Who’s right? The Spanish and French media have been making conflicting claims about the transfer of Lee Kang-in (Mallorca). The French claimed that a deal was imminent, but the Spanish had a different story.
On the 20th (KST), Spanish media outlet COPE claimed that “Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Mallorca have not even entered the negotiation phase, let alone exchanged documents.
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First, French outlets Le 10 Sport, FootMercato, and France Bleu Paris reported that PSG were close to signing Lee.
Fabrizio Romano, who is well versed in the European soccer transfer market, also reported on social media that “PSG and Lee have reached a verbal agreement”. Le 10 Sport even reported that “PSG president Luis Campos has completed the signing of four players, including Lee Kang-in, behind closed doors.
PSG seems to be rather embarrassed by the atmosphere.
COPE quoted a source close to PSG as saying, “Paris are very surprised that the transfer hasn’t even been finalized yet and it’s being talked about as if it’s imminent.
‘It’s true that PSG and Mallorca have been talking with a rough estimate of the transfer fee,’ COPE added. It’s been a week since reports emerged that PSG were interested in signing Lee, but nothing has happened. There have been no developments in the past week,” he emphasized.
The French media is obviously pro-PSG and COPE is pro-Mallorca. It is likely that they wrote articles in favor of Mallorca.
‘If PSG makes a satisfactory offer to Mallorca, the deal will happen because Mallorca doesn’t want to sell Lee, but they also don’t want to ruin the young player’s career,’ COPE concluded.
In other words, he advises PSG to give in to Mallorca’s demands. It is reported that Mallorca want €22 million for Lee, while PSG want €15 million.
There’s also the matter of coaching. PSG want to terminate the contract of Christopher Galtier and appoint Luis Enrique. Once that’s done, the search for a new coach is likely to pick up speed.