Kim Min-Jae passes medical examination in Bavaria, ready to official start working at Bayern Munich

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, midfielder Kim Min-jae has completed his medical at Bayern Man Utdnich and is just one step away from becoming a player for the German team.

Kim Min-jae passes medical examination in Bayern Munich

After reaching an agreement to recruit Kim Min-jae from Napoli, Bayern Munich conducted a medical examination with the Korean midfielder. According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, the player born in 1996 has passed the mandatory medical examination: “Kim Min-jae has completed medical tests as a Bayern player. Personal agreement with Kim is done. The next step is a release clause of 50 million euros that needs to be activated, after that there will be an official announcement.”

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In the coming days, Kim Min-jae will complete the final procedures before officially debuting Bayern Munich. It is expected that the Bavarian Gray Lobster will announce this deal in the next few days.

Bayern Munich Set To Officially Announce Signing Of Kim Min-jae

To get the service of Kim Min-jae, Bayern Munich must spend 50 million euros. This is the contract release amount between the Korean player and Napoli. For his part, after undergoing a medical examination, Kim Min-jae will sign a contract with Bayern until 2028 and receive a total of 17 million euros per year at the new club.

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Last season marked a great step in Kim Min-jae’s career. He showed a stable performance, helping Napoli win the Serie A 2022/23 championship. Thanks to that, Kim Min-jae caught the eye of many big teams.

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Man Utd seemed to have succeeded in owning Kim Min-jae, but Bayern won. Thus, Kim Min-jae replaced Lucas Hernandez, the French player who had just left Bayern to join PSG.

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