Lee Kang-in is close to joining the Asian Games team. Leading French media outlets and journalists have reported that Lee Kang-in’s participation in the Asian Games has been approved by his club.
“Lee Kang-in has received permission from PSG to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games,” French media outlet L’Equipe reported on Friday (June 15).
“Lee Kang-in has been at the center of controversy in his home country of South Korea recently, and he will finally play in the Asian Games. He received permission from PSG on Thursday. He will be traveling to China in the next few hours,” said Lee, who has been cleared to play in the Asian Games.
“It was decided through a conversation between the player, his agent and the club. The player’s entourage said, ‘We are grateful to the club for managing the situation in this way and helping the player. Everyone is happy with the outcome,'” he added.
French outlet Le Parisien also confirmed Lee’s departure. “Lee Kang-in is joining the team for the Asian Games. Lee will be absent again for reasons unrelated to his health. The club has agreed that he will participate in the Asian Games with the South Korean national team starting on September 23. At the very least, Lee will miss the UEFA Champions League second leg against Marseille.” 온라인카지노
European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano also confirmed the departure on Friday, tweeting on social media, “PSG have approved Lee’s participation in the Asian Games.”
Lee has been the subject of much speculation in recent days about whether he will be selected for the 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games. Hwang Sun-hong, the head coach of South Korea’s national team, included Lee in his roster when he announced the final roster, indicating his intention to utilize Lee at the Asian Games. While the Asian Games roster is full of promising young players, Lee Kang-in’s performance could make a big difference in the team’s performance at the Asian Games.
Initially, Klinsmann’s interview suggested that Lee had already held discussions with PSG about whether he would be available for the Asian Games, but an injury setback hampered his chances. Lee has had a difficult time with injuries since the Toulouse game on August 20. After starting his second consecutive league game against Toulouse and continuing his good form, the club announced the injury after the game, saying, “Lee Kang-in has injured his left quadriceps and will be treated until the end of the next A-match break.”
Lee’s injury was particularly noteworthy because it was his second since joining PSG. Lee injured the back of his right thigh (hamstring) in the first preseason game against Le Havre at PSG’s training ground and missed most of PSG’s Asian tour. He returned to action on March 3, playing the final 20 minutes of the PSG-North Korea friendly at the Asiad Stadium in Busan.
He started the league opener against Lorient and appeared to be fully recovered, but went down with the thigh injury again in the second round against Toulouse. There were no problems during the match. Lee played until the beginning of the second half before being replaced by Kylian Mbappe to finish the game. However, the club later announced that the injury