‘Focus on Kim Min-jae transfer speculation’ Romano says “HERE WE GO”, then “signing with Munich in 10 days”

Kim Min-jae’s move to Bayern Munich appears to be a matter of time.

“Munich are ready to trigger the buyout and finalize all formalities to sign Kim within 10 days,” Fabrizio Romano, a transfer market expert working for the UK’s The Guardian, reported on July 2. “Kim Min-jae has agreed to a five-year contract with Munich,” he added.

On June 29, Romano added a “HERE WE GO” to his report, which was a shout-out when a transfer was on the verge of becoming a reality: “Munich have reached a verbal agreement with Kim Min-jae. Personal terms have been discussed and a five-year contract is being prepared. According to a Munich source, Kim Min-jae has accepted Munich’s offer. He will sign a contract until 2028.” 메이저놀이터

Romano has been following the signing of Kim Min-jae closely. On June 16, he broke the news of Kim’s departure to Munich. On June 16, he wrote that Munich had presented their project to Kim this week and that an agreement on personal terms was now imminent. The talks progressed quickly and the player was convinced by Munich. Manchester United’s interest in the player is still there, but it hasn’t materialized. The buyout clause will be triggered in July,” he said, sparking transfer speculation.

On June 17, he added: “Munich are close to an agreement with Kim Min-jae. We have had positive talks and it looks like we will sign him. The contract we are talking about is until 2028. Munich are talking to Kim about his future plans and will pay his buyout, which will be triggered in July. United have made no move.” 토토사이트주소

For the third day in a row, we covered Kim Min-jae. “It’s only a matter of time before Kim goes to Munich,” he said, adding, “Munich and Kim are in the final stages of finalizing his contract. The details will be finalized for five years. Kim hasn’t signed yet, but he’s ready to accept. The buyout will take effect on July 1. Unless another club offers him a higher salary next week, he will join Munich.”

The news of Kim’s imminent departure to Munich continued to spread. “I’m still optimistic,” he said after he entered training camp to resolve his military issues. It will be clearer when he comes out of the training center” and “Munich and Kim Min-jae’s side have had a conversation.”

Finally, he said, “HERE WE GO” and added an additional news. Once he’s out of training and the agreement is fully finalized, it’s likely that an official announcement will be made soon. For now, the Bavarians are close to parting ways with Luca Hernandez. If Lukács goes to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), there will be room for Kim Min-jae. There are already articles analyzing Kim in Germany.

On July 1, the German ‘Kicker’ wrote, “Kim Min-jae will join Munich after completing military training. Kim was the center of attention at Napoli and was a pillar of strength on the way to winning their first Scudetto (Italian Serie A title) since 1990,” said the article.

“Former coach Luciano Spalletti said, ‘Kim Min-jae is the best center back in the world right now. He does at least 20 amazing things in a game. When he kicks the ball and starts to break through, he is in the opponent’s penalty box area within five seconds,'” said Spalletti, introducing Kim Min-jae.

The media first mentioned Kim’s incredible adaptability. ‘Kicker’ said, “Kim didn’t need time to adapt. He quickly made us forget about Napoli icon Kalidou Koulibaly, who moved to Chelsea. He has always been considered a humble and popular player.”

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