Before Kim Min-jae joined Bayern Munich, the Bavarians lost Luca Hernandez to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).
“The club is pleased to announce the signing of Luca Hernandez, who has signed a five-year contract with PSG,” PSG announced on its website on Monday (July 9).
Hernandez spent four years in Munich. Hernandez joined the Bavarians in 2019 from Atletico Madrid and was a member of the winning FIFA World Cup in Russia in 2018. However, despite his stellar career, Hernandez was plagued by injuries last season. The Frenchman, who played for France at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, was a member of the winning team and has been a consistent performer for Munich, but in the 2022-23 season, he played just seven league games due to injury.메이저사이트
With his chances slipping away, PSG approached him, and according to French outlet L’Equipe, he is a favorite to join the club. The Bavarians are also looking to reorganize their squad after a boardroom shake-up at the end of last season, and Hernandez could be sold as part of that process.
Meanwhile, the Bavarians are looking to sell off their existing players in order to bring in new ones. In addition to Hernandez, the club is also looking to sell Benjamin Pavard. With the money from these sales, the Bavarians will be able to make big signings like Kim Min-Jae and Harry Kane.
Hernandez is headed to PSG. According to European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano, Hernandez’s transfer fee was €50 million and he signed a five-year contract. Hernandez will join PSG immediately and will be part of the team’s preseason tour in Japan at the end of July.
Meanwhile, Kim Min-jae is expected to fill the void left by Hernandez. “Kim Min-jae’s medical to become a Bayern Munich player was successfully completed this week,” Romano said on social media on Monday. Now it’s time to sign the documents. The contract runs until June 2028 and an official statement will be issued after the buyout clause has been paid.”