German magazine Hamburg Lee Jae-sung offered a transfer fee of 4 billion won
Local media reported that the German professional soccer team, which offered a transfer fee of 3 million euros (about 4 billion won) last summer to recruit midfielder Lee Jae-sung (29, Holstein Kiel), was Hamburg in the second division.
The German weekly Rottenburg Luntshaw said on the 17th (Korea time), “Hamburg has a very special playmaker Lee Jae-sung in mind even before the start of this season.” “I contacted Holstein Kiel that I had prepared 3 million euros (if I wanted to sell it) during the summer of 2020, but I was rejected.”
Lee Jae-sung has been playing with 20 points and 21 assists in 82 games, including the Cup tournament, since the 2018-19 season in Holstein Kiel, Germany’s second division, who joined the 2017 K League 1 MVP and 2018 FIFA Russia World Cup 파워볼사이트
“Lee Jae-sung’s current contract is until the end of this season. Therefore, January 2021 is the last chance to sell for a transfer fee. Hamburg is waiting for Holstein Kiel to change his mind, but there is a possibility that he will fail.
Holstein Kiel has never experienced the first division since the introduction of the German National League in 1963. In the 2020-21 season, he is also ranked fourth with eight wins, five draws, three losses and 29 points. In the second division of Germany, the first and second place will go straight to the first division, and the third place will advance to the promotion playoffs.
Lee Jae-sung has no justification to remain unless Holstein Kiel is promoted. “The club wants to stay with Lee Jae-sung until the end of the season, but I know that nothing can be ruled out in football,” said Luntshaw, who sees a zero chance of leaving in January.