain. Offers are coming from several clubs, and Lee Kang-in said that he was dissatisfied with the team. There was also a report that the team was playing with Lee Kang-in for money. 스포츠토토
According to a recent Spanish media report, Mallorca is known to have set a policy not to transfer Lee Kang-in. Many teams, such as the EPL, want to recruit him, but the club has a policy of not letting him go.
Of course, Mallorca is forcing Lee Kang-in, who strongly wants a transfer, to stay. Mallorca is in the position that “we cannot give the team’s key players.”
However, he mobilized the rhetoric saying that the team is a cherished player, but Mallorca is said to be blocking Lee Kang-in’s transfer because of money. He said he would not let him go for a small sum of money.
Spain’s ‘Marca’ reported, “Mallorca will not sell Lee Kang-in at a low price.”
However, the club added that if there is a club that pays more than 17 million euros (22.8 billion won) in the buyout, the transfer ban policy will change. As long as he gave money, he gave a sign that he was always OK.
However, this report soon turned out to be false (?). It is said that the buyout amount set by the Mallorca club is not 17 million euros, but 30 million euros, or about 40 billion won.
Mallorca coach Javier Aguirre said at a press conference ahead of the match against Cadiz, “I didn’t talk about the future with Lee Kang-in. Lee Kang-in will be with us,” he said. “There will be no club that can issue a buyout for Lee Kang-in. 30 million euros (40.2 billion won) is a lot of money. Therefore, there is no need to convince Lee Kang-in.”
Right away, Spain’s ‘As’ was surprised to say, “When everyone was talking about 17 million euros, coach Aguirre said 30 million euros.”
Will there be a team that will take Lee Kang-in for a transfer fee that has jumped to twice the known amount?
[Stories related to Lee Kang-in’s transfer to Mallorca are pouring out. It was surprising that it was confirmed that the buyout cost set by the club was 30 million euros.