CEO’s special, Kim Min-jae to Bayern “announcement in a few days”, Romano also “Kim Min-jae is already a Bayern player”

The CEO pitch is out.

‘Monster’ Kim Min-jae’s move to Bayern Munich is in the balance. Bayern CEO Jan Christian Driessen met with reporters at the Rafael Guerrero-Conrad Reimer signing press conference and was asked about the still-unannounced signing of Kim Min-jae by local reporters. “He’s an exciting player and of course we want him to join our team,” Driessen said, “but we’re not ready to make an announcement yet. I think it will be in the next few days.” It’s rare to hear a high-ranking club official mention a player by name when he hasn’t been officially signed. In effect, it means a signing is imminent.

Fabrizio Romano, one of the top authorities in the European transfer market, also said on his social media account on the 18th (KST), “Despite the recent rumors, there is no problem with Kim Min-jae heading to Bayern,” adding, “Kim Min-jae underwent a medical on the 8th and Bayern triggered his buyout clause, so he is already a Bayern player. He continued, “There are no problems, just issues with the contract documents. The official will be out soon,” he concluded. 토토 가입머니

France’s Foot Mercato also reported, “Bayern’s signing of Kim Min-jae is imminent. After weeks of long negotiations, Kim Min-jae will be able to wear a Bayern shirt. An agreement was quickly reached, the buyout was agreed upon, and the final terms of the transfer were agreed upon. It’s now a ‘done deal’. ‘Napoli wanted to get a little bonus and a sell-on clause,’ said Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis, ‘and we wanted to get a little more than the buyout amount for Kim Min-jae. We got it. Now, Kim Min-jae’s move to Bayern is a done deal and an official announcement is expected this weekend. There are no obstacles to the transfer,” he added.

Kim will reportedly fly to Germany in the coming days.

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