‘Missed Man City’ Kim Min-jae takes entire Asia tour off…”I can’t train properly, debut early”

‘Missed Man City’ Kim Min-jae takes entire Asia tour off…”I can’t train properly, debut early”

After being ruled out of the Manchester City game, could Kim Min-jae make his Bayern Munich debut during the rest of the club’s Asia tour?

The Bavarians will play City in a preseason friendly at Tokyo National Stadium on Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. The matchup between “monster defender” Kim Min-jae, who joined the Bavarians this summer, and City’s “monster striker” Elling Holland was highly anticipated, but the matchup was canceled due to Kim’s expected absence.

Munich coach Thomas Tuchel said in a press conference after arriving in Tokyo, Japan, on Aug. 25 (KST) that Kim will not be available for the game against City.

When asked about the newcomers, Tuchel said, “We are happy with the new players. The new players have made a good impression, but unfortunately Rafael Guerreiro is injured. We all know what kind of player Konrad Reimer is,” he said, first mentioning the other players.

“He hasn’t been able to train with us much yet. I’m sure he will help us. Tomorrow’s game is still early, so he probably won’t play,” he said, confirming that Kim will be on the bench against City.

Despite Kim’s absence, Tuchel did not hide his delight at signing Kim: “His development has already spoken for itself, he has stepped up at every club. We tried our best to convince him to come to Munich, and I’m glad he chose us. We hope he will settle in quickly and continue to develop with us,” Tuchel said, referring once again to Kim Min-jae’s arrival in Munich.

Despite Tuchel’s announcement that Kim will not be playing, the Bavarians’ official website and social media accounts continue to feature images of Kim on tour in Asia.

On the 23rd, Munich released the list of players on the Asia Tour roster on its official website, and Kim’s face was the only one in the main photo, proving that he was one of the key players on the Asia Tour. 메이저사이트

Munich also released a noir-inspired poster for the upcoming Japan tour. The poster features Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich, and Serge Gnabry in suits, with Kim once again making his presence felt. He was also featured in videos and photos of the team as they traveled to catch their flight to Japan.

In a video posted by Munich’s official social media accounts of the team getting off the plane after arriving in Japan, he was one of the first to be seen, and in a photo of the team meeting fans in front of the hotel where they would be staying in Tokyo, his surprised expression was visible.

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