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Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be keen to sign one of the best young players in the Spanish league. South Korean player Lee Kang-In is widely seen as one of the best young players in the Spanish top flight and his quality has caught the attention of midlands club Wolves.

Sport Aragon revealed the interest of Wolves in David Silva 2.0. Lee Kang-In has been likened to Real Sociedad playmaker David Silva. David Silva was at Premier League table toppers Manchester City before he left the club on a free transfer at the end of his contract. The Spaniard signed for Sociedad as a free agent at the start of this season.
The report claimed that Wolves are considering the swap deal idea involving Lee Kang-In and RafaMir. Lee Kang-In plays for Valencia in the Spanish top flight, while Rafa Mir is on loan at struggling La Liga club Huesca from Wolves.

It has been revealed that Wolves are plotting a £14m swap deal to take 20-year-old Lee Kang-In from Valencia to the Premier League in a deal that would see Rafa Mir go the other direction.

Wolves are on course to finish in the bottom half of the table for the first time since returning to the top flight three seasons ago. A lot of people have attributed the drop in form under manager NunoEspirito Santo to the lack of goals due to the absence of star striker Raul Jimenez. However, the creative part of the Wolves team has been almost non-existent this season.
Mexican international Jimenez suffered a horrific head injury in the away game at Arsenal in December and the former Benfica player has not played since then though he has been in light training for several weeks.

The Wolves modifiers namely Joao Mourinho, Leander Dendoncker, Vitinha, Morgan Gibbs-White and Ruben Neves have just three assists between them all season in the league to further point out the lack of creativity in the team. This is an area that David Silva 2.0, Lee Kang-In can improve if his transfer goes through this summer.

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