‘Kim Min-jae’s successor with transfer fee of $46 billion’ Brazilian young centre-back Natan signs for mid-to-low price → grows & sells top players ‘Colossus’ Napoli system reactivated

Serie A champions Napoli pocketed around 450 million euros from the transfer fee difference alone for Kim Min-jae (27-Bayern Munich). 바카라사이트 According to European statistics site TransferMarkt, Napoli paid €18.05 million for the player from Fenerbahçe (Turkkiye) in the summer of 2022. As soon as he donned the Napoli shirt, Kim established himself as a first-choice centre-back. Alongside Rahmani (Napoli), he was a regular in the backline. Kim conquered the Italian scene, winning the Serie A best defender award in the 2022-2023 season. It was a remarkable achievement in a single season, and he helped Napoli win their first Scudetto in 33 years. In early July, Kim made the move to German giants Bayern Munich. The transfer fee paid by Munich to Napoli was reportedly €50 million. The difference in transfer fees between Napoli and Munich is €31.95 million, or about $46.2 billion in Korean won. Of course, Napoli would have made a huge profit of more than 40 billion won, even after deducting the salary, agent’s fee, etc. paid to Kim Min-jae for one season.

Napoli have recently found a replacement for Kim Min-jae. It’s a young Brazilian defender. His name is Nathan Bernardo de Souza, 22. He joins on a free transfer from Brazilian side Red Bull Bragançinho. Napoli reportedly considered a number of options after Kim’s departure before settling on Natan. Natan was born in 2001 and started as a left full-back in the Brazilian youth team of Ponte Preta. He then moved to centre-back and became a central defender at Flamengo at the age of 20. He signed for Bragançinho in 2021 and quickly developed into a highly-rated defender for the Brazilian national team.

According to Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, Napoli have agreed to pay £10 million for Nathan, plus a bonus. The bonus is likely to be an option based on his performance and future transfers. This is less than the transfer fee for Kim Min-jae.

According to experts, Natan is 1.85 metres tall and has skill, speed, and charisma. He”s the perfect successor to Kim Min-jae. What”s more, they say he”s ready to become a leader for Napoli and the Brazilian national team. However, he is new to the European scene and will have to adapt. He”ll need to continue training so that he can quickly adapt to the rhythm and culture of European football.

Napoli”s new coach, Rudi Garcia, a Frenchman, has taken notice of Natan”s progress. Natan will compete with existing centre-backs Rahmani, Östigor and Juan Jesus in the new season. Rahmani, who has been a regular alongside Kim Min-jae, is likely to take up one of the spots, so Natan will have to compete with Östigor and Jejus for a starting place.

Napoli are said to have been in contact with a number of players before deciding to sign Natan. Max Kilman (26, Wolverhampton), Kevin Dansaud (25, Reims) and Robin de Normand (27, Sociedad) were among those considered, but Kilman’s transfer fee was too high. Napoli didn’t want to pay it. Danso rejected Napoli’s offer. Normand didn’t want to move to Serie A.

The Daily Mail reported that it’s too early to evaluate Nathan right now. They said that Napoli’s strategy for signing players is clear. They look for mid-priced players who can develop into top players, like Kim Min-jae. AS Roma made a £7million bid for Natan a year ago, with a 20% plus option, but the deal fell through as they didn’t get a positive response. A year later, Napoli got the player they wanted.

Napoli are the ‘giants’ of Serie A. They are a club that is recognised as such. They are very good at buying players. Yet, they still manage to finish in the top half of the table every season. Along with Napoli, other big clubs in Europe include Ajax in the Netherlands, Porto and Benfica in Portugal.

These clubs are able to acquire players cheaply, improve their performance in a short period of time, and then resell them at a high price. As in the case of Kim Min-jae, the club’s scouting ability is crucial. They must be able to see a player’s potential for growth. They also need to be able to negotiate. And they need to be decisive enough to sell a player when they think his price has risen. Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has recently been praised for his business savvy.

According to Italian media outlets, Napoli’s success story in player sales includes the likes of Ighuain, Cavani, Kim Min-jae, Jorginho and Koulibaly. The club invested around 120 billion won to acquire these players and received a total of around 42 billion won from their sales. On average, they made more than three times the difference. Ighuain was sold to Juventus, Cavani to Paris Saint-Germain, Kim Min-jae to Munich, and Jorginho and Koulibaly to Chelsea.

Napoli have the resources to make big money in the future. These include strikers Osimhen and Hvitsa Kvartzhelia. Both are proven attacking options in Serie A and Europe. Osimhen has been linked with a move away from the club this summer, but he’s looking set to stay. Hvitsa is also on the list of big clubs. It will be interesting to see how the ‘successor to Kim Min-jae’ Natan develops. If Napoli are right, he will develop rapidly and become one of the best defenders in Europe.

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