KIM-Munich ‘Impossible’… Ballon d’Or CB agent “Munich is delaying the announcement to save money”

The reason why Bayern Munich is delaying the recruitment of Korean defender Kim Min-jae as much as possible has been revealed.안전놀이터

On the 15th (Korean time), Enrico Fedele, who was an agent for Italy’s legendary defender Fabio Cannavaro, explained the reason for the delay in Kim Min-jae’s transfer through the Italian media ‘Radio Marte’.

Europe’s best defender, Kim Min-jae, is considered an established fact that he will soon become the German Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich.

Munich, which wants to strengthen its defense this summer, promoted the signing of Kim Min-jae and has already completed an intervention agreement and a medical test. They showed that they were serious about recruiting Kim Min-jae by sending medical staff directly to Korea for a quick medical test.

Now, all that remains is for Munich to pay Napoli the amount of Kim Min-jae’s buyout, and to sign a contract with Kim Min-jae and announce the official joining.

The contract signed between Kim Min-jae and Napoli includes a buyout clause of 50 million euros (approximately 71.1 billion won). Buyout is the payment of a certain amount to invalidate the contract signed between the player and the club. If you pay 50 million euros, you will have the opportunity to recruit Kim Min-jae.

However, there are two conditions for triggering the buyout. The first condition can only be triggered by foreign clubs outside of Italy, and the second condition is that the buyout is valid from 1 to 15 July 2023.

The German club Munich can recruit Kim Min-jae by paying the buyout amount within July 15th while meeting the first condition, but has not yet announced the signing of Kim Min-jae even though the last day of the validity period in Korean time has passed.

Regarding this, some fans mentioned the possibility of Kim Min-jae dramatically remaining at Napoli after the time limit was finally exceeded while Munich had not yet invoked a buyout. claimed there was no

Fedele said, “Why is Kim Min-jae’s transfer to Bayern Munich delayed? This is a matter of Munich’s strategy to save money.”

He added, “The actual transfer fee for Kim Min-jae is 45 to 46 million euros (approximately 64.1 to 65.6 billion won), and if solidarity contributions are added, the final amount will be 48 million euros (approximately 68.4 billion won).”

The Solidarity Contribution is a rule established by FIFA (International Football Federation) to provide reasonable compensation to schools or clubs that have contributed to the growth and development of players between the ages of 12 and 23.

According to the rules, if a player transfers to another team within the contract period and a transfer fee is incurred, the club that recruits the player must pay part of the transfer fee to the school and club where the player attended from the age of 12 to 23.

Teams who played between the ages of 12 and 15 receive 0.25% of the transfer fee, and teams between the ages of 16 and 23 receive 0.5%, calculated based on the length of time the player played.

Therefore, Munich has to pay solidarity contributions to a total of 7 teams, including Gaya Elementary School, Namhae Haeseong Middle School, Yeoncho Middle School, Suwon Technical High School, Yonsei University, Gyeongju Korea Hydro Nuclear Power FC, and Jeonbuk Hyundai, where Kim Min-jae played until the age of 23.

In addition, there is a possibility of getting a loan from a bank as the buyout is huge, and as the timing of the loan is delayed as much as possible to delay the number and date of interest payments, opinions were raised that the transfer announcement was naturally delayed.

Finally, Fedele said, “Is there a possibility that Kim Min-jae will remain in Naples? No, it’s just that Munich is delaying the payment of the transfer fee.” .

As Fedele claims, if there are no problems with Min-jae Kim’s transfer to Munich, Germany and Italy are 7 hours behind Korea, so it is expected that Munich will announce the official announcement of Min-jae Kim’s recruitment within 7 a.m. on the 16th at the latest in Korea time.

Kim Min-jae served as the best defender in Europe last season and brought his team Napoli to the top of Italy’s Serie A, winning the league for the first time in 33 years. The Serie A Secretariat, which highly praised Kim Min-jae’s performance, selected Kim Min-jae as the league’s best defender.

Many European big clubs highly evaluated Kim Min-jae and showed interest in the transfer, but Munich was the most active in courting and put Kim Min-jae in the immediate vicinity.

It is known that the Kim Min-jae medical test and personal agreement have already been completed, and the only thing left is the buyout payment. Regarding the contents of the contract, it was found that he would receive 12 million euros (about 17 billion won) as an annual salary for a five-year contract valid until June 2028.

Meanwhile, even if the transfer to Munich is officially concluded, there is a possibility that Kim Min-jae will join the club in Japan, not Germany. Kim Min-jae is still in Korea, and Munich is scheduled to have friendly matches against Manchester City and Kawasaki Frontale on the 26th and 29th at Tokyo National Stadium, Japan, respectively.

Kim Min-jae had to take enough time off after the end of last season, but he did not enjoy his vacation properly as he entered the Nonsan Army Training Center and trained for three weeks. According to Sky Sports Germany, Munich also took this into account and planned to join Kim Min-jae in Japan after enjoying a vacation in Korea.

As the day to officially become a Munich player is just around the corner, attention is focusing on how Kim Min-jae will perform wearing a Munich uniform in the upcoming pre-season friendly match.

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