Currently at the World Cup with South Korea as they prepare to face Uruguay in their opener, Kang-in Lee should feature at some point.

The Mallorca midfielder has been in good form under Javier Aguirre, to the point where he has attracted interest from both Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

That’s according to Relevo, relayed by Super Deporte, who explain the player, ‘one of the sensations of the start of the season’ in La Liga, is now on the radar of other clubs.

Scoring two goals and three assists in 14 league appearances, the 21-year-old’s form is ‘why different teams have been interested in his situation’, including Newcastle and Wolves.

The Premier League pair will both bolster their squad for different reasons in January, with Eddie Howe wanting to continue his push for European football at St James’ Park, while Julen Lopetegui will be hoping for new faces to drag the Molineux side off the bottom of the table.

Relevo state both Newcastle and Wolves have ‘asked about’ Kang-in Lee, with Super Deporte then adding the player is currently valued at €12m.

We suspect the La Liga club will want a bit more than that, especially mid-season, but neither English side should shy away from their demands if they do come knocking for the South Korea international.