Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) midfielder Lewis is likely to leave the team.
On the 16th (KST), French media outlet Foot1 reported that ‘PSG is satisfied with the midfield combination of Emery, Ugarte, and Vitinha,’ but also mentioned the possibility of revamping PSG’s midfield, saying that ‘midfield is a weakness that PSG has been pointed out for a long time’.
In particular, ‘Unsatisfied with Luis’ performances, PSG are favorably impressed with Atletico Madrid’s interest in him.
AT Madrid have approached PSG about signing Lewis, and PSG are considering sending him out on loan with an option for a full transfer. PSG are said to be “not convinced that Lewis will suddenly revitalize his game and help the team.
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He made 26 appearances in the French Ligue 1 last season and has been one of PSG’s main midfielders this season, but has been criticized for not living up to expectations.
Lee started both of PSG’s Ligue 1 matches earlier this season, earning the trust of Luis Enrique.
After a period of injury and rehabilitation, Lee made his comeback in the first leg of the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League Group F against Dortmund on March 20.
Lee was one of the key contributors to the Asian Games gold medal, and he continued his stellar form with a multi-goal performance, including a goal on his A-match debut against Tunisia in an exhibition match on March 13.
Lee will return to PSG on Sunday against Vietnam.
The local French media have expressed their excitement for Lee’s return to PSG. “PSG lacks a bit of creativity, but paradoxically, they have two players who are creative,” said French outlet Le 10 Sport.
“Asensio can help PSG’s creativity, especially Lee Kang-in. ‘Asensio can help PSG’s creativity and especially Lee can help,’ he added, referring to the local mood.
PSG has struggled in the French Ligue 1 this season with a record of four wins, three draws and one loss (15 points), leaving them in third place in the league.
Their form has been up and down, including a goalless draw away to relegated Clermont in the seventh round of the French Ligue 1 on March 30.
PSG will return home to host Strasbourg in the ninth round of the 2023-24 Ligue 1 on Nov. 21 after the A-match break.