Man United ‘ready to bring’ player to club ‘immediately’ via release clause – Ten Hag’s ‘great goal’ 

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Tuesday morning, Gazzetta dello Sport reported that while Kim Min-jae was playing for Napoli this year, Manchester United had already observed him in “detail.”

Additionally, it was mentioned that the Red Devils’ search for new owners might reduce their opportunity to hire the defender in the summer.

However, Corriere dello Sport, a different Italian newspaper, provides more information on Manchester United’s pursuit of the defender and presents it in a far more convincing manner.

The Serie A team’s success in winning the championship this year was greatly aided by the South Korean international. He has appeared in 33 league games, recording two goals and two assists.

Min-jae’s contract, which runs until 2027, has a release clause that, depending on the club that is interested, could be worth up to €50 million and only takes effect in the first two weeks of July.
Due to Erik ten Hag’s ‘great goal’ for the upcoming window, his excellent form has caught Manchester United’s attention.
The Premier League team is’ready to bring’ the 26-year-old to Old Trafford ‘immediately’, according to the report, by paying his clause.

Nothing in Corriere suggests that Min-jae is open to moving to England, especially in light of the fact that he recently won the Serie A championship with his current club. Instead, the publication only focuses on Manchester United’s intentions to sign the player.

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