Newcastle United have set their sights on Kim Min-Jae as they look to bolster their defence.
Newcastle have been competitive in the English Premier League (EPL) this season. The Magpies improved after the arrival of Saudi Arabian capital and the appointment of Eddie Howe last season, but they immediately found themselves in the top half of the table. The squad was bolstered by some decent investment in the summer. The existing resources were also transformed under Howe, with the team performing incredibly well.토토사이트
After finishing in the final four and qualifying for the UEFA Champions League (UCL), Newcastle will be investing heavily again this summer. After strengthening the squad with competitive and promising additions, the Magpies want to perform in the EPL and UCL. Firstly, we want to build on our strengths. Newcastle’s greatest strength was in defence.
The Newcastle centre-back line of Sven Boatman and Fabian Schurrle was very solid. With solid support from midfielder Bruno Guimarães and Dan Byrne, who played mostly at left full-back, they were the EPL’s lowest conceding team. They conceded just 33 goals in 38 games. That’s tied with EPL champions Manchester City. A solid defence has helped Newcastle pick up the points.
The goal is to make the defence even more solid and build an ironclad defence. That’s why they want to sign Kim Min-jae. “Newcastle will compete with Manchester United for Kim Min-jae,” said the British ‘Sports Mall’ on the 30th (KST). Newcastle has been impressive in the 2022-23 season and will play in the UCL for the first time since 2003-04. As the lowest conceding team, Newcastle boast a strong backline but are looking to add to their squad to make it more competitive in the UCL.”
Kim developed into one of the best centre-backs in Europe with one of the best defensive performances at Napoli. In addition to his defensive prowess, he was also highly regarded for his progression and build-up play. He was praised for his revolutionary role in helping Napoli win the Serie A title for the first time in 33 years since the 1989-90 season.