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Lee Kang-in will be seen wearing a pink jersey next season.
Footy Headlines, which specializes in soccer uniform news, reported on the 6th (Korean time) that “the first information about Paris Saint-Germain’s third uniform for the 2024-25 season has been leaked”.
The jersey will feature a “rush pink” color scheme with black accents. The tops will be rush pink and the bottoms will be black.
Another unique feature is that the swoosh of the jersey’s sponsor, Nike, will be vertical instead of horizontal. Again, the black swoosh is combined with a smaller pink swoosh.
This is the third time this season that Paris Saint-Germain’s third kit has a non-Nike sponsor, Jordan. Paris Saint-Germain signed a jersey sponsorship deal with Jordan Brand in 2018.
Lee wore the jersey against Ligue 1 Brest on March 29 and assisted on Kylian Mbappe’s goal.
Meanwhile, Lee’s jersey is proving to be a hit both offline and online. “Lee and Mbappe are competing for the top spot in jersey sales,” Le Parisien, a local Parisian newspaper, reported on March 23.
“In terms of jersey sales at local club stores, Mbappe is number one and Lee is number two. However, online, Lee’s jersey is the top seller, with Mbappe in second place.”
Earlier, French journalist Abdella Bulma tweeted that “Lee is the Parisian who has sold the most jerseys,” just ahead of Mbappe. 카지노사이트
Combining the information from Le Parisien and Bulma, it appears that Lee is ahead of Mbappe in terms of jersey sales, both online and offline.
With Messi and Neymar gone, Mbappe is still the star of the show for Paris Saint-Germain, but the demand for Lee in global markets, including South Korea and Asia, is not insignificant.
According to France’s RMC Sports, Lee’s jersey was the top seller at Paris Saint-Germain stores in Japan in July, when the club toured the country.
Since joining Paris Saint-Germain from Mallorca ahead of the season, Lee has quickly made his mark on the team.
He scored his first goal for PSG in the UEFA Champions League group stage against AC Milan last month, followed by his first assist against Brest and his Ligue 1 debut against Montpellier on April 4, and has now recorded an attacking point in three consecutive games.