Man Utd told ‘sensational’ Serie A defender will cost 100m despite reported 43m release clause
Man Utd have been told that Napoli defender Kim Min-jae will now cost clubs 100m despite him having a 43m release clause in his contract.
Min-jae has risen to prominence over the past year as he was previously plying his trade in South Korea and China.
He moved to Europe before the 2021/22 campaign as Turkish side Fenerbache signed him from Beijing Guoan.
The 26-year-old took no time to adapt to life at Fenerbache as he was named in the Super Lig Team of the Season last term.
Napoli splashed out around 15m to sign Min-jae in the summer as he was identified as a replacement for Kalidou Koulibaly, who joined Chelsea.
The Serie A outfit did some brilliant business in the summer as they also brought inKhvicha Kvaratskhelia andFrank Anguissa in inexpensive deals.
Napoli are on track to produce something special this season as they are top of Serie A. They also finished ahead of Liverpool in the group stages of the Champions League and they are being backed as a surprise package in the competition.
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