‘Achieved everything’ – Man Utd prepared to agree £5.2million a year deal for signing – Report

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If reports in the Italian media are to be believed, it will be massive surprise if Kim Min-Jae does not end up signing for Manchester United.

Earlier in the day, we covered a story (via Corriere dello Sport) stating that the Korean international is set to seal his move to Old Trafford next month.

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Another source in the form of Corriere del Mezzogiorno (press image below) have also covered a report on the transfer saga today.

Kim landed in Korea and made a statement about his time in Napoli as if to suggest his business in Italy is complete. The 26-year-old stated:

“This season has been so intense, but I think I have achieved my goal and achieved everything I set out to do!”

Corriere del Mezzogiorno report the Red Devils are ready to tipple the wages to sign the World Cup 2022 central defender.

Kim Min-Jae takes home around 2 million euros per year (CN24), so, Man Utd are prepared to agree a deal worth £5.2m-a-year (6 million euros per year) to bring him to Old Trafford.

As far as the fee is concerned, the Italian source report something that has been reported for a while i.e. Ten Hag’s team is ready to pay the 60 million euros release clause to the Serie A champions.

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