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Bayern Munich are stepping up efforts to recruit new right-back Nordi Mukiele.월카지노

Fabrizio Romano, a reporter specializing in the transfer market, said on his SNS on the 14th (Korea time), “Munich plans to push for the transfer of Mukiele again within a few days as negotiations continue. More discussions will continue and it is up to PSG.”

Munich is focusing on strengthening two positions during the winter transfer market. The first is the center back and the second is the right back. Munich did not have a center back with any first-team experience other than Kim Min-jae, Matthijs de Ligt, and Dayo Upamecano. The right-back position required the backup of Nusair Mazraoui.

For now, he had a center back. Munich signed Eric Dier, who was an excess resource at Tottenham Hotspur, on loan. Dier is a player who shows remarkable deterioration in his skills, but he is capable of both center back and defensive midfielders.

Munich’s radar system caught Mukiele. Mukiele was a right-back whose main position was at right-back, but he was a utility player who could also play center back. He was a fullback, but he was in good physical condition, measuring 187 centimeters tall.

Mukiele made headlines after moving to RB Leipzig in July 2018. He led the club through its heyday, playing both as a central defender and right fullback. Mukiele advanced to the UEFA Champions League semifinals in the 2019/20 season while playing for Leipzig. He reached the top of DFB Pokal in the 2021/22 season. Mukiele has scored 10 goals and 11 assists in 146 official matches for Leipzig in his four years.

Mukiele transferred from Leipzig to PSG in July 2022. PSG invested 12 million euros (about 17.2 billion won) in Mukiele. Mukiele had three assists in 25 games last season, but his position has shrunk this season. He played in only 10 games in the 2023/24 season.

According to Romano, coach Thomas Tuchel has approved the signing of Mukiele, and Mukiele is also eager to go to Munich. Munich is seeking a loan that includes 25 million euros (about 36 billion won) in terms of a complete transfer.

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