Manchester City are one of the suitors for Valencia forward Kang-in Lee, who the Spanish side are looking to sell in the January transfer window.

Lee is one of the highest-rated players at the La Liga club, with many predicting a bright future for the 20-year-old.

However, the situation at the club has led to speculation about his future, with the player refusing to sign an extension to his current deal, which expires in 2022.

La Razón back that up today, explaining that the 19-year-old has ‘no intention’ of extending his contract at the Mestalla.

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Valencia do not want a repeat of what happened with Ferran Torres, who completed a move to Manchester City in the summer for a budget price as his contract was due to expire the following summer.

Thus, they are ‘willing to listen to offers’ for the Korean in the winter market, and Manchester City are one of the ‘suitors’ eyeing up a potential deal.

That is all they are willing to offer on the subject, but it is not the first time we have heard they are looking to sign the player

Back in November, they were named as a potential destination by Superdeporte journalist Rafa Marín, while at the beginning of this month La Razón stated that Lee was ‘fed up’ and looking for a move.

They’ve now seemingly doubled down on that, and with others reporting the same, it appears this is a rumour to keep a close eye over the coming month.