While Italy’s Serie A Napoli was looking for players allowed to transfer this summer, Kim Min-jae was left out of the list.
According to ‘Napoli Magazine’ on the 9th, the Naples club is pursuing the championship in the 2022/23 season, but is also planning for the next season. At the end of this season, it is inevitable that some players will leave, so they are looking for alternatives.
A total of three players, according to the media, are certain to leave Napoli this summer: goalkeeper Alex Meret, right striker Irving Lozano and midfielder Piotr Cielinski.
The media said, “There are other players who can leave, but Napoli are looking for new players in consideration of their transfer.”
In particular, Napoli is pushing for the signing of Sassuolo’s Armand Loriente, who has served as the French Under-21 (U-21) national team, almost assuming that Rossano will go elsewhere. ‘Napoli Magazine’ claims that the signing of Loriente is more than an idea. 베팅룸 토토
However, attention is drawn to Napoli’s position that they cannot allow the transfer of players other than three.
In particular, Napoli announced that it would not be possible to transfer Hvica Kvarachhelia, and that it would consider negotiating with any team that would offer a transfer fee of 150 million euros (about 200 billion won) for Victor Osimen.
It is known that Kim Min-jae has a buyout of 50 million euros (about 70 billion won), but Napoli plans to hold on to it for at least one more year by continuing to push for a plan to remove or increase the buyout.
In the meantime, it is expected that Kim Min-jae’s future will continue to be unclear as only three of the main players, Meret, Lozano, and Cielinski, have decided to allow the transfer.