Manchester United are closing in to seal the signing of South Korean international, Kim Min-Jae, from Napoli.
As per a report covered by Il Mattino yesterday, Man Utd have already agreed a contract worth £150,000-a-week with the central defender.
The renowned Italian media outlet have mentioned that the Red Devils offered Victor Lindelof in an exchange deal to lure Min-Jae.
However, the Italian champions made it clear they are not interested in any swap offers and will only sell their prized asset if the price of 65 million euros (£56.5m) is met.
The good news for the Old Trafford faithful is that United are even ready to pay the asking fee of £56.5m to bring Kim to the club.
Under Erik ten Hag, Lindelof has been our third choice central defender behind Martinez and Varane.
However, he has put in solid performances since Martinez got injured. In the last seven league starts, he has helped Man Utd keep four clean sheets.
Overall, the Swedish international has only started 12 games in the Premier League and his current deal at the club will expire next year.
I’d prefer to keep him over Harry Maguire, who has only started 7 games in the league this term and has proved to be highly inconsistent.
We are set to qualify for the Champions League and need proven quality players like Kim Min-Jae to challenge the best teams in Europe’s premier competition.
In your view, should Man Utd agree a fee worth £56.5m to seal the signing?