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South Korean defender Kim Min-jae has finally joined one of Germany’s most prestigious clubs, Bayern Munich.After becoming the highest transfer fee for a Korean player in history, Kim has set his sights on winning the league, cup and Champions League.’K Monster’ Kim Min-jae has finally donned the jersey of German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.He was greeted by the club in a video that showed him undergoing medical tests in South Korea.”Hello, Bayern Munich fans. I’m Kim Min-jae.”Several South Korean players, including Cha Bum-geun and Son Heung-min, have played for German clubs, but it’s even more meaningful that Min-jae joined Munich as a key player.Kim’s shirt number is 3, the same number he wore when he won the Scudetto with Napoli in Italy after 33 years.His contract runs for five years until 2028, and casinositeking the transfer fee is reportedly around €50 million, or about $71.4 billion in our money.It’s the highest fee ever for a South Korean player, surpassing the 30 million euros Son Heung-min earned when he went to Tottenham.”I chose this club because it’s every footballer’s dream, to win the Champions League, to win all the cups, all the leagues, and to treble.”Kim didn’t forget to say goodbye to Napoli.”Wherever I go, I will always remember and support Napoli, thank you. Long live Napoli!”Munich is arguably one of Europe’s top clubs, having won the Bundesliga and cup competitions, as well as the Champions League six times.The club has produced legends such as Beckenbauer and Gerd Muller who have made their mark on world soccer history, and Klinsmann is one of them.Kim Min-jae is expected to make his Bayern Munich debut as early as the 24th of this month, accompanying the team on its Asian tour in Japan.

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