Monday’s edition of Marca has an article on the future of Kang-in Lee.

The 21-year-old joined the Valencia academy in 2011 and gradually made his way to the Spanish club’s first team. His contract with Los Che expired in June 2021 and he joined Mallorca as a free agent.

So far this season, the youngster has played 16 matches in La Liga, scoring two goals and adding four assists whilst playing in a variety of attacking positions.

He’s clearly versatile and that’s attracting attention. According to the Marca report, Newcastle United, Aston Villa and Burnley are all keen on Kang-in Lee.

Dutch club Feyenoord are also showing an interest.

The Spanish newspaper insists Mallorca would want the player’s €17m release clause for a January move. That figure is described as being ‘perfectly acceptable’ to Newcastle United, and it’s said the interest from the Premier League is ‘strong’.

Aston Villa interest was also reported last week, with Eddie Howe’s side now being pulled into the picture.

There’s been no offers yet, so it’s just a case of waiting to see what happens, but Marca say Mallorca are worried.