Player will do military service and sign for Man United – Very close

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The destiny of Kim Min-Jae, who is almost certain to join Manchester United, is the subject of yet another article today.

The South Korean international, who has never been this close to joining the Red Devils, is reportedly getting ready to quit Napoli, according to Il Mattino.

When the current season is done, Kim will depart Italy and head back to his own country, according to an Italian news source.

The 26-year-old defender will reportedly serve in the military for a brief term in Korea, but he won’t return to Naples.

The former Fenerbahce centre defender will instead make a direct trip to England to begin a fresh journey in the Premier League.

According to sources, Min-Jae’s contract contains a 60 million euro buyout option that Manchester United is prepared to exercise and has already provided enticing offers to close the transaction.

In accordance with Calcio Napoli 1926, Kim must finish the compulsory military duty in the months of June and July.

To replace a classic like Kalidou Koulibaly, the World Cup 2022 standout joined the Diego Maradona team. He was just crowned the best defender in the Italian league (2022–23).

In the previous Premier League season, Man Utd only allowed 43 goals to be scored against them, but they had a dismal road record, particularly when playing elite competition.

Recall that only Liverpool and City (Anfield and Etihad) scored 13 goals total against Ten Hag’s team.

To bolster the Dutchman’s backline this summer, a defensive leader like Kim Min-Jae is unquestionably required.

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