Kim Min-jae spotted at Munich training ground in suit

It’s official. Kim Min-jae (27, Napoli) has arrived at the Bayern Munich training center.

The German ‘Bild’ reported on the 18th (below), “Thomas Tuchel has a new signing. Bayern’s third new recruit has arrived in Munich. It’s Kim Min-jae,” and released a photo of Kim Min-jae in a suit at the Munich training center.

“He flew into Munich secretly on Monday evening, stayed in a hotel, and headed to his new job on Tuesday morning. He arrived at the Munich training ground and signed a contract until 2028,” the outlet added.

European football transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano also shared the news, writing: “Kim Min-jae has just arrived at the Bayern training ground and will be unveiled as the club’s newest signing.

The buyout clause was activated ten days ago and the medical was completed in South Korea. The contract has been signed.” He didn’t forget his signature phrase: “Here we go.”

Kim secretly left for Germany on the 17th and finally set foot on German soil. He will join the Munich squad tonight.

‘Sky Sports Germany’ reporter Florian Plettenberg reported on the evening of the 18th, “Kim Min-jae is expected to join the Munich training camp in Tegernsee tonight. It’s not 100% confirmed, but that’s the plan” and “He’s already in Munich!”.

Maximilian Koch of Germany’s Aventurer Zeitung also confirmed that Kim would soon be meeting his Munich teammates: “New defensive star Kim Min-jae is expected to join the Bayern team in Tegernsee,” he wrote on social media on the 18th.

An official announcement was also in the works. Plettenberg tweeted on the morning of the 18th: “Kim Min-jae and Bayern have finalized the contract.

All money has been paid and the situation is clear. Bayern want to announce the signing within the week. Kim Min-jae is expected to join his new teammates on the Asian tour next Monday.”

France’s Foot Mercato also reported on Sunday that “After weeks of negotiations, Kim Min-jae will be able to proudly wear the Munich shirt.

It’s over,” and “There’s nothing stopping Munich from signing him now. An official announcement is expected before the end of the week.”

It’s a transfer everyone knew was coming. It’s a move that everyone knew would happen. Jan Christian Dresden, 56, chairman and CEO of Munich, said at a press conference on Sunday: “Kim is an exciting player. We want him to join us, but we can’t announce it yet. We hope to make an announcement in the next few days.”

There was also a director’s cut. “We want to replace Luka Hernandez, and it’s no big secret who it will be,” Munich coach Thomas Tuchel said on April 15, adding, “I won’t say the name now because it’s not helpful, but we’re trying to announce it in the next few days.” Of course, the name is Kim Min-jae.

The name, of course, is Kim Min-jae. Romano even said, “The player is Kim Min-jae. The buyout clause has been triggered and the medical has been completed.”

Napoli coach Rudi Garcia also said goodbye to Kim. “Kim is no longer with us,” he said, adding, “We have enough time to find a replacement central defender.

The club has already been working for some time to solve the problem, and although we cannot be 100% sure, it is possible.”

While the news of Kim’s move to Munich was confirmed a few weeks ago, the ‘official’ news came later than expected. The reason for this is that the negotiations between Munich and Napoli took time to finalize last-minute details.

The reason: Napoli’s demand for a bonus. “Napoli wanted a small bonus and a sell-on clause, and they got it,” said the French publication Foot Mercato on Sunday.

Stubborn Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis refused to give up on the negotiations, which gave Napoli the possibility of recovering slightly more than the 57 million euros (about 809 million won) Kim Min-jae’s buyout price.”

The Italian ‘Il Matino’ also came up with a similar story. “Kim Min-jae and Bayern have signed a contract,” the publication said on April 18.

Napoli demanded a bonus if Munich sells Kim within three years and receives a transfer fee of more than 60 million euros ($85.2 billion).” Time seems to have stalled as Napoli refused to back down from their negotiations with Munich.

Nevertheless, the Bavarians continued to negotiate and finalized a deal for the ‘Serie A’s best defender’ Kim Min-jae. Tuchel’s efforts, including direct contact with the player, paid off and he now has his ‘dream defender’. 파워볼사이트

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