Star journalist Fabrizio Romano’s “Here we go,” a phrase famously used only when a transfer is certain to go through, has become a de facto “preliminary official. It means that Kim Min-jae’s move to Bayern Munich is just a matter of putting the final stamp on it.
Romano, who specializes in the transfer market and contributes to the UK’s The Guardian, wrote on social media (SNS) Twitter on Monday (June 29), “It’s official. Bayern have reached all verbal agreements with Kim Min-jae. A five-year contract is ready. ‘Here we go. According to the club’s sources, Kim has accepted the terms offered by the club. The contract will run until 2028. The next step for Bayern is to pay the buyout.”
Kim Min-jae has made Asian soccer history over the past year. He played a key role in helping Italian giants Napoli win the Serie A title for the first time in 33 years and 메이저놀이터 was named best defender. The attention of all of Europe was focused on him. Moreover, he has a buyout clause that allows other clubs to sign him for a certain transfer fee, which is unusual for a Napoli player, making him the most likely candidate for a move.
Initially, English Premier League (EPL) clubs were approached, but more recently, German giants Bayern have been the favorites. According to Romano’s observation, the transfer talks took a turn for the worse on Monday and a verbal agreement was reached. Kim is undergoing basic military training, but his agent has been conducting the negotiations, indicating that the club and agent have reached a consensus on terms.
It’s not a done deal yet, but Napoli can’t say no, and if Bayern and Kim are in agreement, he’ll go to Bayern unless something happens. There are still steps to be taken, including a buyout payment and a medical. If Romano’s observations are correct and there are no surprises, Kim will start the new season at one of the most prestigious clubs in the world.