Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly in contact with Valencia’s Kang-in Lee.

AS have reported that the South Korean talent is still of interest to Wolves, with the club having first been linked months ago.

SD Huesca v Valencia CF - La Liga Santander
Kang-in Lee (Photo by Eric Alonso/Getty Images)

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Apparently, Valencia have sounded out a replacement for the 20-year-old in Marcos Andre of Real Valladolid.

Lee is seen as the key for Valencia to land their Brazilian target.

It’s explained that he, as a non-EU player, cannot currently join the Spanish outfit as they need to make a slot available.

Real Valladolid CF v Granada CF - La Liga Santander
Marcos Andre (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

Lee’s contract expires next year and doesn’t want to extend due to lack of game time, so he is the man they are looking to shift to free up that space.

Wolves are supposedly attentive to the situation and are said to be in contact.


Lee and a centre-back to finish the window?

It really would be great to see Wolves make a move for Lee.

The technical star has the attributes that could make him a potential long-term successor to Joao Moutinho.

Valencia CF v Real Valladolid CF - La Liga Santander
Kang-in Lee (Photo by Francisco Macia/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

Wolves definitely need that centre-back signing though.

Moving for Lee, but then leaving it at that would be hugely disappointing.

Even if Willy Boly and Yerson Mosquera were not injured, there is still a big need for another experienced option.

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