South Koreas 17 year old youngster will pay 80 million euros for Valencias first show.

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 South Koreas 17 year old youngster will pay 80 million euros for Valencias first show.


Born on February 19, 2001, Lee Kang-ren, a winger, went to Spain to join the Valencia Academy after being discovered by Valencia scouts in 2011. Li Kangren, who was excellent and quick, was promoted to the reserve team last season and had the opportunity to train with the team. This summers pre-season warm-up match, Li Kangren also appeared in the competition.

Lee accidentally appeared in the starting line-up for the Kings Cup away game against Ebro, playing as a left winger. Lee, 17 and 253 days old, broke the record for the youngest foreign player in Valencias history and was the first Asian player ever to play for Valencia. Li Kangren has also become the youngest player in all seasons League appearances. Li Kangren was very active in the game, but unfortunately he couldnt score or assist and was replaced by teammate Blanc in the 83rd minute. Lee is currently playing U19 in Valencia and has scored a goal in the group stage in the UEFA Champions League this season. Lee, who has played in Spain for seven years, is regarded as the future leader of Korean football. This time in the King Cup, it may mean that he will see him in the near future. Valencia attaches great importance to Lee, and the club has signed a long-term contract with him, which will not expire until 2022, with a liquidated damages of up to 80 million euros. Before signing a contract with Valencia, Li Kangren was also concerned by many European giants such as Real Madrid and Manchester City. Source: NetEase sports writer: Bomber editor: Liu Pai _NS6023

Lee accidentally appeared in the starting line-up for the Kings Cup away game against Ebro, playing as a left winger. Lee, 17 and 253 days old, broke the record for the youngest foreign player in Valencias history and was the first Asian player ever to play for Valencia. Li Kangren has also become the youngest player in all seasons League appearances. Li Kangren was very active in the game, but unfortunately he couldnt score or assist and was replaced by teammate Blanc in the 83rd minute.

Lee is currently playing U19 in Valencia and has scored a goal in the group stage in the UEFA Champions League this season. Lee, who has played in Spain for seven years, is regarded as the future leader of Korean football. This time in the King Cup, it may mean that he will see him in the near future.

Valencia attaches great importance to Lee, and the club has signed a long-term contract with him, which will not expire until 2022, with a liquidated damages of up to 80 million euros. Before signing a contract with Valencia, Li Kangren was also concerned by many European giants such as Real Madrid and Manchester City.