Is Lee Kang-In out of the Paris Saint-Germain lineup?
Football source ‘barlebofc’ synthesized 30 rumors to predict PSG’s lineup for the new season.
Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, and Ousmane Dembele form the attack, while Manuel Ugarte, Marco Asensio, and Vitinha form the midfield.
The defense was made up of Theo Hernandez, Milan Skriniar, Marquinhos, and Achraf Hakimi, with Gianluigi Donnarumma in goal.
Mbappe, who is expected to leave PSG, dominates the attack.
Mbappe has been a hot commodity in the transfer market this summer. Mbappe has been in the news this summer after a falling out with Paris Saint-Germain.
Mbappe has sent out strong signals that he wants to leave PSG this summer.
The PSG president and Mbappe met on the training ground, but there was a chill in the air, with no sign of a one-on-one meeting.
To add insult to injury, PSG brought along key resources like Lee Kang-in and Neymar, but left Mbappe off the Japan tour roster after he refused to sign a contract extension.
Mbappe had a point. His contract with PSG expires next summer, and he has reportedly indicated that he is prepared to sit on the bench rather than play until he becomes a free agent.
PSG are reportedly fed up with Mbappe’s attitude and are ready to sell.
Real Madrid are the favorites to sign Mbappe. Having missed out once before, they are determined not to repeat this time. 스포츠토토
Real are determined to complete the signing of Mbappe before the start of the upcoming season. Liverpool have also reportedly entered the race.
Conspicuously absent from the list is the name of Lee Kang-In, who left Mallorca for PSG this summer.
Lee has been an integral part of Mallorca since leaving Valencia. He’s been an integral part of the attack with his crisp passes that catch opponents off-guard, and he’s often used his pace to bring the game to life.
With six goals and six assists this season, Lee has become the first South Korean player to reach double-digit attacking points in La Liga and has been the lifeblood of Mallorca.
Notably, he was second in the Spanish Primera Liga in dribbling success this season, behind Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior.