Lee Kang-in, 22, has returned to training in good spirits after a well-deserved break from call-ups and national team matches during the A-Match. He has been participating in ground training and team drills as normal.
On Aug. 13 (KST), PSG shared photos and videos of PSG players training on social media, and Lee was among them.
Lee suffered a left quadriceps injury on Aug. 23 and missed PSG’s Ligue 1 rounds 3-4, and was diagnosed as needing to focus on recovery until the A-match break.
As a result, Lee postponed both his national team and Asian Games call-ups to focus on his rehabilitation in the PSG clubhouse.
In the early stages of his rehabilitation, Lee was limited to cycling and core programs indoors, but now he is back on the pitch, participating in team tactical drills and shooting with ease.
Lee broke a sweat in a good mood, smiling and joking with his teammates.
Meanwhile, Lee will decide when he will be called up for the Hangzhou Asian Games on the 13th. When he joined PSG, Lee inserted a clause requiring him to play in the Asian Games, and he was actually named on the roster.온라인바카라
The only question is when. Depending on the circumstances, he could travel to Hangzhou after the UEFA Champions League match against Borussia Dortmund (Germany) on Sept. 20.
On the other hand, Hwang Sun-hong’s Asian Games squad doesn’t have much time. They will convene at Paju NFC on Sept. 14, before departing for Hangzhou on Sept. 16 and playing their first match against Kuwait on Sept. 19.