The trend is ‘Korean Leaguer’… Will it be the best summer transfer market ever?

The Korean leaguer is the trend.

As the 2022-23 season approaches its end, European clubs are already working on reinforcing players. There are already rumors of transfers of various players. Among them, the names of Korean leaguers are also not boring.

Napoli’s Kim Min-jae is receiving a lot of attention from big clubs크크크벳. He has only been on the Italian stage for a year. He was reborn as a ‘defensive nucleus’ without any adaptation period. He overwhelms opponents with his speed and powerful physical fights. Here, he is evaluated as excellent in defensive intelligence. Thanks to Kim Min-jae’s performance, Napoli is on the verge of winning Serie A for the first time in 33 years.

He naturally became one of the most watched central defenders in Europe. Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City (above England) and Paris Saint-Germain (France) have already shown interest. Kim Min-jae’s contract with Napoli expires in the summer of 2025.

Lee Kang-in is also rumored to be transferring. This season, he made 29 league appearances, scoring 5 goals and 5 assists. His performance did not stop at the attack point. He is in charge of the team’s overall offensive development with brilliant dribbles, sharp kicks and passes.

Already caught up in numerous transfer rumors last winter, but Mallorca blocked all interest. At the time, Lee Kang-in directly expressed his dissatisfaction by ‘unfollowing’ the team’s social network service (SNS) official account. Accordingly, a transfer this summer is likely. Currently linked to Manchester City, Aston Villa (above England) and Atletico Madrid (Spain). His contract with Mallorca expires in June 2025.

The future of Lee Jae-seong (Mainz 05), who is having the best season, is also noteworthy. He scored 7 goals and 3 assists in 29 league games this season. This is his best performance since joining Mainz in 2021. On the 26th, he was nominated for the Team Midfielder of the Year category through the official Bundesliga website.

Thanks to his performance, he was linked with Crystal Palace (England) last February. At the time, the German media ‘Kicker’ reported that Palace had been keeping an eye on Lee Jae-seong since the days of Germany’s second division (Holstein Kiel). Lee Jae-sung’s contract with Mainz expires in the summer of 2024. Mainz wants to renew the contract.

Meanwhile, Hwang In-beom has been linked with Bundesliga teams such as Monchengladbach and Freiburg (above Germany). In particular, on the 5th, the Greek media ‘Sport 24’ reported that Moenchengladbach showed interest in Hwang In-beom. Hwang In-beom’s contract with Olympiacos runs until the summer of 2025.

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