PSG Signs Lee Kang-in from Mallorca, a Promising South Korean Talent

The South Korean midfielder Lee Kang-in has been signed by Paris Saint-Germain from Mallorca. PSG couldn’t pass up on the chance to sign this 20-year old prodigy, who has displayed immense talent and promise throughout his career. Lee Kangin is known for his technical abilities, creativity and versatility. He brings a new dimension to PSG’s already stellar lineup.

The move of Lee Kang In to PSG marks a major step in his professional career. It allows him to compete with some of the greatest players in the world. Lee, despite being young, has already become an important member of the South Korean team. PSG was immediately attracted by his outstanding performances in La Liga for Mallorca. They brought him onboard without delay. The manager of the club and its fans are anticipating Lee Kang In’s impact on the team, and they are excited to watch his development and growth in the upcoming seasons.

Lee Kang-in

FILE – South Korea’s Lee Kang-in (top) and El Salvador’s Kevin Reyes (bottom) fight for the ball during the international friendly football match between South Korea and El Salvador at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium in Daejeon on June 20, 2023. (Photo by YONHAP / AFP).

The Ligue 1 champions have announced that they have signed South Korean Lee Kang-in, formerly of Real Mallorca.

PSG signs the 22-year-old as their fourth player of the close-season.

“It’s incredible to be able to join Paris Saint-Germain, it’s one of the biggest clubs in the world, with some of the greatest players in the world,” Lee made a statement.

“I can’t wait to start this new adventure.”

Lee, who came through Valencia’s academy to make his debut in the first team, can also play centrally.

He has played 14 times for South Korea, including all four matches in the World Cup last year.

Lee will join PSG alongside Marco Asensio, Milan Skriniar, and Manuel Ugarte this summer.

Luis Enrique, former coach of Barcelona and Spain, has replaced Christophe Galtier at the capital club.


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