Bayern Munich, a prestigious Bundesliga player, also began to keep an eye on Kim Min-jae (SSC Napoli).
Italian media ‘Area Napoli’ reported on the 12th (Korean time), “Bayern Munich will evaluate the profile of Kim Min-jae, who has performed tremendously in Serie A and UEFA (European Football Federation) Champions League.”
Although the transfer market in the summer of 2023 has not yet been opened, interest in Kim Min-jae is getting hotter day by day. One of the best defenders in Europe, Kim Min-jae is currently receiving love calls from big clubs in Europe.
Kim Min-jae is regarded as a key player in Napoli’s defense, winning Serie A for the first time in 33 years and advancing to the quarterfinals of the Champions League for the club’s first time.
In addition, as it was revealed that there is a buyout clause ranging from a minimum of 50 million euros (approximately 72.6 billion won) to a maximum of 70 million euros (approximately 101.6 billion won) in Kim Min-jae’s contract, big clubs including Manchester United, the prestigious Premier League, are salivating.
While passionate interest in Kim Min-jae continues, Munich, a prestigious Bundesliga, also drew attention while considering participating in the race to recruit Kim Min-jae.
The media said, “The prospect that defender Benjamin Pavard may leave at the end of this season made the Munich leadership observe Napoli’s number 3 Kim Min-jae, who is highly regarded for his speed, stamina and aerial ability.”
France national team defender and 2018 World Cup champion in Russia Pavard signed a five-year contract with Munich in the summer of 2019. Capable of playing both centre-back and right-back, Pavard has been a multiplayer player for Munich over the past four years.
Pavar, whose contract expires in June 2024 and has only one year remaining, is said to be considering a transfer as he wants to play more games in his preferred center back position.
The media said, “Man Utd have been eyeing Kim Min-jae for a long time now, but Germany is an ideal stage for Asian footballers, and some of them have also done well in England.”
“That’s why Kim Min-jae’s aides do not leave it to chance and still believe that he can grow,” he added.
“Both the Premier League and the Bundesliga will be welcome destinations, but so far Min-jae Kim is not closing the door to anyone,” he said. I know,” he said.안전놀이터
In the past, many Asian players, including Korean players, advanced to Germany and played an active role, and many Asian players are still playing in the Bundesliga.
Korean football legend Cha Bum-kun, Son Heung-min, Cha Doo-ri, Koo Ja-cheol, and Ji Dong-won have increased their reputation in the Bundesliga, and Lee Jae-seong (Mainz) and Jung Woo-young (Freiburg) are currently active players.
Attention is focusing on whether Kim Min-jae will debut as another ‘Korean Bundesliger’ at the world-famous club Munich.