The 22-year-old South Korean international has committed to a five-year contract with the French champions, becoming PSG’s fourth acquisition this summer. The club has already welcomed midfielder Manuel Ugarte, central defender Milan Skriniar, and striker Marco Asensio.
Expressing his excitement, Lee remarked, “Joining Paris St-Germain is an incredible opportunity. It stands among the world’s largest clubs, boasting some of the finest players. I eagerly await embarking on this new adventure.”
Lee has represented South Korea on 19 occasions and participated in the 2022 World Cup.
Following the dismissal of Christophe Galtier, former Spain and Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has assumed the position of PSG boss this week.
Additionally, PSG confronts uncertainty regarding their star player, Kylian Mbappe, who has informed the club of his intention not to extend his contract beyond 2024.
According to PSG president, Mbappe “needs to sign a new contract.”
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Lee Kang-in
Who did Paris St-Germain sign from Mallorca?
Paris St-Germain signed South Korea midfielder Lee Kang-in from Mallorca.
How many goals did Lee Kang-in score for Mallorca last season?
Lee Kang-in scored six goals in 36 La Liga games for Mallorca last season.
Which players did Paris St-Germain sign this summer?
Paris St-Germain signed midfielder Manuel Ugarte, central defender Milan Skriniar, striker Marco Asensio, and South Korea midfielder Lee Kang-in this summer.
How long is Lee Kang-in’s contract with Paris St-Germain?
Lee Kang-in has signed a five-year deal with Paris St-Germain.
How many times has Lee Kang-in played for South Korea?
Lee Kang-in has been capped 19 times by South Korea and played at the 2022 World Cup.
Who is the new coach of Paris St-Germain?
Former Spain and Barcelona coach Luis Enrique took over as the new coach of Paris St-Germain.
What is the situation with Kylian Mbappe’s contract at PSG?
Kylian Mbappe has informed the club that he will not extend his contract beyond 2024, causing uncertainty for his future at PSG.