Bundesliga’s best goalkeeper Jan Sommer leaves Munich for Inter Milan after half a season.
On the 8th (Korean time), Inter Milan made it official through the club’s homepage, ‘Swiss-born Jan Sommer has permanently transferred from Bayern Munich to Inter Milan.’
Sommer is a legendary keeper who has kept Borussia Monchengladbach goal for nine seasons. Despite his short height of 183cm, he is a keeper with great reflexes and a sense of stability, and his save rate ranks high among goalkeepers around the world. He is also a fairly good keeper on his feet, involved in the build-up and leading the rear build-up.안전놀이터
When Bayern Munich’s Neuer Kiefer broke his foot while skiing on vacation last January and the season was out, Munich, in a hurry, scoured Sommer. He played as a main player in Munich and finished the season with a record of 25 matches, 31 goals and 8 clean sheets.
Ahead of the 2023/2024 season, there was news that Neuer would return soon, and Sommer was also old and knew that he could not work as number two because he was overshadowed by Neuer to be selected for the national team, so he pushed for a transfer.
When Inter Milan’s main goalkeeper Andre Onana moved to Manchester United, Milan’s number one spot was vacant, and Inter Milan negotiated with Munich for the spot.
Finally, as Inter Milan succeeded in recruiting, he signed a contract until 2026 with a transfer fee of 6 million euros (approximately 8.5 billion won).