Bayern Munich shoot for ‘100 billion’ for Kim Min-jae transfer…pay ‘top-tier’ buyout!

(By Kim Hyun-ki) German giants Bayern Munich are reportedly preparing a 70 million euro (approximately $977 million) buyout for Kim Min-jae.

The amount of Kim’s buyout will 먹튀검증 reportedly depend on the revenue of the club that wants to take him. Bayern Munich is one of the top revenue generators in Europe, so it is likely to be much higher than the previously reported 50 million euros ($598 million).

On the 15th, Sky Sports Italia broke the news of Kim Min-jae’s possible move to Bayern Munich and even mentioned his buyout.

Kim Min-jae was initially expected to move to English giants Manchester United (Man Utd), but the situation changed when reports of a possible move to Munich emerged overnight. The Bavarians are looking for a center back in case one or both of their French international defenders, Luca Hernandez and Benjamin Pavard, want to return to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

Kim Min-jae is on Munich’s radar, and the two sides are reportedly speeding up negotiations. Transfer market pundit Fabrizio Romano also sees a move to Munich as more likely than a move to United.

Munich’s terms for Kim have also been revealed. “The buyout clause is set at 50 million euros for small and medium-sized clubs, but Bayern Munich is ready to pay 70 million euros,” Sky Sports Italia reported, adding, “The negotiations between Kim Min-jae and the German giants are very specific and could be agreed soon. Munich is ahead in the race to sign Kim.”

When Kim moved to Napoli from Turkkiye Fenerbahçe last summer, he set a buyout clause that would only allow non-Italian clubs to take him between July 1 and 15, 2023. The amount is reportedly a minimum of 50 million euros, which changes depending on the turnover of the buyout payment.

“The South Korean defender has proven himself to be a good fit for the lineage of his predecessor, Kalidou Koulibaly,” the outlet continued, “and of course, he has attracted interest from Manchester United. It will be interesting to see if an agreement can be reached with Munich, who are currently in the running for Kim Min-jae.”

The German media has already revealed Kim’s salary. Munich is reportedly willing to pay Kim 10 million euros, or about 14 billion won.

This is significantly more than the 10 million won per year that United are willing to offer. The Red Devils are also targeting French international defender Axel Disassi in case they miss out on Kim.

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