During the past time, the Manchester team has been closely linked with the Korean midfielder, in the context of coach Ten Hag wanting to strengthen the defense.
Some reputable sources also confirmed that MU won the race for Kim Min-Jae, when he agreed to pay a release fee of more than 40 million pounds.
Arriving at Old Trafford, the 26-year-old accepted an offer of £9 million a year, equivalent to £175,000 a week.
However, according to the latest update from Sky Sports journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Bayern Munich is now also jumping into the competition for Kim Min-Jae.
The big man in the Bundesliga is ready to pay the release fee for Napoli and offer Kim a handsome salary.
Coach Thomas Tuchel liked the playing style of the Korean midfielder, so he wanted to bring him to the Allianz Arena to replace Lucas Hernandez.
Knowing the above news, many Red Devils fans immediately vented their anger on social networks, with disappointment about the MU transfer.
One person posted a tweet: “It’s a shame. MU pursued Kim Min-Jae for a long time but Bayern Munich will most likely take the upper hand.”
Another fan said: “I hate Bayern Munich! They are plotting to steal players.”
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