As British clubs showed interest in Kim Min-jae (27, SSC Napoli), it seems that Napoli started looking for a replacement.
On the 6th (Korean time), Italy’s ‘Football News 24’ reported that Napoli was looking for a replacement while Premier League clubs were warning about Kim Min-jae this summer.
Kim Min-jae joined Napoli in July last year. It was Kim Min-jae who had to fill the void left by Kalidou Koulibaly (32, Chelsea), one of the best defenders in the world, on the big league stage he was experiencing for the first time.
But worry for a while. Kim Min-jae was recognized for his skills with a steady appearance in every game. While changing the views of not only negative fans but also experts, he was evaluated as surpassing Coolibali.
Naples, which discovered Kim Min-jae, should be able to laugh, but it is not doing so. This is because of the buyout clause signed at the time of his joining. During the 15-day period from July 1 to 15, if a non-Italian club offers a buyout amount, it is possible to negotiate with Kim Min-jae.
The problem is that all the big clubs are running after Kim Min-jae’s performance. Local reports came one after another that Manchester United (Man United), Liverpool, Tottenham, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), etc. have already completed preparations to present the buyout amount.
According to the media, Napoli general manager Critiano Giuntoli is already looking for a replacement for Kim Min-jae. 카지노사이트 There is no guarantee that Kim Min-jae will continue to wear the Napoli uniform next season. He has a contract until June 2025, but it will be in vain if the buyout is triggered.
The buyout amount can vary from 45 million euros (about 64.7 billion won) to 70 million euros (about 100.7 billion won) depending on the opponent’s sales. Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and PSG are already familiar with it.
The media explained that Tiago Zalo (23, Lille), from Portugal, is a replacement for Min-jae Kim, whom Napoli is showing interest in. Zalo grew up at Sporting CP youth club, then went on to Sporting and AC Milan. The ransom for Zalo, whose contract expires in June 2024, is known to be 16 million euros (approximately 23 billion won).