Kim Min-jae, who rested for two weeks, is on standby for the Frankfurt match Normal team training

Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich), who has had enough rest over the past two weeks, is completing team training normally and preparing to play.

Bayern Munich will play the 14th round of the 2023-24 German Bundesliga against Frankfurt at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Germany at 11:30 pm (hereinafter Korean time) on the 9th.

Kim Min-jae, who quickly established himself as a starting player after moving to Bayern Munich this season, is scheduled to hit the field in about two weeks through the match against Frankfurt.

German media outlet Kicker said, “There is no problem with Kim Min-jae’s physical condition. “He is participating in all team training, so there is no problem at all for him to play against Frankfurt,” the report said.

Kim Min-jae took a break after playing in the away game against FC Cologne on the 25th of last month. Minjae Kim felt slight pain in his hip during the match against Cologne and missed the 5th match of the UEFA Champions League group stage against Copenhagen (Denmark) on November 30.

Regardless of the result of the Copenhagen game, Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel was considerate of Kim Min-jae, as he was confirmed to advance to the round of 16 by finishing first in the group. His plan was to prepare for any possible injury and manage his physical strength.

Kim Min-jae, who took a break from the Copenhagen game, got an unexpected two-week break as the Union Berlin game on the 2nd was canceled due to heavy snow.

Before taking his break, Kim Min-jae showed signs of exhaustion as he could not rest easily with his team and the national team. He made a crucial mistake and was criticized in Germany. In his difficult time, Kim Min-jae took two weeks of rest to recharge and provide a good foundation for him to demonstrate his skills.

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