Latest Bayern Munich news: Kimmich, Kim Min-jae, Walker and more

Latest Bayern Munich news
19 June 2023 - 5:33 am

The reigning Bundesliga champion has had one of his busiest seasons on record, with a change of coach in the middle of the season and just before a crucial duel against Manchester City, and now he is looking to close a good transfer market to avoid repeat this episode next season. These are the latest news from Bayern Munich :

1. Bayern are close to winning the fight for Kim Min-jae

As Fabrizio Romano advances , the sale of Kim Min-jae is coming to an end and everything indicates that it will be Bayern Munich who will take over the center-back. At the moment there is nothing signed, but this week the transfer will be closed with a contract for 5 seasons and what seems to be a total of 60 million euros for the clause and about 10 million euros per season for the Korean.

2. In the absence of Harry Kane, Jonathan David is the chosen one

Bayern insisted a lot last season on getting Harry Kane, but the operation was not possible and now the German team is looking for a younger striker. The chosen one is Jonathan David , Lille striker who seeks to move to one of the great Europeans and that the French club sees his departure as good, since he has a market value of close to 50 million euros. The Canadian would come to be Bayern Munich’s starting offensive reference next season.

3. Lucas Hernández moves away from Bayern

It is a movement that has been talked about since January, but the possible signing of Lucas Hernández by PSG is beginning to be a reality. Although Bayern is happy with the player, the reality is that his contract ends next summer and if they want to recover part of the 80 million euros invested in him, it is time to let him out. The German club has already set a price of 50 million euros for the player and if an offer for that amount arrives, he will leave.

4. “Joshua Kimmich is a cornerstone for us”

FC Barcelona has been in a relationship with Kimmich for several months and it seems that Xavi’s words have not gone down well in Germany. Herbert Hainer, president of Bayern Munich, commented on Sky Sport that “I don’t understand why you openly and offensively ‘flirt’ with our player. Joshua Kimmich is an absolute cornerstone for us . ”

5. Tuchel is not satisfied with his defense

Thomas Tuchel is facing his first transfer market as Bayern Munich coach and what we have learned from the news that has been coming out is that he is not satisfied with his defensive line. Apart from having almost finalized the signing of Kim Min-jae, Bayern are now looking for a way to sign Kyle Walker to strengthen the right-back after Cancelo’s loan was unsuccessful. The English winger ends his contract next summer and could leave this year to leave some money at Manchester City .