Kim Min-Jae (28, Munich) could be on the verge of leaving Bayern Munich.

The New York Times and other foreign media reported on Monday that “Munich is willing to sell Mathias De Ligt to Manchester United this summer. Der Licht may not be in Munich at the start of next season,” the New York Times reported.

The outlet added: “Munich are close to signing Leverkusen center back Jonathan Tah. The Bavarians are planning to replace De Ligt with Tah. The 24-year-old Dutch defender has been one of Munich’s most consistent defenders despite a number of injuries.”

If Der Licht leaves, Kim Min-Jae is likely to take over as Munich’s starting center back next season. “It seems odd that Munich would sell Der Licht instead of Upamecano or Kim Min-jae,” 고스톱사이트 Forbes said. Both Upamecano and Kim didn’t have much chemistry last season,” Forbes said.

Forbes devalued Kim Min-jae. “Both Upamecano and Kim Min-jae are wasted assets. Upamecano, in particular, is untransferable. There are teams in Italy that would like to buy him, but the 50 million euros that Munich submitted for him last season is hard to come by.”

Eric Dier will also stay at Munich. “Dier was a steady center back for Munich last season,” says Forbes. Dier is unlikely to be sold because he is close to Munich star Harry Kane.”

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