‘Heart Attack’ Two-Shot: ‘KING’ Lee Kang-in and ‘Superstar’ Neymar Bromance? ‘They’re starting to get to know each other’

‘KING’ Lee Kang-in (22) is quickly integrating into the prestigious French club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

On the 16th (KST), ‘PSG Talk,’ which covers PSG-related news, reported, “Neymar is training with PSG. Neymar could form a new bromance with newly signed midfielder Lee Kang-in,” the site reported.

‘Neymar is training to get back to full fitness after the ankle injury that ruled him out for the season in February. The sight of Neymar training with his teammates is a welcome sign for the new season.

He added: ‘What has caught many people’s attention are the heartwarming moments between Neymar and Lee Kang-in. They are starting to get to know each other as teammates.

PSG released a video of the training session on the club’s social media. The video shows the players huddled together playing a mini-game. One of the more interesting moments was Lee’s performance. He is seen smiling and sharing a brief hug with Neymar, the Brazilian national team ace and PSG centerpiece. 메이저사이트

PSG has been posting training videos on social media. Lee has been featured in several of these videos, and he has already bonded with his teammates. Neymar, Luca Hernandez, and Nordy Miquiele have all shown a friendly spirit. In particular, the presence of Carlos Soler and Juan Bernat, both of whom played for Valencia during their youth careers, has helped Lee settle in quickly.

Lee put on his PSG jersey on September 9. ‘The club is delighted to announce the signing of Lee Kang-in on a five-year contract until 2028,’ PSG said. The 22-year-old attacking midfielder becomes the first South Korean player to sign for PSG,” the club announced. His annual salary is reportedly €4 million (approximately $5.7 billion) and a transfer fee of €22 million (approximately $314 million). In particular, Lee hit the jackpot with a bonus clause in his transfer from Valencia to Mallorca, which entitles him to 20 percent of the transfer fee (approximately 6.3 billion won).

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