According to the Italian magazine Il Mattino, Napoli defender Kim Min-jae will bid his team farewell before moving on to Manchester United in the summer.

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South Korean and Napoli center-back Kim Min-jae is a ball-player

The South Korean star Kim Min-jae , who joined the Serie A team from Fenerbahce last summer, has had an outstanding first season.

With 16 clean sheets from 35 matches in the top division, Min-jae has played a key role in their title win.

The Napoli fans now adore him dearly, but Il Mattino reports that after the season’s last game, his “farewell is confirmed.”

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Although Min-jae will be absent from this weekend’s league game due to his suspension, he is anticipated to be present at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.

Il Mattino adds, Manchester United have expressed the ‘greatest interest’ in acquiring him, and they ought to be the 26-year-old star’s next stop.

His €60 million release clause will be activated by the Red Devils from July 1 to July 15.

Kim Min-jae is getting closer to joining Manchester United. Il Mattino has often stated that Min-jae will move to Old Trafford. They may have inside insights into his situation.

In his first season in Italian football, Min-jae has excelled. With his outstanding defensive attributes, in our opinion, he would be a fantastic addition for United.

The South Korean center-back is a ball-player. This season, he has averaged 73 passes per league game with a noteworthy accuracy of 91%.

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He also wins 1.6 tackles, 4.6 duels, and makes 3.5 clearances per game.

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Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez would be ideal competitors for Min-jae. Given the former’s injury history, he could challenge for the starting position.

Based on developments in the Italian media, he would be a bargain deal due to his buy-out clause, and Manchester United appear to be the clear favourite to sign him at the moment.

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